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Former England and Liverpool forward John Barnes says black managers struggle to find a new job after being sacked by a club.
The general election campaign gets under way in Wales with Conservative and Labour launches.
On the first day of the election campaign, Ed Miliband is attempting to cover what many see as a weak flank.
A blogger has been hacked to death in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, weeks after a prominent atheist writer was killed in a similar attack.
A man is charged over the abduction of a six-year-old girl who was taken in a car in Burnley.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is found guilty of fraud and breach of trust in a retrial after being cleared in 2012.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone talks about his new app, Super.
Australia has introduced a new rule to ensure two people are in the cockpit at all times, following the Germanwings air crash last week.
Aberdeen University is to cut about 150 jobs as part of efforts to save tens of millions of pounds in the coming months.
One of the groups being targeted by the political parties is the vote of the elderly.
Nicolas Sarkozy's UMP party look set for victory in France's local elections, exit polls suggest.
Former world number one Tiger Woods drops out of the top 100 in the rankings for the first time since 1996.
Reality TV star Katie Hopkins is accused of inciting racial hatred in Rochdale by Labour MP Simon Danczuk.
Researchers in Denmark have discovered that porpoises can adjust the beams of sound they use to hunt.
President Obama had a near miss as he slightly stumbled while stepping out of Air Force One.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg say Ferrari are genuine rivals after Sebastian Vettel's impressive victory in Malaysia.
PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton writes to every home in Northern Ireland about what forthcoming policing changes will mean for the public.
A man in his 50s is seriously injured after is was shot in the face in a north Belfast gun attack.
Scotland's political parties take to the streets of the country on the first official day of the General Election campaign.
A regular survey of Scotland's construction industry by the Scottish Building Federation finds confidence at a record high.