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Breathing poison in the world's most polluted city
The South African president Jacob Zuma has cancelled a trip to Indonesia in order to deal with the attacks taking place against foreigners in his country.
The Brazilian authorities in Sao Paulo are fighting a large outbreak of dengue fever that has killed 130 people.
An outfit worn by actress Vivien Leigh in the film Gone with the Wind sells for $137,000 (£91,000) at an auction in California.
For the first time in Cuba, at least two government opponents will be standing on Sunday in municipal elections in Havana.
An interactive exhibition in Moscow about the conflict in eastern Ukraine has been criticised by the Ukrainian presidential administration as "propaganda".
Among Sunday's headlines are a "Thatcher-style" massive share sell-off, concerns over the planned 2017 EU referendum and UKIP's ire at what it says was a "biased" studio audience.
An Irish teacher turned to political activism after austerity measures were introduced in Ireland.
Russia's fragmented opposition agrees to join forces and put forward joint candidates ahead of next year's parliamentary elections.
Up to £4bn worth of Lloyds Bank shares would be offered to the general public if the Conservatives win the election, David Cameron is to announce.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby travels to Egypt for a "visit of condolence" following the beheading of 21 Coptic Christians in Libya earlier this year.
A "mysterious" disease has killed at least 18 people in the past several days in south-eastern Nigeria, local officials say.
Championship side Reading were "ready to die" for their FA Cup lives, according to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
There will be 2,000 fewer NHS nurses in England over the next four years according to projections, Labour says, but the Conservatives say the figures are old.
Gloucester score two late tries to beat Exeter and reach their first Challenge Cup final since 2006.
Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United's important players were "in Chelsea's pockets" during their 1-0 home win.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton says he expects Ferrari will be "very hard to beat" in Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix.
UK police are reviewing security plans for Anzac Day events after Australian authorities said they foiled a terror plot to attack an event in Australia.
Tibetan couple's wedding snaps captivate China
Jonathan Trott deserves another chance to prove himself as an England opener, says head coach Peter Moores.