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Manny Pacquiao says his hunger to win has returned for Saturday's super-fight with Floyd Mayweather.
The Royal Institute of Navigation says reliance on sat-navs is undermining map-reading skills. So why should we still read maps?
The Guardian newspaper comes out in support of the Labour Party and says that Ed Miliband has "resilience".
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
There will be no criminal prosecutions over the treatment of an elderly patient at two south Wales hospitals, police say.
Images from the campaign trail: 1 May
Turkish police fire rubber bullets and tear gas at left-wing May Day protesters in central Istanbul.
The mysterious circumstances surrounding the death Baltimore police suspect Freddie Gray has led to speculation about the exact cause of death
How much value do different social media networks offer advertisers?
R&B and soul singer Ben E King, best known for the classic song Stand By Me, dies at the age of 76.
Car maker Tesla has unveiled plans to start making large batteries that can be used to store power in homes and businesses.
Aramco, the Saudi state oil company, is to be separated from the oil ministry as part of a wider restructuring.
A number of roads in north Belfast have been closed after police discovered a suspicious object in the area.
The Prince of Wales tells the oldest surviving member of the Welsh Guards of his hopes for a granddaughter.
Why a US ambassador dyed his hair
Nepal appeals for more helicopters for its quake relief operations, as survivors complain they are getting little help from only 20 in operation.
A man admits starting a series of fires in Oxfordshire, including one that caused major damage to council offices.
African music giants Ladysmith Black Mambazo and Salif Keita release a song in response to xenophobic violence in South Africa.
Satish Appleby speaks about the death of her overweight son.