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Phil Jones scores the winner to ease the pressure on manager David Moyes as Manchester United beat Shakhtar Donetsk.
US Secretary of State John Kerry defends the six-month nuclear deal with Iran before a sceptical panel of congressmen.
The first same-sex weddings in England and Wales can take place from 29 March 2014, Equalities Minister Maria Miller says.
The Ukrainian president says officials could visit Brussels this week to resume talks on the EU association agreement as protests in Kiev continue.
The Supreme Court in Bangladesh stays the execution of an Islamist leader, Abdul Kader Mullah, following a last-minute appeal, his lawyers say.
X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos is in the headlines over drugs charges, while the papers report the latest Old Trafford tribulations.
Two-time Paralympic archery champion Danielle Brown is appealing against the decision to exclude her from future Games.
A constitutional reform which would allow Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega to run for a fourth term is adopted by the National Assembly.
David Cameron reveals he is a "massive fan" of TV chef Nigella Lawson, who is currently involved in a court case against her two former personal assistants.
A British man who spent years fighting extradition to the United States has pleaded guilty to terrorism charges.
The handshake between US President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro at Nelson Mandela's memorial service was unplanned, the White House says.
A Texas actress pleads guilty to sending ricing-laced letters in the post to President Barack Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Police release CCTV footage showing a burglar standing over a 68-year-old woman as she sleeps in her home in Derbyshire.
Five US agencies pass the landmark 'Volcker rule', which is designed to curb banks' riskier trading activities.
The BBC will show England's first World Cup group match against Italy live and has the first pick of the last 16 games.
Two French soldiers are killed in overnight fighting in the Central African Republic amid an operation to restore order to the troubled country.
Gunmen kill eight Kenyans, including five policemen, after ambushing a police patrol near the border with Somalia, police say.
US federal government offices in Washington DC and schools in many cities are closed as the east coast braces for a snow storm.
Tens of thousands join world leaders at a rainswept memorial for South Africa's Nelson Mandela, with Barack Obama hailing him a "giant of history".
A Norfolk couple who watched their home fall into the sea during last week's tidal surge say some of their last few belongings have now been stolen.