27 January 2008
FA Cup R4:
Sheff U 2-1 Man C.
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N Korea crisis - US consults allies new
The US has said it is consulting with regional partners about the internal situation in North Korea after the execution of leader Kim Jong Un's uncle
Small explosion in city centre new
There has been a small explosion in Belfast city centre, police said.
Dissident republicans responsible for explosion amid Belfast city centre bomb alert new
Dissident republicans have claimed responsibility for a small explosion in Belfast city centre's Cathedral Quarter area on Friday night.
Mackay praises Odemwingie new
Cardiff boss Malky Mackay has described Bluebirds summer recruit Peter Odemwingie as "a joy to work with" ahead of Saturday's clash with the striker's old club West Brom.
Lambert offers backing to Moyes new
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has backed David Moyes to "get the job right" at Manchester United and branded criticism of his fellow Scot as "pretty harsh".
Baby steps for Northern Ireland's football future new
When the Irish FA launched their mission statement, 'We're Not Brazil, We're Northern Ireland' last month, the governing body placed a strong emphasis on youth football.
Nigella 'let children smoke weed' new
Nigella Lawson allegedly allowed her children to smoke cannabis, one of the personal assistants accused of defrauding the TV cook and Charles Saatchi has claimed.
Abbey: I'm Strictly hysterical new
Abbey Clancy said she is scared to the point of being "hysterical" that one of her dances will go wrong on this weekend's semi-final for Strictly Come Dancing.
X Factor mocked in musical spoof
The audience at this weekend's X Factor final will see Louis Walsh and Simon Cowell mercilessly mocked as they get a sneak peak of the comedy musical poking fun at the show.