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An organisation that provides science and technology programmes to schools across Northern Ireland warns that budget cuts mean it will have to scrap some of its programmes.
Lewis Hamilton takes a controlled victory for Mercedes in the Chinese Grand Prix as the Ferrari revival is stopped in its tracks.
The French government has designated an area for homeless migrants in Calais on what was an old dumping ground - and those living there have no power and no accommodation.
Safety barriers are being installed on The Kingsway in Swansea ahead of a council meeting on potential changes to the road layout following two deaths.
The Australian government announces its intention to stop welfare payments to parents who refuse to vaccinate their children.
The family of the late former Australian cricket captain and legendary commentator Richie Benaud declines PM Tony Abbott's offer of a state funeral.
Labour says it would give victims of sexual offences the right to challenge decisions by the police not to prosecute suspects, if the party were elected into government.
US President Barack Obama rebukes Republicans in Congress, saying that partisanship over the Iran nuclear deal has gone too far.
Hundreds of rockets have been launched into the sky on the island of Chios in Greece to mark Easter in the Greek Orthodox calendar.
Hillary Clinton is expected to launch her long-anticipated second run for president on Sunday with an online video.
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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.
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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.