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Afghanistan's debut World Cup match ends in defeat as Bangladesh are victorious by 105 runs in Canberra.
A supermarket is closed after thousands of gallons of water from a burst main swamp the car park.
Police say they are not "100% sure" a missing 11-year-old boy is in a river where they have been searching.
The Daily Telegraph's former chief political commentator Peter Oborne calls for an independent review of the newspaper's guidelines over its HSBC tax scandal coverage.
The number of people unemployed in Wales falls to 6.7%, with 3,000 more people in work between July and September last year.
Christine Ohuruogu criticises the head of world athletics for saying the sport faces a "crisis" over doping allegations.
The number of people claiming unemployment benefit in Northern Ireland fell by 1700 in January and now stands at just over 48,000.
The body of an albino boy who went missing on Sunday is found in Tanzania with his limbs hacked off in what appears to be a witchcraft killing.
A boy died from a severe head injury after authorities failed to act while he suffered years of abuse, a serious case review finds.
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Greece will request a six-month extension of its loan agreement on Wednesday, a Greek government official confirms.
The number of people out of work in the UK fell by 97,000 to 1.86 million in the three months to December, official figures show.
Swiss prosecutors are searching offices of the Geneva subsidiary of HSBC bank in an inquiry into alleged money-laundering.
The latest figures show 82.3% of patients in Wales were seen within four hours in accident and emergency - the Welsh government target is 95%.
MPs take evidence on the tax planning industry and the fairness of tax collection by HMRC.
Two ex-prison officers have been arrested in Suffolk, as part of an inquiry into corrupt payments to officials, police say.
Unemployment in Scotland fell by 15,000 between October and December and now stands at 149,000, according to official figures.
It is understood that a prisoner who escaped from custody in the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday may be trying to get to Britain through Northern Ireland.
Scuba divers inadvertently discover the largest trove of gold coins ever found off Israel's Mediterranean coast.
A man who filmed a group of Chelsea football fans preventing a black man from boarding a Metro train in Paris has been speaking about the incident.