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A former prisoner details how he saw the reality of Islamic radicalisation grow during his 15-year sentence.
England ease through day one of a St Kitts & Nevis XI warm-up with Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott in form and Ben Stokes taking 3-10.
Dancers defy New York City subway ban
Dancing on the subway is illegal in New York City. But it can be the key to a good income - and internet fame.
Likely US presidential candidate Jeb Bush comes clean about accidentally identified himself as Latino when completing a voter registration form in 2009.
Bees prompted screams from children listening to President Barack Obama's story during the White House Easter egg roll in Washington.
The Duke of Kent - the Queen's cousin - is in hospital with a hip injury, Buckingham Palace confirms.
The DR Congo government is urged to investigate more than 400 bodies found in an unmarked burial ground in the capital Kinshasa.
Thousands of people are fleeing the conflict in Yemen between Houthi rebels and government forces, with many of them arriving in neighbouring Djibouti.
Manchester City's hopes of retaining the Premier League title suffer another blow with a 2-1 defeat at Crystal Palace.
Who might deny Rory McIlroy Augusta's Green Jacket? Iain Carter rates the young guns, the old guard and players in their prime.
The UN demands humanitarian access to "desperate" Palestinian refugees in the Yarmouk camp in Damascus, amid an assault by Islamic State.
A woman in her 50s dies following a fire at a house in Antrim.
How will California enforce its strict water rules?
Liverpool need to break their wage structure if they are to win the league, according to former player Ray Houghton.
The BBC's Emmanuel Igunza reports from Nairobi in Kenya on the anguish and anger of relatives trying to trace their loved ones following the al-Shabab killings which left 148 people dead at Garissa University last week.
Large parts of the UK enjoy a warm Easter weekend
Dave Edwards grabs a late winner to help Wolves beat Leeds to move into the top six.
An Islamist rebel group is believed to have kidnapped some 300 Kurdish men in northwest Syria in return for the release of some of its members.
Malky Mackay is sacked as Wigan manager after just under five months in charge of the Championship strugglers.