Brendan Rodgers plans to use the Anfield crowd to help his Liverpool side beat title rivals Manchester City on Sunday.
Pope Francis asks for forgiveness for the "evil" damage by priests who sexually abuse children, in what is seen as his strongest statement yet.
Irish President Michael D Higgins says he was moved by the reception he received as his four-day state visit to the UK ends.
Police aim to recoup money from a tax fraudster who was building a £2.3m mansion in Pakistan which was as big as Buckingham Palace.
Oscar Pistorius faced another day of intense cross-examination at his trial on Friday - and said he "was in a panic" in the moments before he shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
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Rebekah Brooks is "a really sweet girl" and the News of the World was "a force for good", the mother of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne tells the Old Bailey.
Timothy Bradley says he "considered suicide" after receiving death threats following his points win over Manny Pacquiao.
Scotland's deputy first minister attacks the campaign to keep the Union, saying it is in "deep trouble", ahead of the independence referendum.
A bank worker is jailed for life for strangling his wife and burning her body in a garden incinerator to stop her revealing his homosexuality.
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As the UN's climate panel meets in Berlin, Germany's fossil fuel industry is as busy as ever, reports David Shukman.
Prime Minister David Cameron tells the Conservative Party conference in Wales that Offa's Dyke is becoming "the line between life and death".
US President Barack Obama nominates budget director Sylvia Mathews Burwell to succeed Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
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DNA tests confirm that a man found in a snowdrift in Norway suffering from amnesia is from the Czech Republic, police say.
Cardiff City begin disciplinary proceedings against two employees over an alleged leak of team details before Crystal Palace clash.
Israel sets a tax sanction on the Palestinian Authority in the latest retaliatory step for its signing up to join international treaties.
Nigeria summons Zimbabwe's envoy to the country over President Robert Mugabe's comment that Zimbabwe is becoming "like Nigeria" in terms of corruption.
The UN's refugee agency says the EU must help Italy with a dramatic upsurge in migrants, with as many as 6,000 reaching its shores in the past four days.