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An urgent appeal is made for a mother after a newborn baby girl is found inside a toilet block in an amusement arcade in Southport.
Staff at the University of Surrey are being balloted on industrial action in a row over job losses.
People in Wales know "more than most the damage Labour can do", David Cameron will say today.
The first televised election debate from Northern Ireland is broadcast, featuring the five main parties.
Ten years on from his world title win, Shaun Murphy talks to Ben Dirs about past mistakes, being a better person, renaissance and finding love.
Labour's Ed Miliband says he will not make a "false promise" over increasing Wales' budget, when challenged in the BBC leaders' debate by Leanne Wood from Plaid Cymru.
Ed Miliband will promise to put an end to long-term unpaid internships if he wins the election, by banning placements that last for more than four weeks.
Police in New Zealand seize 123kg of methamphetamine in drug busts on two apparently unrelated gangs, arresting nine people.
A candlelit vigil is to be held in Glasgow's George Square as an act of remembrance for Irish student Karen Buckley, whose body was found by police on Thursday.
Thousands of people, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, will attend a memorial service for the Germanwings plane crash victims.
China jails a prominent journalist for seven years for leaking a confidential Communist Party strategy paper to a foreign website.
Nearly a quarter of Asian voters do not know which party they will support at the general election, according to a BBC survey.
The head of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim, says he will work with China's new Asian Infrastructure Bank to help fight poverty.
Satellite images show China is making progress on building an airstrip on a reef in disputed territory in the South China Sea, a report says.
A rare outbreak of Asian dog flu has reached almost epidemic levels in Chicago.
A 10-minute summary of the BBC 2015 General Election debate.
Struggling US toymaker, Mattel, saw its sales drop for a sixth consecutive quarter as the appeal of its iconic Barbie doll continues to wane.
A police and crime commissioner says alleged victims of child sex abuse by Lord Janner have been failed by the decision not to charge him.
Voting in the Sudanese elections ends, with only a third of the electorate casting their ballots, according to African Union observers.
What's it like to be crowned the world's best whistler?