22 March 2011
Last updated at 12:43 ET
Two US airmen are rescued in eastern Libya after their warplane crashed during allied operations, officials say.
At least 18 people suspected of robbing a bank in Cameroon have died in a gun battle as they tried to escape on speed boats, officials say.
The leaders of Uganda, Zimbabwe and South Africa condemn the air strikes on Libya, saying the West is employing double-standards.
Sunderland successfully appeal against the sending off of defender John Mensah during Sunday's Premier League loss to Liverpool. SPORT
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