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Police Scotland launches a dedicated website to help trace the country's most wanted criminals.
Wigan's young wingers Dom Manfredi and Joe Burgess get the tries as St Helens are beaten in the Good Friday derby.
Two people were injured on Thursday after a window cleaning cradle swung violently, crashing into a skyscraper in Shanghai.
UKIP Leader Nigel Farage defends comments made during the leaders' debate about migrants using the NHS for HIV treatment costing £25,000 per year.
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini is in such good form he cannot be dropped, says boss Louis van Gaal.
Tunisia says it plans to re-establish diplomatic ties with Syria in order to track its citizens who have gone to fight alongside Islamist militants.
The seven political leaders who took part in the election TV debate on Thursday evening have been describing how they think it went.
Zimbabwe's former vice-president, Joyce Mujuru, is expelled from the ruling party over allegations she plotted to remove President Mugabe.
President Hassan Rouhani vows Iran will abide by the terms of the preliminary nuclear agreement with six world powers, so long as they do too.
Fire brigades are battling a massive fire at a GE factory in Louisville, Kentucky.
A huge fire has engulfed a General Electric warehouse in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Two shots are fired at a house in west Belfast.
Teachers' union members are to call for a ballot on strike action over worries about school funding in England
French MPs approve a law to ban the use of fashion models deemed to be excessively thin by requiring them to have a BMI above a certain level.
Video has emerged showing students fleeing a Kenyan university as security forces battled al-Shabab militants during a siege in which 147 people died.
Employers in the United States added just 126,000 jobs in March after severe winter weather, lagging factory production and lacklustre construction started to take their toll on the job market.
As Kenya mourns the 147 people killed by Somali militants at a university, the BBC's Mary Harper considers why the country has become a terror target.
The Conservatives and Labour have both claimed victory in the aftermath of Thursday's TV election debate between the leaders of seven political parties.