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A multi-faith rally partly prompted by a US TV pundit who claimed Birmingham was a "no-go zone" for non-Muslims has been held in the city.
Exit polls suggest a clear victory for the anti-austerity Syriza party in a tightly fought Greek general election.
Mark Ronson takes the top spots in both the UK single and album charts - the first person to do so since Miley Cyrus in October 2013.
At least 16 people have been killed in clashes between police and protesters on the fourth anniversary of the uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak.
Defending champions Arsenal reach the FA Cup fifth round but are forced to hang on for victory against Brighton.
Anderlecht's Steven Defour is sent off on his return to former club Standard Liege as fans unfurl an offensive banner.
Notorious former drug smuggler and author Howard Marks has inoperable bowl cancer.
Goals from Carles Gil and Andreas Weimann give Aston Villa victory over Bournemouth in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
A teenager who died in a machete attack in Gloucester is described as "brave" and "kind" by his family.
At least 10 people are killed in Cairo during street protests marking the fourth anniversary of the start Egypt's 2011 uprising.
West Ham recover from Bristol City's strong start to win 1-0 with a Diafra Sakho strike to reach the FA Cup fifth round.
A multi-faith rally, partly inspired by comments made on US TV describing Birmingham as a 'no-go area' for non-Muslims, is held.
A journalist believed to have been the first to report the death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman says he has fled the country, fearing for his life.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko vows to "calm" fighting with pro-Russia rebels in east Ukraine, a day after 30 people were killed in shelling in Mariupol.
An investigation has been launched after an elderly woman was crushed by a runaway minibus in the car park of her care home.
South Africa defender Thulani Hlatshwayo is ruled out of Tuesday's Africa Cup of Nations match against Ghana.
AC Milan's Philippe Mexes grabs the throats of two Lazio players after being sent off in fiery Serie A clash.
Jim Murphy says it would be "wrong" to advocate scrapping Trident as Nicola Sturgeon calls on Labour to rethink its support for nuclear weapons.
The World Health Organization sets out plans for reform, admitting it was too slow to respond to the "horrific" Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Police arrest a boy aged 16 and an 18-year-old man after an attempt was made to force a taxi driver from his vehicle using a machete.