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Police Scotland has announced a new investment to tackle the growth in cyber-crime.
People across Scotland will be casting their votes in the UK general election, with 59 Scottish seats up for grabs.
As the WWF releases a report on the economic value of the world's oceans, BBC News looks at their findings, and the value of auditing nature.
Hundreds of babies have been born in Nepal since the earthquake there that killed 7000. BBC News met two of them.
What was the best food photograph of the year?
Millions of people are set to cast their votes in the UK general election with council seats across England also up for grabs.
Kingsley a Nigerian man with an Environmental Science degree took a harrowing boat journey to reach Greece from Turkey, but lost his passport, clothes and money at sea.
As voters go to the polls, the BBC will provide a round-up of some of the non-political stories making the papers, in line with broadcasting rules for election day.
Three members of the so-called Masonic Fraternal Police Department are charged with impersonating law enforcement officers in California.
A newly discovered microbe could help solve one of the most controversial puzzles in modern biology.
Danish spy agency head Jens Madsen resigns, hours before the release of a report into February's fatal shootings in Copenhagen by an Islamist.
Pamela Cookey earns her 99th cap as England beat Trindad and Tobago in Tracey Neville's first game as interim coach.
Lionel Messi strikes twice as Barcelona score three late goals to beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-final first leg.
Electric car maker Tesla reports better-than-expected first quarter results, sending shares up more than 5% in trading after US markets had closed.
A Russian spacecraft that has been out of control since launching last week will fall back to Earth and burn up on Friday, scientists say.
Amir Khan says a September fight with Floyd Mayweather could happen despite previously stating Ramadan might disrupt his training.
A team of Nepalis, backed by groups around the world, are helping guide what aid is needed where by "crisis mapping" Nepal, reports Saira Asher.
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu agrees an 11th-hour deal to form a new coalition government following election in March, sources say.
Sir Elton John says he believes Aids can be eradicated in his lifetime if research funding is continued.
Rupert Wingfield-Hayes visits a vast solar farm in Kagoshima to see how Japan is trying to move on from nuclear power.