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Some papers are still picking over George Osborne's pre-election Budget, while others question One Direction's future after Zayn Malik left the boyband's tour.
Does the pop enigma have a vault full of unreleased recordings?
The Islamic State group has said it carried out Wednesday's attack in Tunisia in which 23 people were killed, most of them foreign tourists.
Dutch broadcaster RTL says it has new evidence the Malaysia Airlines plane shot down over Ukraine last July was hit by a Russian-made Buk missile.
A Tunisian woman who was working in the Parliament building next a museum that was attached recalls the horror of the terrorism
A man in his 40s is shot and injured at a house in Ballymoney, County Antrim.
The BBC has seen evidence which suggests that Rio de Janeiro's polluted waters will not be clean enough for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Astronomer Derrick Pitts of the Franklin Institute discusses the rarity - and danger - of the upcoming solar eclipse.
The US Federal Aviation Administration approves Amazon's plans to begin testing drones for online deliveries.
Roberto Martinez highlights quality finishing rather than poor defending in Everton's Europa League exit to Dynamo Kiev.
Andy Murray will meet Novak Djokovic in the semi-finals at Indian Wells after defeating Feliciano Lopez in straight sets.
One person is in hospital after firefighters rescue two people from a house fire in Cardiff.
Stuart Lancaster will wait on other results before giving his England team talk in the Six Nations decider against France.
A 16-year-old boy hit by a police car in Birmingham has died, police say.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he will retire from football when his spell with the club ends.
Testimony heard by a New York grand jury over the chokehold death of a black man by a white officer will not be made public, a judge has ruled.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwell have met US president Barack Obama at the White House in Washington DC.