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Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Everton's Kevin Mirallas should have been sent off in a thrilling Merseyside derby draw.
Critics across the political divide are criticising the attorney general after he said corruption was "endemic" in some ethnic minority communities.
Syrian government airstrikes kill at least 29 people in and around the northern city of Aleppo, with "heavy civilian casualties", activists say.
A late Daniel Sturridge goal earns Liverpool a dramatic draw in a pulsating game against rivals Everton at Goodison Park.
Fifteen airlines are warned about the risk of ice forming on Boeing's new 747-8 and 787 Dreamliner planes when flying at high altitude.
A head teacher apologises to parents for saying children not going on a school trip could be given a "racial discrimination" note.
Red Bull's Mark Webber set the pace in a soaking final practice session at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Two suspects arrested in alleged slavery case in London came to UK from India and Tanzania in 1960s, say police, as house-to-house inquiries begin.
Latvian president Andris Berzins says the collapse of a Riga supermarket in which at least 52 people died must be treated as a case of murder.
Negotiators continue talking through the night in Poland as rich and developing nations clash over carbon cuts.
Prosecutors in Paris lodge preliminary charges of attempted murder and kidnap against a man arrested on suspicion of carrying out recent gun attacks.
Former Stoke City boss signs two-and-a-half-year deal.
Two British teachers had to drag their motorised rickshaw through Peru, after it broke down during a world record attempt.
Hondurans hope the presidential election will provide solutions
The case of three women allegedly held as slaves for 30 years at a house in south London is just the "tip of a rather large iceberg", an MP says.
Jamaican resignations will restore some trust
Thousands of fans have turned out at the official Doctor Who anniversary celebration in London, ahead of the screening of a special 50 year anniversary show.
Australia's David Warner says England have "scared eyes" after they finished day three of the first Test 537 runs behind.
Egypt has told the Turkish ambassador to leave the country and downgraded relations between the two countries, complaining of Turkish interference.
A row of terraced housing in London is to be pulled down after a member of the public noticed cracks overnight.