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Next Friday, the votes will be in and we will know who the country's MPs are. But we might not be closer to knowing who the government is.
Twitter has reported lower than expected revenue for the first three months of the year, saying that new products sold less well than forecast.
The owner of a local pharmacy shows the BBC the damage done to his business. Meanwhile, residents try to clean up the destruction.
The boss of British Grand Prix venue Silverstone questions the quality of the entertainment Formula 1 provides for its fans.
As the election approaches, Huw Edwards visits the island of Anglesey, which could become a key battleground for votes.
How the BBC's Tom Martienssen escaped Everest avalanche
BBC journalist Thomas Martienssen was in camp one - 800m above base camp when the quake struck.
The US Supreme Court hears arguments in a historic case that could legalise same-sex marriage across a country bitterly divided on the issue.
Rescuers in Nepal are still hopeful that they will find some survivors amongst the wreckage, although a lot of bodies are also being found.
Eight convicted drug smugglers have been executed by firing squad in Indonesia, but a Filipina woman has reportedly been spared at the last minute.
A Spanish ferry travelling from Mallorca is on fire, forcing more than 150 passengers to abandon ship.
A UK financial trader accused of contributing to the 2010 Wall Street "flash crash" is due to appear in court again on Wednesday.
Jessica Ennis-Hill and Katarina Johnson-Thompson will face British European champions in next month's Great CityGames.
Ronnie O'Sullivan breaks the rules by placing his chalk on the table during his World Snooker Championship quarter-final match against Stuart Bingham.
Ronnie O'Sullivan is investigated by World Snooker after placing his chalk on the table in his World Championship quarter-final.
Two brothers died after taking lethal doses of ecstasy which they had bought on the "dark web", an inquest is told.
Nepal declares three days of mourning for the victims of Saturday's earthquake in which more than 5,000 people are now known to have died.
The son of a terminally-ill man whose drowned himself in a river, tells an inquest he was released too soon from hospital.
Labour leader Ed Miliband says he agreed to meet Russell Brand as it was important to "engage" with the millions of people who did not vote.
Sweden's supreme court grants Wikileaks founder Julian Assange the right to appeal against an arrest warrant issued over an alleged sexual assault.