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About 2,500 people march in Kenya's Garissa town in a show of defiance against al-Shabab following its deadly assault on a university.
Turkey threatened to ban Google unless it removed links to controversial images of a prosecutor being held at gunpoint.
The Duke of Kent - the Queen's cousin - is expected to leave hospital later following successful treatment for a dislocated hip, Buckingham Palace says.
An 11-year-old Australian boy who went missing during a family camping trip five days ago has been found alive.
China's Olympic gold medal-winning 110m hurdler Liu Xiang announces his retirement from athletics.
Athens says Germany owes Greece nearly 279bn euros in war reparations for the Nazi occupation in World War Two.
Banks owned by African-Americans which serve the black community in the US have been closing down at a rapid pace.
West Horsley Place in Surrey was left to Bamber Gascoigne by his late aunt Mary Duchess of Roxburghe, but comes with a hefty repair bill
UKIP's Nigel Farage is set to expand on his party's commitment to the armed forces, and call for a veterans' minister to be independent of the Ministry of Defence.
A pop up power station that can be set up in a day is being developed by a US startup.
Militants who kidnapped 31 people from a bus in Afghanistan release a video showing one of the hostages being beheaded.
Put your questions to the party leaders during the BBC's live debate.
Jawad Iqbal reviews how shifting religious and geopolitical alliances are fuelling the widespread intra-Islamic turmoil in the Middle East.
Natasha Jonas, the first woman to box for Great Britain at the Olympic Games, retires 16 months before Rio 2016.
Activity in the UK's services sector accelerated in March at its fastest pace since August last year, according to a closely-watched survey.
Police investigate claims that an osprey has returned to a nest near the proposed site of T in the Park festival at Strathallan Castle.
Ricky Gervais is to make a comedy film for streaming service Netflix that will see the star of The Office and Derek appear alongside Australia's Eric Bana.
Police in India say they have killed at least 20 suspected sandalwood smugglers in fierce gunfights in Andhra Pradesh.
Two men who went to sea in a boat they made for £9 are rescued off the Essex coast when their oars break.
Jane Horrocks, Jim Broadbent and Fearne Cotton are to provide voices for the new series of CBeebies show Teletubbies.