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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his team are not boring but suggests Arsenal are after failing to win the title since 2003-04.
American rapper Wiz Khalifa's See You Again, which features on the Fast & Furious 7 soundtrack, sets a new streaming record as it leads the singles chart for a second week.
The five names in contention for the BBC inaugural Women's Footballer of the Year award are revealed.
Ronnie O'Sullivan needs one frame to beat Matthew Stevens and move into the World Championship last eight.
Bayern Munich claim a third consecutive Bundesliga title courtesy of Wolfsburg's loss to Borussia Monchengladbach.
Police confirm they are investigating after an incident during an election canvas in County Down was reported to them.
Tent cities spring up in the Nepalese capital after Saturday's earthquake, which is now reported to have killed some 2,500 people.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho extends his unbeaten run against Arsenal's Arsene Wenger to 13 matches in derby draw.
The BBC's Justin Rowlatt is in the middle of filming in Kathmandu when an aftershock hits.
Britain's Alistair Brownlee takes gold on his return from an ankle injury in the World Triathlon Series event in Cape Town.
Nick Clegg says he wants to remain Liberal Democrat leader "in all circumstances" after the election.
The body of Irish student Karen Buckley, who was murdered in Glasgow earlier this month, is brought home to County Cork.
Deutsche Bank reports a sharp fall in profits after setting aside €1.5bn to cover legal costs, days after being fined €2.3bn for rate rigging.
Britain's Mark Cavendish wins the first Tour of Turkey stage in a sprint finish for his seventh victory of the season.
Manchester United miss the chance to move 10 points clear of Liverpool after they become the latest victims of Everton's late-season revival.
South Africa expresses regret over Nigeria's decision to recall its ambassador to South Africa over a spate of attacks targeting foreigners.
Many of the dozens of historic temples and other landmarks in Nepal's Kathmandu valley have been reduced to rubble by the earthquake that shook large areas of the country.
David Beckham and family are seen cheering their son, Romeo, who ran the mini Marathon in London.
Watford captain Troy Deeney is the only Hornets player voted into the PFA Championship team of the year.
At least three people from Wales are reported to be missing following the Nepal earthquake - the worst to hit the country in more than 80 years.