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Vietnam probes 'missing jet debris'
Vietnamese planes spot possible debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines jet - nearly two days after it disappeared with 239 people on board.
Ukraine gripped by rival rallies
Tens of thousands of people across Ukraine hold rival pro-unity and pro-Russian rallies, as Moscow continues to strengthen its grip on Crimea.
Russia has miscalculated, says Hague
Russia has made a "big miscalculation" in entering Crimea and could face "far-reaching" economic sanctions, Foreign Secretary William Hague says.
Manchester City crash out of FA Cup
FA Cup holders Wigan Athletic shock Man City for the second time in consecutive seasons to set up a semi-final with Arsenal.
Don't go backwards on EU, says Clegg
Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg pledges to take on "stuffy parochialism", as he makes the case for membership of the EU in his conference speech.
Blood test 'finds Alzheimer's early'
A blood test can accurately predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease, according to US researchers.
Iran sees nuclear deal 'in months'
Iran's foreign minister tells the visiting EU foreign policy chief a nuclear deal could come in months but Catherine Ashton stresses there is no guarantee.
Dozens killed in Iraq suicide blast
A suspected suicide bomber in Iraq kills at least 32 people at a security checkpoint in the mainly Shia city of Hilla, south of Baghdad.
Judge 'backed paedophile campaign'
High Court judge Lord Justice Fulford campaigned to support a paedophile group that tried to legalise sex with children, a newspaper claims.
Widow to sue over pothole death
The widow of a charity cyclist who was killed when his bike hit a pothole says she will sue a council over his death.
Spain opera director Mortier dies
Gerard Mortier, who spearheaded an operatic production of Brokeback Mountain at Madrid's Teatro Royal, dies aged 70.
Law and order breaks down ahead of Crimea vote
Law and order breaks down in Crimea as it prepares for its secession referendum, the BBC's Mark Lowen reports.
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.
England keep title hopes alive
England beat Wales 29-18 at Twickenham to win a first Triple Crown in 11 years, ensuring they remain in contention for the Six Nations title.
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