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Updated: 28 min 36 sec ago
After England beat Denmark, which players are off to the World Cup, who remains on the fringes and who is unlikely to feature?
Norway will cut a gaping hole through rock near the island of Utoeya to commemorate victims of mass killer Anders Behring Breivik.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere suffers a hairline fracture in his left foot and will be sidelined for at least six weeks.
Crimea's parliament announces it has asked Moscow to allow the Ukrainian region to join Russia - a move Kiev says is unconstitutional.
A County Tyrone teenager accused of murdering his father is found guilty of manslaughter on grounds of diminished responsibility.
Possible links between an allegedly corrupt police officer in the Stephen Lawrence case and the investigation into the murder of a private investigator are highlighted by the home secretary.
Rebekah Brooks rejects a claim that the "books were cooked" at the News of the World to prevent phone hacking being uncovered.
Turkey's top court rules that the rights of ex-military chief Ilker Basbug were violated, paving the way for his possible release from jail.
24 hours of news photos: 6 March
Sir Bob Geldof and Joan Armatrading help the PRS, the organisation which protects musician's copyright, celebrate its centenary .
Beth Warren wins fight to stop her dead husband's frozen sperm being destroyed.
Four brothers who were convicted of the manslaughter of a couple seven years ago are each jailed for up to 11 years.
Apart from the well-known Russian, Ukrainian and Soviet flags, several other flags have been seen in the protests in Ukraine. What do they mean?
First anniversary of President Chavez's death
HMS Vanguard is to be refuelled at a cost of £120m after low levels of radioactivity were discovered in the cooling waters of a submarine test reactor.
The Bank of England keeps the benchmark UK interest rate at 0.5%, five years after it first cut the rate to its current record low.
The family of a man whose naked body was washed up on a Cornish beach come forward to identify him.
Lawyers have been cross-examining neighbours of Oscar Pistorius on the fourth day of the athlete's trial for the murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Tunisia's President Moncef Marzouki repeals the state of emergency in place since the 2011 uprising that overthrew the former government, his office says.
A great white is about to make history as the first of its species to be seen crossing from one side of the Atlantic to the other.