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Relatives of Chinese passengers from the missing Malaysian plane demand apologies over "misleading statements" after travelling to Kuala Lumpur.
Italian police arrest two men who were allegedly trying to deposit trillions of euros in fake bonds in the Vatican bank.
Live coverage of the Women's World Cup Qualifier between England and Montenegro from the AMEX Stadium in Brighton.
Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch reveals his new-found love for Formula 1 to BBC Sport's Suzi Perry and David Coulthard at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Chadian troops have killed eight people in the Central African Republic capital Bangui, after reportedly being attacked by a Christian militia.
Ahmed Shehzad's unbeaten century helps Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 50 runs and eliminate Australia from the World Twenty20.
A man is arrested after another man was seriously injured and five people needed hospital treatment following a fire at a pub in Gwynedd.
The Defence Secretary has described criticism of cuts to the British military as "nonsense" after General Sir Richard Shirreff warned that the armed forces had been left "hollowed out".
Hearts maintain Scottish Premiership safety for one more game at least after beating Hibs at Tynecastle.
Motorists should be banned from parking on pavements to protect blind and vulnerable pedestrians, a charity argues.
Two young Army cadets ran to the scene of a fatal plane crash in Essex to try and help the victims, the man who dialled 999 said.
Energy and Climate Change Minister, Ed Davey, has insisted the government has a strategy that will "keep the lights on" despite concern over a lack of investment and spare capacity.
Teams and spectators fell silent ahead of the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday as a mark of respect to the 239 people on board missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey says the UK is not facing blackouts, despite concern about a lack of investment in new power stations.
High-profile coaches are choosing the lucrative Indian Premier League over the chance to lead England, says Jonathan Agnew
A priest who was acquitted in 2012 of sexual assault charges has resigned from ministry in the Diocese of Derry, just two weeks after resuming his duties.
Chemmy Alcott wins her final Super G title before retirement as she triumphs at the British National Championships.
Comedian Jason Manford surprised fans in Lincoln when he bought a round of drinks to apologise for being late to a show.
Lewis Hamilton praises his Mercedes team for producing a "spectacular" car after his dominant Malaysian GP victory.
The Sunday Politics examines the state of the BNP and Andrew Neil interviews its spokesman Simon Darby.