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Ireland remain without a victory over the All Blacks as an injury-time converted try earns the visitors a dramatic win.
Human rights groups in Egypt criticise a new law on protests, saying it will restrict the right to peaceful demonstration.
Navas and Aguero both score twice for City in 6-0 win.
Ireland qualify for next year's World Twenty20 after extending their unbeaten run in the qualifiers by beating Hong Kong.
The stars have turned out in force for the Golden Horse film awards - known as the Oscars of the Chinese-language film industry.
More than 100,000 protesters gather in Ukraine's capital Kiev, demanding that the government reverse a decision to delay a landmark deal with the EU.
David Cameron has "struck exactly the right note on migration", Michael Gove says, as reports suggest the UK is "preparing for a showdown" with the EU over benefits.
A report claiming RBS put some "good and viable" businesses into default for profit, has been referred to City regulators by the business secretary.
Manny Pacquiao wants to fight Floyd Mayweather after making his comeback - but says it is up to the American as to when.
Three female RAF recruits are awarded compensation by the Ministry of Defence for injuries suffered while marching alongside male colleagues.
Some 30,000 police and army officers are deployed in Honduras as the nation votes for a new president, MPs and local mayors.
More than 1,400 tents and other supplies are to be flown on six British aid planes to the Philippines this week to help victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Conservative attempts to play politics over the fate of disgraced former Co-op Bank chairman Paul Flowers reveal the return of the "nasty party", Labour claims.
England captain Alastair Cook brands Australia's David Warner "disrespectful" after his side were thrashed in the first Test.
Foreign Secretary William Hague hails the nuclear agreement between Western powers and Iran as "good news for the whole world".
A UK audience of 10.2 million people watched the special 50th anniversary episode of Doctor Who, overnight viewing figures suggest.
Swiss voters are deciding whether to introduce new laws that would limit executive pay to 12 times that of the lowest paid.
Slavery in the UK is widespread and "hidden in plain sight" but new legislation will help to eradicate it, the home secretary has said.
Actor and footballer Vinnie Jones reveals he has had several lumps removed after being diagnosed with skin cancer.
More than 11,000 children have been killed in the Syrian conflict, including hundreds targeted by snipers, according to the first major study of casualty figures.