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The average annual income from a standard annuity has fallen to a record low within three weeks of a major overhaul of the pension system.
A firefighter who owned the house in which five people died in an arson attack is to appear in court accused of manslaughter.
All the key stories, quotes and newspaper headlines from the general election campaign on 23 April.
Friday will mark 100 years since thousands of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire were killed. BBC News explains the events, in 60 seconds.
Four people were caught driving at speeds of over 120mph on roads in Wales last year - with one topping 136mph, a road safety charity reveals.
England and Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson is charged with three offences of sexual activity with a child under 16.
Virgil van Dijk, Stefan Johansen, Adam Rooney and Greg Stewart are on the PFA Scotland's top award shortlist.
The White House says a US counterterrorism operation in January killed two hostages who were being held by al-Qaeda in the border region of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Kellie Maloney is returning to boxing as a promoter after undergoing gender reassignment, despite resistance from the top of the sport.
The Calbuco volcano in southern Chile has erupted twice in the space of a few hours - having lain dormant for decades.
Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis was "financially ruined" by his lengthy legal battles, a court hears.
The Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its silver anniversary with a picture featuring a spectacular vista of young stars blazing through a dense cloud of gas and dust.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon condemns social media comments by one of her party's UK election candidates.
Fire crews in south Wales have dealt with more than 700 deliberately-set grass fires this month.
A woman with a shopping trolley is rescued after she "disappeared" into a hole which had opened up in the pavement.
The BBC's Jasmine Coleman looks at proposals for military action to target people smugglers and alternative ideas to stop migrants dying at sea.
Thousands of people are marching in South Africa's main city, Johannesburg, to demand an end to a wave of xenophobic attacks.
This year's BBC Proms features concerts inspired by the Ibiza dance scene, Sherlock Holmes and the Hubble space telescope.
Data which breaks down the UK's fastest broadband areas in terms of party politics has been revealed.
Saudi-led coalition warplanes have struck Houthi rebels across Yemen in fresh raids, two days after announcing the end of a month-long air campaign.