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How two key former Barcelona men are plotting their old club's downfall for Manchester City
Eight people, including three diplomats, are facing charges in Greece in connection with an alleged fraud involving an anti-landmine charity.
Prime Minister David Cameron announces a £10m fund to help small and medium-sized businesses recover from damage caused by flooding.
Peers should turn down "all but the most insignificant or incidental" hospitality or gifts from lobbyists, a parliamentary committee recommends following recent scandals.
An ice cream parlour is swamped with more than 300 job applications for two minimum wage posts which normally attract just 30 applicants.
A river is turned orange by iron deposits being washed out from a disused mine by rising water levels.
University lecturers threaten a marking boycott that would disrupt final exams and stop coursework assessment, in an escalation of action over pay.
The government urges the insurance industry to deal with flood-related claims as quickly as possible, as more rain hits ground already saturated with water.
A woman in South Carolina was arrested and jailed overnight over a nine-year overdue rental video of a rom-com starring Jennifer Lopez and Jane Fonda.
A UK police officer gives evidence in Kenya in the trial of a British man accused of possessing explosive materials and intent to cause explosions.
Five of the seven Japanese divers missing off the Indonesian island of Bali since Friday have been found alive, officials say.
Six flood warnings remain in place on the River Severn in Shropshire.
Manuel Pellegrini believes his Manchester City side have overtaken Manchester United as the dominant team in the city.
Violin virtuoso Vanessa-Mae will make her Olympic debut in the women's giant slalom event in Sochi on Tuesday.
Ten illegal gold miners trapped underground in South Africa are arrested by hidden police after emerging from the mine.
A massive snow storm that has dumped a metre and a half of snow in some areas of the country has left areas cut off and hundreds of cars and trucks stranded.
Wales' Jonathan Davies is unfit to face France in the Six Nations and Ashley Beck pulls out, but Luke Charteris is fit.
A group calling itself the IRA has said it sent suspected explosive devices to army recruitment offices last week.
A Flood Hack event in east London makes use of newly available data from the Environment Agency to help with relief efforts.