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US President Barack Obama and Cuba's Raul Castro shake hands at the Summit of the Americas in Panama City.
Labour and the Conservatives clash over the NHS, as campaigning continues for the general election.
At least 20 dam construction workers in the south-western Pakistani province of Balochistan have been killed by unknown gunmen, officials say.
Lewis Hamilton continues his imperious form at the Chinese Grand Prix by setting fastest time in final practice before qualifying.
CCTV footage emerges reportedly showing a gang of burglars pulling off the Hatton Garden jewellery robbery.
Nigerians are set to vote for state governors, some of the most powerful politicians in the country, in the final round of a lengthy election process.
A castle in Poland has been transformed into a school of wizardry and for four days sorcerers are taking part in live action role plays.
Seven people, including an Italian girl, are injured on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand after a vehicle explodes, local media report.
Battling to avoid the final curtain at Hull Truck theatre
The photographers trying to photograph every square kilometre of the British Isles
One man's experience of disability and anorexia
President Barack Obama says the days when the United States could meddle in Latin America are past, as a regional conference opens in Panama.
World number one Rory McIlroy says he would need to produce a 14-under-par weekend to have a chance of winning the Masters.
There seems little sign that North Korea is likely to give up its nuclear capability, says Stephen Evans.
Why it's incredible to be a 'brown swan'
A man is due to appear in court after the body of his 95-year-old mother was found at her home.
Thoughtless selfie leads to a happy ending
The theme park where all the staff have dwarfism
Passions are high over Malta bird-hunting vote
Election health pledges, images from the London diamond heist and a look ahead to a big sporting weekend make the front pages.