Former deputy speaker Nigel Evans put his hand down a man's trousers during a night out, a court is told.
A policeman who punched a suspected shoplifter in the head before pinning her to the ground is sentenced to a community order.
UniCredit, Italy's biggest bank by assets, reports a record 14bn-euro (£11.7bn; $19bn) loss for 2013 and plans to cut 8,500 jobs.
The brother of a British man who blew himself up in Syria last month tells BBC Newsnight that he should be regarded as a hero - not a terrorist.
Libya's parliament dismisses Prime Minister Ali Zeidan after a tanker laden with oil from a rebel-held port reportedly breaks through a naval blockade.
The Welsh exams board WJEC launches an internal review after concerns were raised over results for a new GCSE in English taken in January.
The Bank of England will tighten its governance after criticism of its response to claims of manipulation of foreign exchange rates.
A top judge says postal voting is open to "industrial-scale" fraud - but ministers insist it will not be scrapped.
Ministers defend plans for more free school meals after a former government adviser called the idea a "bad gimmick".
A free school in Suffolk operated by a private for-profit Swedish company has been put into special measures by Ofsted.
Jezki wins the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham, but the race is overshadowed by the death of Our Conor after a heavy fall.
The EU offers Ukraine trade breaks worth nearly 500m euros ($694m; £417m) to stabilise its economy, as Russia tightens its military grip on Crimea.
Military radar suggests the missing Malaysian airliner turned west, away from its planned route, before disappearing, Malaysia's air force says.
Susanna Reid, who is moving from BBC Breakfast to ITV, has been named newsreader of the year at the Tric awards.
The BBC's John Simpson reports on the ''extremely tense'' atmosphere at a Ukrainian air defence base, now under Russia control.
The governor of the Bank of England tells MPs it is "a distinct possibility" that RBS would have to relocate to England if Scotland votes for independence.
Fara Williams says England can end a 40-year winless run against France by beating them in Wednesday's Cyprus Cup final.
Charlton sack boss Chris Powell with the club bottom of the Championship and replace him with Belgian Jose Riga.
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A US congressional committee says it is investigating General Motors' recall of nearly 1.6 million vehicles over faulty ignition switches.