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Alastair Cook's masterful century leads Essex to a comprehensive eight-wicket victory over Somerset at Taunton.
Roberto Firmino scores a winner for the second weekend running as Liverpool beat West Brom to go third in the Premier League.
Thousands took part in Paris' Color Run along the Seine, finishing with a party by the Eiffel Tower.
Trump's top security adviser says they are planning a response to North Korea's nuclear programme.
Volunteer bell-ringers mark one of the most important days in the Christian calendar at Minster.
Liam Boyce earns Ross County a precious point with a controversial late penalty as Celtic have skipper Scott Brown sent off.
A motorist is caught attempting to drive her car with her head between the legs of a high chair.
Teachers move closer to boycotting Sats, saying they are damaging children's education.
A North Yorkshire fire crew is sent in the wrong direction by call centre staff based 400 miles away.
The Most Reverend Justin Welby calls for restoration and hope as Easter services are held around the UK.
Pope Francis uses his Easter address to call for peace following a deadly attack on a bus convoy in Syria.
Saturday's blast near Aleppo killed more than 100 people, mostly evacuees
Undiscovered for centuries, the coffins were found in a hidden crypt in a medieval London church.
Children being evacuated, aid workers and rebels were all reportedly among the dead.
His great niece said she felt a "great sense of pride" to see him honoured after so many years.