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The managing director of Belfast International Airport says the current political deadlock in Northern Ireland is threatening to hold up potential investment.
The first planeloads of international aid arrive on the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu, devastated by "monster" Cyclone Pam on Saturday.
People who buy houses through the flagship Help to Buy scheme could be penalised for making basic home improvements, assembly members fear.
Ex-footballer Leon McKenzie wins his first boxing title, beating Croatia's Ivan Stupalo for the International Masters.
Satellite images reveal Syria's suffering
A Caerphilly man, 26, is charged with murdering Vale of Glamorgan teenager Conner Marshall at a south Wales caravan park.
A video has emerged appearing to show Wayne Rooney being knocked out in a boxing bout with Phil Bardsley in his kitchen.
The traditional dyeing of the Chicago River has marked Saint Patrick's Day festivities in Illinois.
England may win the Six Nations but remain a likeable team of infuriating inconsistency, says chief sports writer Tom Fordyce.
Twin explosions kill at least two people near churches in a Christian neighbourhood of the Pakistani city of Lahore, local media say.
Cyclone Pam leaves thousands homeless on Vanuatu - with aid agencies comparing it to Typhoon Haiyan, which devastated parts of the Philippines in 2013.
Lewis Hamilton shares a laugh with Arnold Schwarzenegger on the podium following the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
Lewis Hamilton dominates the Australian Grand Prix to get his world title defence off to the perfect start.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage says his party would do a post-general election deal with the Conservatives in exchange for an EU referendum in 2015.
Parliament in China endorses government plans to reduce the country's economic growth target by half a percent, to 7%.
Rules that mean parliamentary boundary reviews are on course to reduce the number of MPs from 650 to 600 must be reversed, a parliamentary group says.
West Indies all but secure a place in the World Cup quarter-finals with a six-wicket win over the United Arab Emirates.
Families are facing a "postcode lottery" when trying to get special educational needs help for their children, research by BBC 5live Investigates suggests.
About 2,000 people attend a funeral march for German woman Ivana Hoffmann who died fighting Islamic State militants in Syria.
A great-grandmother celebrates her 100th birthday by jumping out of a plane.