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A search is continuing for a convicted murderer who escaped from prison staff.
Australia's PM Tony Abbott says there has been "contact" between Australia and officials in Europe over the Mediterranean migrant crisis.
Tributes are paid to Welsh rugby league player Danny Jones, who died after suffering a suspected cardiac arrest during a game.
France's former National Front leader Jean-Marie Le Pen will hear if he is to lose his post of honorary president after a series of inflammatory remarks.
A specialist team is being set up in north Wales to combat sex crimes against children, the police and crime commissioner's office says.
Tony Miles from Modern Railway Magazine explains how train companies decide when a train is late and why some trains cannot run on time.
Manchester City Women must focus on their FA Women's Cup semi-final and not a possible final to Wembley.
Online retail giant Amazon is raising the minimum spend shoppers must make to qualify for its "super saver" free delivery service.
Women and children who have been held by Boko Haram militants say that some of their group was stoned to death as the Nigerian army approached to rescue them.
Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is to stop using A-levels grades as a way of selecting recruits for graduate jobs.
Peter Moores' selection errors are partly to blame for England's failure to beat West Indies, says Jonathan Agnew.
The AA estimates motorists are losing out to the tune of almost £40m because of the way the new tax disc system works, although the DVLA disputes the figures.
Changes in the Arctic Ocean are so profound that the region is entering what amounts to "a new era", according to Norwegian scientists.
The next generation of voters in Wales may completely ignore formal politics, the Electoral Reform Society warns.
The Liberal Democrats accuse their rivals of planning to use Severn Bridge tolls as a "cash-cow" when they return to public ownership in 2018.
BBC Click challenge some of the world's best players of Segway polo.
Markets in Asia were mostly up on Monday, following stocks in the US, which ended the week higher after recovering losses.
A shortage in councillors means there will be an increase in the number of candidates elected without competition in local elections on 7 May.
The head of Taiwan's ruling party meets Chinese President Xi Jinping, the highest level-talks between the two sides in six years.
Australian Federal Police have defended their cooperation with Indonesia in the case of two drug traffickers who were executed by firing squad last week.