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Zlatan Ibrahimovic comes off the bench to score the winner as Manchester United are made to work hard to beat Blackburn in the FA Cup fifth round.
Joe Burgess scores a hat-trick of tries as Wigan beat Cronulla Sharks to win a record fourth World Club Challenge.
Russian gold medal winners at the biathlon world championship in Austria had to sing the correct version of their anthem.
The UN warns about the safety of up to 650,000 civilians in the IS stronghold.
Labour MP Caroline Flint describes the "secrecy and shame" of having an alcoholic parent.
Former boxing champion Spencer Oliver describes the attack on friend and former boxer Michael Watson.
The sister of the young man who was allegedly sexually assaulted by French police, calls for justice in a BBC interview.
Thousands of men wearing just loincloths gathered at the Saidaiji Kannon-in Temple, Okayama, Japan for an annual festival.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville is embedded with Iraqi troops as they intensify their offensive in Mosul.
As our arts centres and museums suffer funding cuts, several are seeking innovative ways to increase their income and footfall. But can quirky fundraisers keep our tourist attractions afloat?
The actor's role in Don Juan in Soho will see him play 'an anti-hero', says writer and director Patrick Marber.
The Kensington Palace exhibition will bring together clothing from throughout Princess Diana's life.
The event, unusual for a sitting president, echoes those held during Mr Trump's successful campaign.
Kurdish mourners gather at Heathrow Airport to pay tribute to Briton Ryan Lock, who died fighting so-called Islamic State in Syria.
The US president invited a supporter on to the stage at his rally in Florida.
The man who dresses up as his ancestors and other stories you may have missed in the past seven days.
Facebook last week doubled its bereavement leave allowance for its staff. Employees can now take up to 20 days off on full pay. Is it enough?
The history of black women working for Nasa goes back much further than the 1960s - the period of the film Hidden Figures - and their struggles continued afterwards.
The 3ft violinist who chose music over life-changing surgery.
Claims Moscow planned a coup in Montenegro and fears EU nationals could be caught in a legal no man's land after Brexit make the front pages.