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A Greek minister tells the BBC that the "great powers of Europe" need to take more responsibility for the unfolding crisis in the Mediterranean.
Rolls-Royce announces that John Rishton will retire as chief executive on 2 July and be replaced by Warren East.
Toure hints at departure, Lloris to assess future, Torres in Gerrard tribute, Spurs plan clear-out, plus more.
West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels mocks England all-rounder Ben Stokes and his attempts at sledging in the second Test.
A future Labour government would invest £150m a year in cancer diagnostic equipment in England up to 2020, Ed Miliband will say later.
Tesco has reported the worst results in its history with a record statutory pre-tax loss of £6.4bn for the year to the end of February.
Cat Stevens - also known as Yusuf - and Loudon Wainwright III will be presented with lifetime achievement honours later at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in Cardiff.
Two men are charged with murder following the death of a man after a serious assault in Rhondda Cynon Taff.
A number of families are moved from their homes as police investigate reports of an attack on one of their patrols in north Belfast.
Businesses in Wales need to be ready to make the most of investment in major projects like the £1.1bn electrification of the main London to South Wales railway, say experts.
A Conservative plan for regional public sector pay would have removed more than £1bn from the Welsh economy, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg claims.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon dismisses a fresh warning from the Institute of Fiscal Studies that full financial control in Scotland would lead to taxation rises and spending cuts.
Ronnie O'Sullivan believes Reanne Evans should be given the "opportunity" to play against men, and will "do herself justice".
New analysis on air passenger duty blows an Executive report's findings "out of the water", says airport boss
New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key apologises to a waitress at an Auckland cafe after she accuses him of pulling her hair.
A report by Amnesty International and Global Witness alleges that nearly 80% of US firms are failing to adequately check their supply chains for conflict minerals.
A local court in Japan rejects an attempt by local residents to halt the restart of two reactors at the Sendai nuclear plant.
Iran's foreign minister calls for "urgent humanitarian assistance" in Yemen after a Saudi-led coalition ended air strikes against Houthi rebels.
There is a parallel between the rise of Islamic State and the evolution of the IRA in Northern Ireland, says Peter Taylor.
Japan records its first trade surplus in three years due to the effects of the weaker yen and lower oil prices.