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2008 casts shadow on Clinton's latest race
An online video appears to confirm last month's reports that Islamic State militants in Iraq have destroyed the ruins of the ancient city of Nimrud.
US President Barack Obama says his historic meeting with Cuban President Raul Castro could be a "turning point" in relations.
Few would disagree with US President Barack Obama when he called his meeting with Cuban President Raul Castro "historic", writes Vanessa Buschschluter.
Nick Clegg is to set out Lib Dem plans to eliminate the deficit by 2017/18 by cutting less than the Tories and borrowing less than Labour.
Justin Rose wants to build on his superb third round at the Masters by using the experience of his 2013 US Open win.
British holidaymakers were conned out of £2.2m last year through internet-based scams, a report concludes.
And other social media trends from the last week
The leaders of Scotland's four main parties will participate in a BBC debate on Sunday ahead of the general election.
Pope Francis is to mark the 100th anniversary of the mass killings of Armenians under Ottoman rule in WW1 at a church service in Rome.
Some of the biggest names in theatre will gather later at the Royal Opera House in London for the annual Olivier Awards.
Immediate action must be taken by the next government to increase the number of NHS nurses, a report warns.
The Brazilian medic using Shakespeare to help his patients
Supermarket workers paid the national minimum wage are forced to claim state benefits totalling £11bn a year, according to Citizens UK
Election tax pledges by the Conservative and Labour parties are prominent on Sunday's front pages, as are pictures of Andy Murray's wedding.
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Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says Manchester United have regained their desire to win the derby.
Little has shifted in the polls since the start of the campaign, writes the BBC's David Cowling, but the Tory campaign juggernaut has yet to start its engine.