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A fox in Chernobyl has made a large sandwich using cold meats and bread fed to him by a radio crew in the area.
At least 44 Palestinians were killed by "Israeli actions" while sheltering at seven UN schools during last summer's war in Gaza, a UN inquiry finds.
One person dies and another is seriously injured in a motorway crash in County Tyrone.
Shaun Murphy says he cannot understand why any snooker player would not want to be part of the Olympic Games.
A Welsh charity says it was wrongly included as a signatory to a letter supporting the Conservative Party.
An Armagh-based pharmacist has been sentenced to one year in jail for illegally supplying almost 875,000 prescription drugs.
A historic Iran nuclear deal is now within reach - but it's still uncertain whether a rare chance to resolve a major security challenge of our time through diplomacy will be grasped, says the BBC's Lyse Doucet.
A large gorse fire close to homes in Carmarthenshire forces the closure of a road.
The epicentre of the earthquake which devastated Nepal, in the district of Gorkha, has suffered "terrible destruction".
A promise for first-time buyers and a boost from small businesses on campaign day 28.
Nicola Sturgeon tells the BBC that Labour leader Ed Miliband has been bullied by the Conservatives to rule out a deal with her SNP party after the general election.
Watchdog Ofcom reveals changes to charges for phone-in competitions and votes on TV and radio shows in "biggest overhaul of phone calls in more than a decade".
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon tells the BBC's Evan Davis that Labour leader Ed Miliband is ruling out a coalition with the SNP because he is being ''bullied by the Tories to rule these things out''.
Lord Sugar announces his replacement for adviser Nick Hewer on BBC One's The Apprentice - Claude Littner, who has grilled candidates during the interview rounds.
Nick Clegg says education funding guarantees will be a "deal breaker" in any coalition negotiations between the Lib Dems and the Conservatives or Labour.
Ricky Hatton has fought both Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao but believes the American will adapt his style and win.
A property developer admits making illegal alterations to a Monmouthshire house that is said to have inspired the hymn All Things Bright and Beautiful.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg tells the BBC's Kamal Ahmed that the party will not enter into any coalition that does not guarantee protection for the education system ''from cradle to college''.
British number one Heather Watson loses 7-5 3-6 7-6 (7-5) to Slovenia's Polona Hercog in the Prague Open first round.
A former senior nurse is jailed for 18 years for raping unconscious women at a hospital in Oxfordshire.