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Tribute is paid to a Dundee GP and her engineer husband who died in a plane crash on a Glen Etive hillside in Argyll.
Two people die in separate road accidents in County Antrim.
AP McCoy is to partner last year's eighth-placed Cantlow on Monday in his final Irish Grand National before retirement.
Better known as one of pop music's most successful producers, Pete Waterman's music helped fund his real passion for trains.
Cyprus lifts the last remaining capital controls it imposed on its banking system during the financial crisis of 2013.
Action movie Furious 7 makes $384 million at the global box office, the fourth-biggest opening weekend in history.
Scottish firefighter Steve McCrorie's has told BBC Breakfast that winning the The Voice UK was a "dream come true.
Sweeping changes to pension rules which will give savers much more control over their money have come into force.
Two Australian drug smugglers sentenced to death in Indonesia cannot challenge the president's rejection of their clemency pleas, a court rules.
From the beginning of this month a new levy has been introduced to encourage big companies like Starbucks and Apple to pay their fair share of taxes.
Andy Murray says he will analyse why he has struggled against Novak Djokovic after his latest loss to his rival, in Miami.
Restrictions on the display of cigarettes and tobacco products in small shops in Wales come into force.
New figures show 130 people die from skin cancer in Wales every year.
Bangladesh's Supreme Court rejects a final appeal against the death sentence given to senior Islamist leader Mohammad Kamaruzzaman.
Brittany Lincicome wins her second major by beating Stacy Lewis on the third play-off hole at the ANA Inspiration event.
Prince Harry has arrived in Australia for a four-week placement with the Australian Defence Force.
Vintage photos show Latin America's deadliest war
Lesotho's textile industry is the biggest employer in the country, with exports worth $340 million a year.
Ukrainian authorities have launched what they say is a major crackdown on corruption.
Fighting in the Yemeni city of Aden has intensified despite continued air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition.