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Six people remain in hospital after a fatal crash that claimed the lives of two men in Ballycastle, County Antrim.
Tiger Woods believes he now has the "right game" to win a 15th major as he declared himself ready for the Masters.
US parcels delivery firm FedEx is to buy Dutch rival TNT Express for €4.4bn (£3.22bn) as it looks to expand its European operations.
Michelle Obama danced on stage on Easter Sunday for her "Let's Move!" initiative encouraging children to exercise and eat healthily.
The original manuscript to Don McLean's iconic song American Pie is up for auction in New York - with an estimated value of $1.5m.
The former mayor of Nanjing, Ji Jianye, is sentenced to 15 years in jail for corruption, the latest official felled by China's crackdown.
Campaigning for the general election steps up a gear after Easter, with 30 days to go until polling day.
The nuclear power industry linked to the planned new Wylfa plant on Anglesey could be worth £5.7bn to the Welsh economy, says an independent report.
Veteran caddie Carl Jackson on a lifelong love affair with the Masters, two Green Jackets and half a century of social change at Augusta.
Islamic radicalisation in England's prisons is getting worse, the former head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office warns.
An 11-year old Australian boy with autism who went missing at a campsite in Victoria, Australia, is found after five days.
The naked bodies of a man and woman are found in trunks in the Indian state of Haryana in what police suspect is a case of honour killing.
Malaysia passes a controversial anti-terrorism bill, reintroducing detention without trial, which officials say is needed to tackle Islamic extremism.
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