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Leaders grilled in election special
David Cameron and Ed Miliband are put on the spot over immigration, the EU and spending plans in the first set-piece TV broadcast of the election.
Police probe Alps jet crash co-pilot
German police seize possessions of a co-pilot who apparently crashed his plane in the Alps killing all 150 people on board, as they investigate possible motives.
Office workers 'too sedentary'
Office workers need to get off their backsides and move around more, according to a new campaign.
Criminals to pay new court charge
Convicted criminals in England and Wales will have to pay up to 1,200 towards the cost of their court case under new rules, it is revealed.
Online bid to fight radicalisation
Muslim scholars launch a digital magazine to fight radicalisation on the web by extremist groups such as Islamic state.
Policeman arrested over wife murder
A serving police officer is arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife at their Northampton home.
NHS medical accidents unit 'needed'
A national body to investigate medical accidents in England should be established immediately, MPs say.
Italy court to rule on Kercher death
Italy's top court is to rule whether to uphold the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the 2007 murder of UK student Meredith Kercher.
Buildings collapse in New York blast
At least 19 people are injured after an explosion causes two buildings to collapse in New York's East Village.
Richard III tomb to be unveiled
The public will be able to view King Richard III's sealed tomb for the first time later when Leicester Cathedral is reopened.
Argentine president's case dismissed
A court of appeals in Argentina has upheld a decision to throw out controversial allegations against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Many young pupils 'can't communicate'
A study suggests too many children are starting school unable to communicate well enough or control their behaviour.
'Killer in the cockpit'
Friday's papers are full of speculation about what may have led the co-pilot of the Germanwings Airbus 320 to deliberately crash the jet, and on how airlines can protect themselves from such occurrences.
Is hindsight always a benefit in law?
Hindsight is the main tool for legal review of critical events, says Danny Shaw - but is it always the best technique?
Cunning elite hoard wealth in Angola
Angola is an economic success story, writes Mary Harper - but also a land many inhabit in poverty, while a super-wealthy elite thrives.
Are too few convictions overturned?
There is concern the Criminal Cases Review Commission is too cautious in referring suspected miscarriages of justice for appeal, says Joshua Rozenberg.
Lee Kuan Yew: How will Asia remember him?
The BBC's South East Asia correspondent examines the legacy of the Singaporean statesman in the wider region.
Zoo's panda artificially inseminated
The female giant panda at Edinburgh Zoo is artificially inseminated and keepers confirm natural mating will be attempted.
Joan Collins made a dame by prince
Actress Joan Collins says becoming a dame had "never even crossed her mind" as she receives the accolade from the Prince of Wales for services to charity.
France 1-3 Brazil
Brazil record their seventh win since their 2014 World Cup humiliation as they come from behind to beat France in Paris.
F1 competition is fair - Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton on his winning start, why equalising F1 engines would be unfair, Alonso's return - and Jeremy Clarkson.
Rooney wary of building up Kane
Captain Wayne Rooney warns against putting too much pressure on striker Harry Kane ahead of what could be his England debut.
Premier League to share 1bn
Premier League clubs have agreed to share at least 1bn of their record TV rights deal with English football.
Kane is similar to me - Shearer
There is a "bit of everything" to Harry Kane's game and he can be "very, very good", says ex-England striker Alan Shearer.
Airlines change cockpit procedures
Airlines across the world have begun requiring two crew members to always be present in the cockpit, in the wake of the French Alps crash.
Japan economy at brink of deflation
Annual core consumer inflation in Japan, the world's third-largest economy, stopped rising for the first time in nearly two years in February.
Where is the inspiration in this election?
Mark Mardell asks whether a lack of passion, vision and big ideas among campaigning politicians is a result of cowardice or humility.
Election 2015: How close are you to the political centre?
The centre-ground of politics is the place where elections are won - take the quiz to find out how close you are to the current political centre.
Fitness linked to lower cancer risk
Very fit men in their late 40s are less likely to get lung cancer and colorectal cancer than unfit men, a study in JAMA Oncology suggests.
First Europe non-beating heart swap
Surgeons in Cambridgeshire perform the first heart transplant in Europe using a non-beating heart.
Homeless children at six-year high
The number of children living in temporary accommodation in England is at a six-year high, according to official figures.
Schools 'facing big budget cuts'
Schools in England will have less to spend per pupil over the next five years, no matter who wins the election, according to analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
PayPal fined for illegal payments
PayPal agrees a 5.1m payout over allegations it allowed payments from accounts deemed enemies of the state by the US government.
Tinder prank 'tricked flirting men'
After a series of men on Tinder were reportedly tricked into flirting with each other, an expert attacks the app's security.
Dark matter flits through collisions
A long-running study shows dark matter coasts unscathed through galactic collisions, betraying a ghostly lack of interaction with the known Universe.
Polar ice shelf thinning speeds up
Eighteen years of satellite data reveal an acceleration in the thinning of many of Antarctica's floating ice shelves.
Downton Abbey to end after six series
The next season of ITV's period drama Downton Abbey will be its last, its makers announce.
Breaking Bad to get full UK TV run
Cult US drama Breaking Bad is to be broadcast in full on UK terrestrial television for the first time.
Caption Challenge: Dinosaur hang-out
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
How are cockpit doors locked?
How would the cockpit doors on the crashed Germanwings Airbus have been secured?
Cathedral statues for Queen and Duke
The Queen unveils statues of herself and the Duke of Edinburgh at Canterbury Cathedral to mark her Diamond Jubilee.
Mayor rejects airport expansion plan
Boris Johnson turns down a 220 million project to expand London City Airport.
23 people in hospital after bus crash
Twenty-three people are in hospital after a coach carrying dozens of passengers overturns on the A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful in Argyll.
Call to enhance human rights laws
Politicians are urged to ensure human rights protections are stronger following the General Election.
Man dies after tree falls on van
A man dies and a woman is seriously injured after a tree falls on a van in County Armagh.
Non-domestic water charges to rise
Northern Ireland Water is putting up charges to its 80,000 non-domestic customers from April - the first price rise in three years.
Misconduct case for Watkins police
The police watchdog says two detectives who worked on the child abuse investigation into Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins have a misconduct case to answer.
Stepson jailed for life for murder
The stepson of a Monmouthshire poet is jailed for life for her murder.
Nigeria rivals sign peace accord
Nigeria's two main presidential candidates sign an agreement to prevent violence in tightly contested elections due on Saturday.
US issues Uganda attack warning
The US embassy in Uganda warns that Westerners - including Americans - may be targeted for terror attacks in the capital, Kampala.
North Korea 'arrests South spies'
North Korea says it has arrested two South Korean men for spying, amid ongoing tensions between the two Koreas.
Australia gets controversial data law
The Australian Senate approves legislation requiring internet and mobile phone providers to store customers' metadata for two years.
Asylum claims 'highest for 22 years'
The UN's refugee agency says the number of refugees seeking asylum in developed countries rose by 45% in 2014, with Germany receiving the most claims.
DNA of 'an entire nation' assessed
The genetic code of "an entire nation" has effectively been deduced, say researchers in Iceland.
Flooding hits Chile desert region
Flash floods in one of the driest regions in the world - Chile's Atacama desert - leave two people dead and 24 missing, officials say.
Peruvian mudslide emergency declared
A state of emergency is declared in the Peruvian town of Chosica after it was engulfed by mud and rocks during heavy rain on Monday.
Yemen leader Hadi gets Saudi refuge
Yemen's President Hadi arrives in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh, as a Saudi-led coalition continues air strikes against Shia Houthi rebels.
Shia militias 'in Tikrit pullback'
A US general says Iranian-backed Shia militias in Iraq are no longer leading the battle to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.
Indiana emergency for HIV 'epidemic'
The governor of Indiana has declared a public health emergency and authorised a needle sharing programme, after an HIV outbreak "reached epidemic proportions" in part of the state.
'Cat litter mix' closed nuclear site
A team of experts says a mixture that included organic cat litter forced the closure of the only underground nuclear waste repository in the US.
Day in pictures: 26 March 2015
Images from around the world: 26 March
In pictures: I'm not voting because...
Denise Felkin's MA project
Photos give insight into 1960s life
A collection of 18,000 negatives of Wales
In pictures: Alps plane search operation resumes
A search and recovery operation resumes in the southern French Alps
In pictures: Indian soldiers during World War One
Rare photographs chronicling the lives of Indian soldiers
Day in pictures: 25 March 2015
Images from around the world: 25 March
The big lives of women with small feet
The last remaining women in China who had their feet bound
Your pictures: Signs of Spring
Readers' photographs on the theme of signs of Spring
VIDEO: Treasury Committee
The Treasury Committee hears from the Chancellor, George Osborne.
VIDEO: Lubitz 'nice, funny - sometimes quiet'
Members of the Westerwald flight club, where Andreas Lubitz was a member, have been talking about the co-pilot of the Germanwings flight that crashed.
VIDEO: Ferocious fire causes New York chaos
A building has collapsed and another is on fire in New York City after an apparent explosion.
VIDEO: Clarkson: 'Leave the producer alone'
Jeremy Clarkson has said that he wants people to stop blaming the producer he hit for his departure from Top Gear.
VIDEO: Flood torrents devastate Peru and Chile
Heavy rains have brought torrential floods and mudslides to parts of Peru and Chile - including the Atacama desert, one of the driest regions of the world.
VIDEO: The life of a rare fruit collector
Helton Josue Teodoro Muniz is one of the world's great rare fruit collectors, yet he was born with a motor neurone deficiency and it is difficult for him even today to hold a seed.
VIDEO: Relatives visit Germanwings crash site
Relatives of those who died in the Germanwings plane crash, including the parents of the co-pilot, have arrived in the southern French Alps.
VIDEO: Diarrhoea killing poorest children
Diarrhoea kills more than half a million children every year - with Pakistan, Nigeria and India having the highest death rates.
VIDEO: 'Germanwings co-pilot started descent'
Marseille's public prosecutor Brice Robin says the co-pilot took control of the Germanwings Airbus 320 plane crash and started its descent.
How are pilots psychologically screened?
What psychological screening do pilots have to go through?
Vladimir Putin's formative German years
The shock that left a young KGB officer in fear of people power
Quiz of the week's news
What degree did the most billionaires study?
Branagh's Cinders goes back to basics
Branagh goes back to basics for new Cinderella movie
Can data help create English football stars?
Can data help create England's next football stars?
VIDEO: The predictive powers of fridges
What does your food shopping say about you?
Secret trial: Six unanswered questions
The semi-secret trial of Erol Incedal and six unanswered questions
Erol Incedal: The trial we couldn't report
Erol Incedal and the trial we couldn't report
Top Gear: Who will replace Clarkson?
Who will replace Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear?

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 World News
Police probe Alps jet crash co-pilot
German police seize possessions of a co-pilot who apparently crashed his plane in the Alps killing all 150 people on board, as they investigate possible motives.
Yemen leader Hadi gets Saudi refuge
Yemen's President Hadi arrives in Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh, as a Saudi-led coalition continues air strikes against Shia Houthi rebels.
Buildings collapse in New York blast
At least 19 people are injured after an explosion causes two buildings to collapse in New York's East Village.
Argentine president's case dismissed
A court of appeals in Argentina has upheld a decision to throw out controversial allegations against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Shia militias 'in Tikrit pullback'
A US general says Iranian-backed Shia militias in Iraq are no longer leading the battle to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State.
Italy court to rule on Kercher death
Italy's top court is to rule whether to uphold the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the 2007 murder of UK student Meredith Kercher.
Polar ice shelf thinning speeds up
Eighteen years of satellite data reveal an acceleration in the thinning of many of Antarctica's floating ice shelves.
North Korea 'arrests South spies'
North Korea says it has arrested two South Korean men for spying, amid ongoing tensions between the two Koreas.
US agents 'attended sex parties'
A new report alleges that US drug enforcement agents attended sex parties funded by drug cartels while stationed overseas.
US soldier 'plotted to support IS'
A US soldier and his cousin are arrested and charged with conspiring to support the Islamic State, the Department of Justice says.
Indiana emergency for HIV 'epidemic'
The governor of Indiana has declared a public health emergency and authorised a needle sharing programme, after an HIV outbreak "reached epidemic proportions" in part of the state.
US defends 'deserter' Bergdahl swap
The US has defended a prisoner swap with the Taliban for the release of Sgt Bowe Bergdahl after the US soldier was charged with desertion.
Dark matter flits through collisions
A long-running study shows dark matter coasts unscathed through galactic collisions, betraying a ghostly lack of interaction with the known Universe.
DNA of 'an entire nation' assessed
The genetic code of "an entire nation" has effectively been deduced, say researchers in Iceland.
'Cat litter mix' closed nuclear site
A team of experts says a mixture that included organic cat litter forced the closure of the only underground nuclear waste repository in the US.
PayPal fined for illegal payments
PayPal agrees a 5.1m payout over allegations it allowed payments from accounts deemed enemies of the state by the US government.
Flooding hits Chile desert region
Flash floods in one of the driest regions in the world - Chile's Atacama desert - leave two people dead and 24 missing, officials say.
Peruvian mudslide emergency declared
A state of emergency is declared in the Peruvian town of Chosica after it was engulfed by mud and rocks during heavy rain on Monday.
Nigeria rivals sign peace accord
Nigeria's two main presidential candidates sign an agreement to prevent violence in tightly contested elections due on Saturday.
US issues Uganda attack warning
The US embassy in Uganda warns that Westerners - including Americans - may be targeted for terror attacks in the capital, Kampala.
Australia gets controversial data law
The Australian Senate approves legislation requiring internet and mobile phone providers to store customers' metadata for two years.
China's 'magic bunny' goes viral
Pictures of China's endangered Ili Pika have taken social media by storm but its sudden fame may come at a price.
First Europe non-beating heart swap
Surgeons in Cambridgeshire perform the first heart transplant in Europe using a non-beating heart.
Asylum claims 'highest for 22 years'
The UN's refugee agency says the number of refugees seeking asylum in developed countries rose by 45% in 2014, with Germany receiving the most claims.
Hamas rocket attacks 'war crimes'
Rocket and mortar attacks by Palestinian militant groups during last summer's conflict in Gaza amounted to war crimes, Amnesty International says.
US air strikes target IS in Tikrit
The US says it has begun air strikes to try to dislodge Islamic State militants from the Iraqi city of Tikrit, after a request from Baghdad.
Leaders grilled in election special
David Cameron and Ed Miliband are put on the spot over immigration, the EU and spending plans in the first set-piece TV broadcast of the election.
Criminals to pay new court charge
Convicted criminals in England and Wales will have to pay up to 1,200 towards the cost of their court case under new rules, it is revealed.
Japan economy at brink of deflation
Annual core consumer inflation in Japan, the world's third-largest economy, stopped rising for the first time in nearly two years in February.
Airlines change cockpit procedures
Airlines across the world have begun requiring two crew members to always be present in the cockpit, in the wake of the French Alps crash.
Engineer sunk by Petrobras scandal
One of Brazil's biggest engineering companies, Galvao Engenharia, files for bankruptcy protection after Petrobras stopped payments.
France 1-3 Brazil
Brazil record their seventh win since their 2014 World Cup humiliation as they come from behind to beat France in Paris.
Rooney wary of building up Kane
Captain Wayne Rooney warns against putting too much pressure on striker Harry Kane ahead of what could be his England debut.
Hamilton hits trouble in practice
Nico Rosberg sets the pace in first practice at the Malaysian Grand Prix as Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton hits car trouble.
Downton Abbey to end after six series
The next season of ITV's period drama Downton Abbey will be its last, its makers announce.
Fifty Shades director quits sequels
Sam Taylor-Johnson, the director of adult drama Fifty Shades of Grey, will not direct its planned two sequels.
Breaking Bad to get full UK TV run
Cult US drama Breaking Bad is to be broadcast in full on UK terrestrial television for the first time.
VIDEO: Saudi Arabia attacks rebels in Yemen
A coalition of Arab states led by Saudi Arabia have launched air strikes against the Houthi rebels in Yemen, as Jeremy Bowen reports.
VIDEO: Displaced Nigerians struggle to vote
Most internally displaced people in Nigeria live with relatives across the country, this makes it very difficult for many of them to cast their vote. Abdulahi Kaura Abubakar reports.
VIDEO: 'Germanwings co-pilot started descent'
Marseille's public prosecutor Brice Robin says the co-pilot took control of the Germanwings Airbus 320 plane crash and started its descent.
VIDEO: Meet Lesotho's award-winning chef
Ska Mirriam Moteane, renowned chef, cookbook author and entrepreneur in the African mountain kingdom of Lesotho came to fame after winning the 2012 award for Gourmand Best African Cookbook in the World.
VIDEO: Mothers 'desperate' at Myanmar court
Sixty-five students and activists have appeared in court in connection with the violent end to a demonstration two weeks ago in Myanmar.
VIDEO: Grief in Spain at student plane deaths
The German victims of the Alps air crash included 16 pupils returning from an exchange trip in Spain.
VIDEO: 'Everyone is in a state of shock'
A ski patroller from a resort two kilometres from the site of the Germanwings crash tells the BBC the region is shocked by the crash.
VIDEO: Moment Tunisia attack started
A tourist who was in the Bardo museum in Tunis when gunmen opened fire captured the panic on video.
The best thing about Nigeria is...
And nine other great things about Nigeria
Vladimir Putin's formative German years
The shock that left a young KGB officer in fear of people power
Mexico missing students: Fear and distrust six months on
Tensions remain six months after Mexico students vanished
Cunning elite hoard wealth in Angola
The country where a watermelon costs 100 times more than a beer
VIDEO: The life of a rare fruit collector
The life of a rare fruit collector

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 Entertainment News
Downton Abbey to end after six series
The next season of ITV's period drama Downton Abbey will be its last, its makers announce.
Breaking Bad to get full UK TV run
Cult US drama Breaking Bad is to be broadcast in full on UK terrestrial television for the first time.
Clarkson return 'not ruled out'
BBC creative director Alan Yentob says he would not rule out Jeremy Clarkson making a return to the BBC in the future.
Fifty Shades director quits sequels
Sam Taylor-Johnson, the director of adult drama Fifty Shades of Grey, will not direct its planned two sequels.
Online music videos get age ratings
Fans watching music videos on YouTube and Vevo will be presented with cinema-style age certificates from Thursday.
Celine Dion set for Las Vegas return
Canadian singer Celine Dion is returning to the stage in Las Vegas, a year after she put her career on hold "indefinitely" for health and family reasons.
Mad Max return to screen at Cannes
The new Mad Max film, Fury Road, will screen at this year's Cannes Film Festival, organisers confirm.
Zayn Malik leaves One Direction
Zayn Malik has left One Direction, the band says in a statement on their Facebook page.
Germany to return looted Matisse
Germany agrees to return a masterpiece by Henri Matisse, looted by the Nazis, to the family of its original Jewish owner.
Iannucci to make Copperfield film
The Thick of It creator Armando Iannucci is to adapt a new version of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield for the big screen.
Lil' Chris' family moved by tributes
Tributes to singer Lil' Chris have brought "a lot of happiness" to his family, his sister says.
Joan Collins made a dame by prince
Actress Joan Collins says becoming a dame had "never even crossed her mind" as she receives the accolade from the Prince of Wales for services to charity.
Harry Styles breaks down on stage
Harry Styles breaks down in tears on stage at a One Direction concert following Zayn Malik's departure from the band.
VIDEO: Clarkson: 'Leave the producer alone'
Jeremy Clarkson has said that he wants people to stop blaming the producer he hit for his departure from Top Gear.
VIDEO: How to act like Nick Clegg
A new Channel 4 drama charts the days leading up to the decision by the Lib Dems to work with the Conservatives after the 2010 election.
VIDEO: Clarkson return 'cannot be ruled out'
Jeremy Clarkson's return to the BBC cannot be ruled out, the BBC's creative director Alan Yentob tells Newsnight.
VIDEO: BBC boss on 'sacking biggest star'
Director General of the BBC Tony Hall says that Jeremy Clarkson "crossed a line".
VIDEO: Talking Movies: Vertical Cinema
A group of vertical cinema pioneers from Amsterdam are travelling to different cities to promote a new way of watching moving images.
VIDEO: Banderas perfects his pirate part
Antonio Banderas explains how he got into the part of the pirate Burger Beard in the SpongeBob movie
VIDEO: May: 'Dropping Clarkson a tragedy'
Former Top Gear colleague James May has said that the departure of Jeremy Clarkson is a "tragedy".
VIDEO: Clarkson's time as Top Gear host
David Sillito looks back over Jeremy Clarkson's time as Top Gear host.
Branagh's Cinders goes back to basics
Branagh goes back to basics for new Cinderella movie
Top Gear: Who will replace Clarkson?
Who will replace Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear?
Twitter divided over Clarkson sacking
Social media users respond loudly to Clarkson departure
Banderas: Puss, Pirate and Picasso
Banderas on co-starring as a pirate alongside Spongebob
Comedy duo takes us Inside No 9
League of Gentleman duo reveal No 9 secrets
Radio 1 boss: New chart is exciting
Radio 1 boss on the changes to the chart show
The Staves: 'Bon Iver gave us cabin fever'
How recording with Bon Iver nearly drove The Staves crazy

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