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About 200 students tried to break through police lines in the central town of Letpadan.
Too many payday lenders are still failing to be fair to customers who have fallen into arrears, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
Some of England's most vulnerable children are not receiving a high enough standard of care according to an Ofsted report out on Tuesday.
Three people are charged with gross negligence manslaughter after the death of an 86-year-old woman at a Nottingham care home.
Solar Impulse is back in the air on the second leg of its historic attempt to fly around the world - crossing water from Oman to India.
Ireland's hopes of reaching the World Cup quarter-finals suffer a blow as India seal a fifth straight win.
A second alleged sex abuse victim who claims to have been raped by a member of the IRA speaks out to criticise how republicans dealt with his case.
The Lib Dems say there is a dispute with their Conservative coalition partners over proposed pay rises for teachers.
Students clash with riot police in the town of Letpadan, Myanmar, as they try to continue their protest march to Yangon.
A development bank for businesses is expected to be recommended by a panel of experts, BBC Wales understands.
A suicide bomber kills one civilian and injures at least 24 police at a police base in Egypt's restive Sinai peninsula, security officials say.
Jimmy Thoronka was Sierra Leone's top sprinter, but after last summer's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, he went missing, John Maguire went to hear his story.
Prudential boss Tidjane Thiam will leave the insurance firm to take the top job at Credit Suisse later this year, the Swiss bank says.
Detectives make a fresh appeal for information about the murder of a 27-year-old man who was shot dead by soldiers in County Tyrone more than 40 years ago.
The Northern Ireland first and deputy first ministers fly to the United States later as a new question mark hangs over the Stormont institutions.
Almost two-thirds of Scots think immigration should be cut, with women and older people more likely to be opposed to it, according to a BBC poll.
The saga of the £1bn M4 relief road is taking another twist with an environmental group going to court to challenge how the decision to go ahead was made.
With Manchester United's last trophy chance over, Phil McNulty asks if Louis van Gaal can rescue his side's season.
A New Zealand national farming body and dairy giant Fonterra are sent threats to poison milk powder in an apparent pesticide protest, say officials.
Investigations are continuing into a crash which killed four people and left three others in hospital.