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As the conflict in Yemen rages, guards protecting Saudi Arabia's border are on high alert for attacks by Houthi rebels.
A campaign is under way to have the Catholic priest who stayed aboard the Titanic instead of taking a lifeboat seat made a saint.
George Osborne has been tackled by the BBC's Andrew Marr on the Conservative Party's announcement that it would put £8bn more into the NHS should it remain in power after the election.
Malta looks set to narrowly reject proposals to ban controversial spring hunting, during which migrating birds are shot before they can breed.
Lewis Hamilton rejects claims from Nico Rosberg that he tried to compromise his Mercedes' team-mate during the Chinese Grand Prix.
A man and a woman are killed in separate road crashes in the County Tyrone towns of Strabane and Cookstown.
A seven-year-old boy who fell to his death on a skiing holiday in the French Alps is named locally as Carwyn Scott-Howell from Brecon.
An organisation that provides science and technology programmes to schools across Northern Ireland warns that budget cuts mean it will have to scrap some of its programmes.
Lewis Hamilton takes a controlled victory for Mercedes in the Chinese Grand Prix as the Ferrari revival is stopped in its tracks.
The French government has designated an area for homeless migrants in Calais on what was an old dumping ground - and those living there have no power and no accommodation.
Safety barriers are being installed on The Kingsway in Swansea ahead of a council meeting on potential changes to the road layout following two deaths.
The Australian government announces its intention to stop welfare payments to parents who refuse to vaccinate their children.
The family of the late former Australian cricket captain and legendary commentator Richie Benaud declines PM Tony Abbott's offer of a state funeral.