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The detective leading the investigation into the murder of former senior IRA man Gerard 'Jock' Davison describes the inquiry as "very challenging".
Plans to hold a referendum on EU membership are unhelpful for businesses in Wales and could lead to reduced investment, according to an industry body.
Plans for a law to ensure Welsh hospitals have enough nurses on duty at all times are backed by AMs.
The Stroke Association says the number of strokes suffered by men in Northern Ireland aged between 40 and 54 has more than doubled over the last 12 years.
Eurostar's problem with collectors of old artillery
Picasso's Women of Algiers has become the most expensive painting to sell at auction, going for $179.3m (£115m) at Christie's in New York.
Asian shares trade mixed after a lacklustre lead from Wall Street as confidence was dampened by uncertainty over Greece's debt deal.
An exhibition of pictures by the Irish photographer
The funeral of BBC Radio Derby presenter Colin Bloomfield, who died of cancer aged 33, is due to take place later.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is to hold talks in Russia - on his first visit to the country since the start of the Ukraine crisis in early 2014.
Films to watch out for in Cannes festival
Hopes that President Rouhani would oversee a fall in the number of executions in Iran have been dashed, says Rana Rahimpour.
Michael Stephens, head of Royal United Services Institute in Qatar assesses Saudi Arabia's military intervention in Yemen.
Would your child go off with a stranger?
Newsnight looks at why published polls ahead of the general election proved to be a bad prediction of the results.
The BBC's Tom Burridge has spent the past month in eastern Ukraine. Here is his snapshot assessment of the latest situation on the ground.
Some in Nepal are starting to rebuilding their lives, but Jhalak Bahadur's family lost everything.
Picasso's Women of Algiers becomes the most expensive painting to sell at auction, going for $179.3m at Christie's in New York.
There has been an "alarming" rise in the number of working-age men and women in England having strokes in recent years, a charity warns.
Colombia's armed forces arrest 59 people in a major crackdown on illegal mining in the Amazon rainforest financing Farc guerrillas.