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The crash of a German Airbus A320 in the French Alps dominates Wednesday's papers, with many speculating over the mystery of its final eight-minute descent.
On 24 March 1980 the Archbishop of El Salvador, Oscar Romero, was murdered by death squads. Milagro Grenadas was there.
The $10,000 bag made entirely in the US
Steven Fischer, the creator of a $10,000 luxury leather bag, explains what inspired him.
Why Cuba's only known female boxer has decided to leave
The foods that are said to make babies mischievous and happy
More than 60% of Australia's major organised crime figures are dealing crystal meth - known as "ice" - a new report finds.
Britain's biggest companies have doubled the number of female directors, but some smaller firms still have all-male boards.
Michael Mosley on why he snacked on his own blood
Find out if your personality suits the place you live
Can Clinton shatter the ‘highest, hardest’ glass ceiling?
Is this the sweet shop of the future?
Yemen's embattled President Hadi asks the UN Security Council to back military action by "willing countries" against Houthi rebels.
The UK government has not shown why it needs to spend £50bn building the HS2 rail link between London and the North, says a House of Lords committee.
The governor of Indiana is poised to enact a "religious freedom" law, which opponents say will allow state businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians.
United States Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III says Tiger Woods is confident of qualifying for the 2016 team.
More than 2,000 people attend a show of support in Belfast for a County Antrim bakery which refused to make a cake bearing a slogan supporting gay marriage.
Chile declares a national alert as wildfires sweep through three national parks and reserves in the middle of a long drought.
Belfast Metropolitan College says it may have to cut its workforce by more than 100, to cope with a budget reduction by the Assembly.
US President Obama says prospects for a Mid-East two-state solution are "dim", but says his relations with the Israeli leader are not a problem.