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"Charming", "stubborn" and "ruthless". Managers from Arsene Wenger's first season in England discuss his 1,000-game reign at Arsenal
A flashmob has taken place in New York's Times Square to raise awareness about the conflict in Syria and the situation at the Yarmouk refugee camp
As Russia consolidates its control over Crimea, and sanctions intensify, BBC News takes a look at the events that took place in Kiev exactly one month ago.
Many papers are still digesting the effects of Wednesday's Budget, while the Sun gets its guest editor, the comedian James Corden, to interview the prime minister.
Veteran Indian politician LK Advani agrees to contest the upcoming general election from the western state of Gujarat after initially rejecting the seat assigned by his party.
A hospital in Leeds admits failings in the medical care given to a pregnant woman and poor communication resulted in her daughter being delivered stillborn.
Microsoft is caught up in a privacy storm after the technology firm admits it read the Hotmail inbox of a blogger while pursuing a software leak investigation.
Twitter users in Turkey report that the social media site has been blocked in the country.
Bankrupt Japanese firm MtGox says it has found 200,000 lost bitcoins worth millions of dollars in a digital wallet from 2011 that it no longer uses.
Wildlife spring rituals captured on camera across the UK.
Kylie Minogue on her pop career and Tom Jones's dance moves
Television adverts for unhealthy food aimed at children should be banned until after 21:00, says the Children's Food Campaign group.
Women who produce fewer eggs during IVF treatment are more likely to miscarry, research suggests.
A soldier who was shot in the neck and continued his duties during an ambush in Afghanistan is among those recognised in the latest military honours.
The story behind a three-word slogan that shocked the world
Political philosopher Edmund Burke shaped the UK politics of today, says his biographer who is a Conservative MP.
Police have released new CCTV images of a man showing him at a bus stop the day before his naked body was found washed up on a Cornish beach.
The UK needs a "bigger footprint" in Mali and other Saharan countries to fight extremism, a committee of MPs says.
What garden species do Britons no longer need to report?
Why I decided to move my family to Los Angeles