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The BBC's Jeremy Vine reports on Scotland's key battleground seats, as polls suggests support for Labour is crumbling, and the Scottish National Party is on the rise.
Thousands of people are sleeping on the streets in Nepal, either because their homes are destroyed or they are too scared to return.
A gunman attacks a police station in Bosnia, killing an officer and injuring two others before being shot dead, officials say.
Seven police officers in Baltimore have been injured after clashing with protesters in Baltimore demonstrating over the death of Freddie Gray.
A man who shot and killed 12 people in a cinema in 2012 was found sane by two experts immediately following the attack, prosecutors say.
Bournemouth all but seal their Premier League place as they go three points and 19 goals clear of Middlesbrough with one game left.
A rare RAF Spitfire once flown by a Great Escape veteran and painstakingly restored over five years could fetch millions of pounds for charity.
Google pledges €150m to support news organisations' efforts to earn money from their online coverage.
Technology giant Apple reports profits of $13.6bn for the first three months of 2015, and details plans to return more money to investors.
Seven officers in Baltimore have been injured and one is "unresponsive" as protests have turned violent, a police spokesman says.
Bournemouth in the Premier League? We chart the remarkable rise of a club who were minutes from liquidation seven years ago.
Gloucester are fined and handed a two-point suspended points deduction for using an ineligible player in a Premiership match.
Statistician Nate Silver tells Panorama reporter Richard Bacon about his prediction for the General Election.
Moeen Ali says his second summer of Test cricket will prove more difficult as England face Australia and New Zealand.
As countries around the world send manpower and resources to Nepal, we look at how an earthquake search and rescue operation is carried out.
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.
Floyd Mayweather says Rocky Balboa-style "throwback training" pushed him to the limit for his fight against Manny Pacquiao.
Shaun Murphy says he cannot understand why any snooker player would not want to be part of the Olympic Games.