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House prices across the UK are resuming an upward trend, according to the Nationwide Building Society, with prices rising by 1% in the last month.
The condition of Belgian defender Gregory Mertens worsens after collapsing on the pitch with a heart-related illness.
Why do the Tories think they need a new law to persuade us they won't put up taxes? And is such a law in the national economic interest?
Labour would "protect family budgets" by raising tax credits at least in line with inflation, Ed Miliband will say as the Tories warn Labour would "crash the economy".
Calls are being made for snares to be banned after two runners were caught in the traps in the Peak District.
Floyd Mayweather says Manny Pacquiao will not earn as much as he should from their fight in Las Vegas on Saturday.
Folk dancing, power ballads and hip-hop bands - Ben Dirs on the bright lights and confusion of the super-fight circus.
Unmanned aerial vehicles are being used to help aid relief in Nepal.
Barclays puts another £800m aside, largely to cover potential further legal action and penalties for alleged foreign exchange manipulation.
A yacht which capsized leaving four British sailors missing in the North Atlantic may have been affected by structural weaknesses, an official report says.
Many remote areas of Nepal are still waiting for assistance following Saturday's devastating earthquake.
Saudi Arabia's new king announces a major cabinet reshuffle that paves the way for a new generation of heirs to succeed him.
US President Barack Obama says the US and Japan are working towards a "swift and successful conclusion" to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Aid begins to reach remote areas of Nepal after an earthquake that left 5,000 dead, but many remain in desperate need of food and water.
Further images of potential witnesses are released by the police team tasked with investigating Hillsborough and providing fresh evidence.
Chancellor George Osborne is election campaigning in Wales, stressing key Conservative messages on the economy after disappointing growth figures were released.
As Europe prepares to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, one corner of the battlefield is being excavated.
A fire crime chief says more prosecutions are needed to stop people starting grass fires for fun ahead of a summit on the topic.
The BBC looks at Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, two Australians who have been executed in Indonesia for drug smuggling.
The world's biggest retailer, Walmart, says it plans to open 115 new stores in China by 2017, but will close some under-performing outlets.