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More than 100 airlines will be represented at a major conference on air routes to be staged in Belfast.
Great Britain's double Olympic champion Mo Farah will run in the 1500m at the Birmingham Grand Prix on 7 June.
Shaun Murphy opens up a 6-2 lead over Barry Hawkins in the semi-final of the World Championship at the Crucible.
Newcastle boss John Carver is to meet two disgruntled fans "for a cup of tea" to discuss their grievances.
Modifying the DNA of embryos is a "line that should not be crossed" and poses serious safety and ethical issues, a leading figure in US research says.
Amateur video shows climbers on Mount Everest running for cover as an avalanche triggered by the Nepal earthquake approaches their camp.
Images from the campaign trail: 30 April
An arms dump explodes in Deir Ezzor province in eastern Syria, killing 25 Islamic State (IS) militants, according to a UK-based activist group.
A previously unpublished picture has been found showing an RAF crew preparing for the very last RAF wartime bombing raid against Nazi Germany.
Jessica Ennis-Hill says she is learning to cope with the expectations on her to be the athlete she was in London 2012.
Police in Germany believe they have foiled a terror plot after seizing weapons and explosives in an apartment near Frankfurt, local media say.
Hundreds of Gurkhas march in London to remember comrades who have sacrificed their lives for Britain.
A diabetic woman is the first in the world to give birth naturally after using an artificial pancreas while pregnant, experts say.
Nigel Farage accuses the BBC of "bias" in its coverage of UKIP's election campaign.
Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson apologises for calling a journalist an "ostrich", "stupid" and "daft".
Two men who blew up at cash machines at banks in south Wales and stole more than £80,000 are jailed.
No action will be taken against a website supporting rapist Ched Evans following an inquiry into whether his victim was identified.
David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg are to be quizzed by a BBC Question Time audience later, the final leaders' TV event - a week before polling day.
Arsenal ban the mother of young player Ainsley Maitland-Niles after she confronted executive Dick Law and the player's agent.
A South African court grants a terminally ill man the right to die, in a landmark ruling on assisted suicide.