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The head of China's weather bureau warns that the country faces serious problems as a result of climate change.
Anti-UKIP protesters invade a pub in south London where the party leader is having lunch with his family.
After the Bardo museum attack, Tunisia now faces a real test of its transition to democracy since the start of the Arab Spring.
The welfare of animals, including owls, at a Warner Bros Harry Potter studio tour is to be reviewed after concerns about their treatment.
A Tory election candidate suspended by his party tells the BBC he did not seek a "fake" English Defence League march to help win votes.
A son of Viktor Yanukovych reportedly drowns in Lake Baikal in Russia - the latest in a series of deaths of people close to Ukraine's ex-president.
Representatives of European far-right parties hold a forum in St Petersburg organised by a pro-Kremlin grouping, with a protest outside broken up.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is sent off in 2-1 defeat by Man Utd just 48 seconds after coming on as a substitute.
A Syrian government helicopter crashes in Idlib province, with four crew captured and one killed, monitors say.
Ireland crush Scotland 73-3 to secure the Women's Six Nations Championship on points difference from France.
A farmer, believed to be in his 70s, dies in an accident on a farm near Strangford in County Down.
Republican Texan Ted Cruz will set out on Monday his plans to run for the US presidency in 2016, according to his advisers.
Women break Afghan funeral customs to help bury a woman killed by a mob in Kabul on an apparently false charge of burning the Koran.
A 52-year-old German tourist is killed in a shark attack off an Egyptian Red Sea resort, police say, the first such death in five years.
Alex Salmond predicts a "vote by vote arrangement" between a minority Labour government and the SNP is the most likely outcome of the election.
Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson says expletive-filled comments he made criticising the BBC last week were meant as a joke.
Six men are arrested after they forced their way into a synagogue in north London, attacking a man as he tried to stop them.
Nigel Farage says he will continue to be "utterly ruthless" about dealing with UKIP candidates who "step over the line".
Climate change could harm crop yields and the environment in China, says the country's top meteorologist, in a rare official admission.
Brazilian legend Pele says Lionel Messi has been a better player in the past decade than Cristiano Ronaldo.