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Chelsea's Diego Costa is charged by the FA with stamping on Liverpool's Emre Can and could face a three-game suspension.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned the current structure of the eurozone puts it in an "odd position".
The BBC has rejected the DUP's demands to be included in the TV election debates.
Nasa's Curiosity rover gets straight back to work after a software upgrade by drilling a new test hole.
Predicted wintry weather has so far failed to cause any major disruption to Scotland's transport network.
The Scottish government announces a block on planned fracking operations, pending the outcome of further inquiries.
Nigeria's army failed to protect Baga's civilians despite warnings that militants were going to attack, rights group Amnesty International says.
BBC News should increase both its local and global coverage and improve its digital services if it is to remain relevant, the corporation has said.
Schools at the centre of the Trojan Horse allegations in Birmingham are struggling to recruit staff, the Chief Inspector of Schools has told MPs.
Jordan offers to free an Iraqi prisoner for a Jordanian pilot held by Islamic State after the group threatens to kill the pilot and another hostage.
Two Israeli soldiers and a Spanish UN peacekeeper are killed as Hezbollah militants trade fire with Israeli forces along the Lebanese border.
New Greek PM Alexis Tsipras says his country will not default on its bailout debts, as bank stocks lose more than 25% of their value.
Residents in the Canadian city of Winnipeg have been instructed to boil their drinking water after testing found E. coli and other bacteria in the water supply.
Arsenal sign defender Gabriel Paulista from Villarreal with striker Joel Campbell moving the other way on loan.
The foreman of a jury which convicted a serial killer tells the BBC he now believes the Colin Norris is innocent.
Greek financial markets were in turmoil on Wednesday after the new anti-bailout government appeared determined to defy the country's international creditors.
The foreman of the jury which convicted serial killer nurse Colin Norris tells the BBC he now believes the man is innocent.
Chinese drone-maker DJI is to prevent its kit from flying over much of the US capital, following the crash of one of its aircraft into the White House lawn.
Suicide bombers and armed attackers kill about a dozen people in an assault on Tuareg rebel positions in northern Mali, security sources say.
Beavers living on the River Otter in Devon will be allowed to remain living in the wild, if free of disease.