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Northampton suffer a second Premiership defeat of the season at a resurgent Sale Sharks and lose top spot in the table.
US first lady Michelle Obama has told an audience at Peking University that freedom of speech and unpoliced access to the internet are vital rights.
Scottish Labour leader Johann Lamont criticises the SNP's independence drive as "dishonest, deceptive and disgraceful”.
A replica of the shed used by poet Dylan Thomas is touring the UK as part of a festival celebrating the 100th anniversary of his birth.
Chelsea enjoy their biggest win against Arsenal on Arsene Wenger's 1,000th game in charge of the Gunners.
Villagers who have complained about sewage being on roads weeks after flooding are told it will be cleaned up.
China is investigating a new image of debris in the southern Indian Ocean, potentially from missing flight MH370, Malaysian officials say.
A search of a lake in the Republic of Ireland for an NI angler, missing after a boat sank, ends for the day.
Chinese President Xi Jinping lands in the Netherlands with a 200-strong business delegation for his first trip to Europe as leader.
Scientists cast doubt on a major part of the case for the Moon having once held abundant water.
The US says it has returned the rogue tanker Morning Glory - filled with oil at a rebel-held port - to Libya after a Navy Seals operation.
Why Twitter tussle is not the only battle Turkish PM is fighting
Craig Bryson scores a hat-trick as Derby secure their biggest win over neighbours Nottingham Forest since 1898.
Annual Mini day at Brooklands Museum
The Alliance Party's Anna Lo defends comments in a newspaper interview in which she declared her preference for a united Ireland.
Sri Lanka beat South Africa by five runs in their Super 10 Group One match at the World Twenty20 in Chittagong.
A woman is arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after a cyclist dies in a collision in Kent.
One of two reactors at Dungeness B nuclear power station in Kent has been shut down for maintenance.
Labour will "deliver a majority" at the 2015 general election and talk of a coalition with the Lib Dems is "nonsense", Douglas Alexander says.
A campaign group aiming to reopen a rail link between Aberystwyth and Carmarthen is to press the Welsh government to conduct a feasibility study.