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Nine people in Kentucky are charged with stealing large quantities of bourbon whiskey worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
As a Japanese magnetic levitation train breaks the world speed record, the BBC reveals the world's fastest passenger trains.
As Saudi Arabia ends its bombing campaign against rebels in Yemen, the BBC's Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen gives his analysis on finding a political solution in Yemen.
West Ham say they will reduce season ticket prices in 2016-17 because of the Premier League's record television deal.
Poland announces a major deal to buy Patriot surface-to-air missiles from the US, amid rising tensions with Russia over the Ukraine crisis.
The US Department of Justice opens an investigation into the death of a black man who died in police custody in Baltimore.
After Aston Villa's FA Cup semi-final success against Liverpool, general election candidates from around Birmingham have been showing off their ball skills.
Finding a final resting places in a crowded city
Neymar's two goals see Barcelona coast past Paris St-Germain and into a third successive Champions League semi-final.
Bayern Munich put in a devastating first-half performance to beat Porto and reach the Champions League semi-finals.
Spain's Guardia Civil has issued video footage which shows police officers swooping on the Alicante villa of one of Britain's most wanted fugitives, and placing him under arrest.
The BBC's Richard Bilton has travelled by helicopter to explore the waters near Libya where so many migrants have died.
Internet search giant Yahoo reports worse-than-expected profits for the first three months of this year, adding to investor concern.
Chris Smith and Tina Daheley are live in Birmingham with young voters talking about some of the issues they have said are most important at this election.
A Saudi-led coalition ends its month-long bombing campaign against rebels in Yemen, saying its aims have been achieved, Saudi TV says.
Queues form outside the Library of Birmingham after its opening hours are cut.
A man accused of attacking two Middlesbrough pensioners on a holiday cruise, tells police he acted in self-defence, a court hears.
Seven policemen are suspended over failures to act on intelligence about a possible attack on Garissa University College where 148 people were killed.
A man arrested on suspicion of murdering his mother and sister on Merseyside is detained under the Mental Health Act, police say.
Former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan is questioned by police for a second time over phone-hacking allegations.