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Asian states search for missing jet
Asian nations join forces to search the South China Sea for a Malaysia Airlines jet carrying 239 people
Ukraine crisis 'artificial' - Lavrov
Russia's foreign minister says the crisis in Ukraine was "created artificially for purely geopolitical reasons" as tension over Crimea continues.
Arsenal reach FA Cup semi-finals
Substitute Olivier Giroud scores two late goals as Arsenal beat Everton to become the first team into the semi-finals of the FA Cup.
Miliband in Afghan visit to troops
Labour leader Ed Miliband says he would support British military intervention in future conflicts if it was "in the national interest".
Man arrested after explosives found
Up to 50 homes are evacuated and a man is arrested after explosives are found at a house in South Yorkshire.
Lib Dems push for income tax cuts
Raising the income tax allowance to £12,500 will be a Lib Dem demand in any future coalition talks, the party says.
Lawrence brother wants inquiry role
The brother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence says he wants to take part in the probe into police records after a report showed officers spied on his family.
Boy had stun gun disguised as iPhone
A stun gun disguised as a mobile phone and a knife is seized from a 14-year-old boy by police in Manchester.
Mother arrested as baby 'critical'
A baby is in a critical condition in hospital after an incident in east Belfast on Friday.
Clare's Law introduced against abuse
A scheme to let people find out from police if their partner has a history of domestic violence, known as Clare's Law, is introduced in England and Wales.
Cliffs collapse prompts warning
Visitors to Birling Gap in East Sussex are warned to stay away from the cliff edge after a series of chalk falls during the week.
Russian Crimea move fails legal test
Russia's intervention in Crimea violates international law, says legal expert Prof Marc Weller of Cambridge University.
Divided loyalties over Crimea switch
The BBC's Mark Lowen looks at divided loyalties and generational splits in Crimea, as the region's leaders rush to join Russia.
Ukrainian and Russian views on Crimea
Views on the latest political developments in Crimea from Ukrainians and Russians.
Features & Analysis
Charting new course
Lyse Doucet in Tehran assesses Baroness Ashton's first visit there
On International Women's Day, the best place to be a woman
Fast and loose?
Five historical errors in the new 300 film
Six Nations views
'On form, you have to favour England to beat Wales'
Top 10 tips
Writers, designers and actors on the secrets of success
The hazards of being single, divorced or widowed in India
Inside the mind of the Scandi-drama detective
Beware of certainties
Andrew Harding on twists and turns ahead in Pistorius trial
Back on track
How the InterRail timetable was born again