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Two men and a woman are arrested in connection with the death of a man in Ballymena, County Antrim.
AP photographers mark 40th anniversary of fall of Saigon
Manny Pacquiao is "100% confident" of beating Floyd Mayweather in their super-fight in Las Vegas on Saturday.
A 15-year-old girl dies after a fall at her north Belfast home.
The Chinese families revealing their internet shopping habits
A rare bird egg is due to be auctioned at Sotheby's in London and it is thought it might fetch up to £50,000.
Ferguson and Baltimore are not the only cities that have seen protests over police violence - so why do we most pay attention when things are burning?
Nigeria's army says it has rescued 200 girls and 93 women but has not confirmed whether the schoolgirls abducted from Chibok are among them.
President Barack Obama says police violence against African-Americans is a "slow-rolling crisis" after riots in Baltimore he blames on "criminals".
Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar pass a combined 100-goal mark as Barcelona pile the pressure on title rivals Real Madrid.
Hull City take a big step towards Premier League survival with a win which severely damages Liverpool's top-four hopes.
Firefighters battle blaze in woods near Ukraine's disused Chernobyl nuclear plant, the site of the worst nuclear disaster in history.
Next Friday, the votes will be in and we will know who the country's MPs are. But we might not be closer to knowing who the government is.
Twitter has reported lower than expected revenue for the first three months of the year, saying that new products sold less well than forecast.
The owner of a local pharmacy shows the BBC the damage done to his business. Meanwhile, residents try to clean up the destruction.
The boss of British Grand Prix venue Silverstone questions the quality of the entertainment Formula 1 provides for its fans.
As the election approaches, Huw Edwards visits the island of Anglesey, which could become a key battleground for votes.
How the BBC's Tom Martienssen escaped Everest avalanche
BBC journalist Thomas Martienssen was in camp one - 800m above base camp when the quake struck.
The US Supreme Court hears arguments in a historic case that could legalise same-sex marriage across a country bitterly divided on the issue.