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French authorities end the search for bodies at the site where a Germanwings plane crashed, killing all 150 people on board.
A house in the Alliance Parade area of Belfast is gutted in an arson attack.
A goal 'Maradona would be proud of' by a man who 'looks like a bus driver'. How the world reacted to Charlie Adam's wonder goal.
Hundreds of people gathered in University Square in central Bucharest to mark International Pillow Day.
Liverpool's Champions League hopes are almost over says Brendan Rodgers, but Louis Van Gaal thinks it is still a "rat race".
Forward Raheem Sterling will struggle to get into another top Premier League side if he leaves Liverpool, says Phil Neville.
Stoke's Charlie Adam scores from inside his own half but Chelsea win to go seven points clear at the top of the Premier League.
Premiership leaders Northampton Saints suffer an embarrassing European Champions Cup exit against Clermont Auvergne.
Saudi Arabian authorities consider a proposal for a pause in the Arab state's intervention in the conflict in Yemen.
World number one Serena Williams thrashes Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro to win her eighth Miami Open title.
The Red Cross calls for a 24-hour ceasefire in Yemen to bring in desperately needed medical supplies and personnel.
A major search is under way after contact with a light aircraft was lost at Loch Etive near Oban.
The wife of a plane spotter held in a United Arab Emirates (UAE) jail says her husband has lost two stone in weight since his detention.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta vows a tough response to the "existential threat" from al-Shabab militants after the Garissa university massacre.
A young Kenyan student has described how she drank body lotion because she was so thirsty while she hid from al-Shabab attackers for two days.
Ander Herrera scores twice as Manchester United beat Aston Villa to move up into third in the Premier League table.
Bottom club Leicester revive their Premier League survival hopes with a dramatic late victory over West Ham.
Leinster keep on track to become champions of European for the fourth time in seven years as they edge past error-strewn Bath.
Footage is released of Prince Harry flying a Spitfire upside down in a stunt to promote a charity that offers in-the-air training for wounded service personnel.
A Galatasaray player apologises for endorsing knives as Leeds United paid tribute to fans fatally stabbed before a match against his side.