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Missing jet 'deliberately diverted'
A satellite tracked Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 for some seven hours after its systems were deliberately disabled, PM Najib Razak says.
Deadly clash as Ukraine crisis grows
Two people die in clashes between pro-Ukrainian and pro-Russian activists in eastern Ukraine, as tensions rise ahead of Crimea's secession vote.
British winner of £108m Euromillions
A British ticket-holder wins a £107.9m Euromillions jackpot - the UK's fourth biggest ever - and will be richer than George Michael and Robbie Williams.
Councils urge lone person tax change
Wealthy people living alone in large homes should lose their council tax discount to fund more help for poorer families, local authorities say.
Anelka sacked for 'gross misconduct'
West Brom are sacking Nicolas Anelka for gross misconduct after he announced on social media he was quitting the club.
NI bomb narrowly misses family
A family of five were caught up in a blast bomb attack on a police patrol on the Falls Road in west Belfast on Friday night.
Six soldiers shot dead in Cairo
Six Egyptian soldiers are shot dead at a checkpoint in the Cairo suburb of Shubra al-Khaymah, state media report.
Murder inquiry as man found in flat
Police launch a murder inquiry following the discovery of a man's body at a flat in north Belfast.
Benn tributes and 'jet on island' in papers
Tributes to the late Labour MP Tony Benn feature in Saturday's papers, while new theories are raised about the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
Gove slams number of PM's Etonians
The number of former Eton pupils in Prime Minister David Cameron's inner circle is "ridiculous", Education Secretary Michael Gove says.
Man dies after 'disturbance' in house
A man in his late 20s has died following a disturbance in a house in the north east of Glasgow, police have said.
Plea for rare group blood donors
People with blood groups O and B negative are being asked to donate blood, as stocks for both types hit their lowest levels in four years.
Breastfeeding mum's backers to protest
More than 1,000 people are expected to attend a breastfeeding protest organised by a Staffordshire mother who was labelled a "tramp" for feeding her baby in public.
Missing Malaysia plane
How do you track a plane?
As the mystery surrounding a missing Malaysian airliner deepens, we look at the methods used for tracking aircraft.
What we know about flight MH370
Mystery shrouds the fate of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which has disappeared with 239 passengers and crew en route to Beijing.
10 mysterious aviation disasters
The disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines flight is baffling, but it is not the first plane to vanish without trace.
Features & Analysis
Town on edge
Crimea prepares for the referendum
'You're too smart,' and other jibes about being unmarried
The generation that's a slave to its phone charger
The entrepreneur gives his top 10 tips for success
Does Birmingham remain an "Irish city"?
What it's like to miss the smell of cake, babies and Christmas
How a small town became famous for its predators
Is Singapore really the world's gloomiest place to live?
Defiant in Damascus
Syria activists undeterred by death and disillusionment