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Ukraine suspends operations against pro-Russian militants occupying government offices in the east over Easter, but the stand-off remains.
An air strike kills at least 13 suspected al-Qaeda militants in central Yemen, with some reports saying three civilians also died.
The Welsh Rugby Union is set to appoint its first woman board member in its 133 year history.
A tower block in Edinburgh was evacuated as bomb disposal crews investigated the discovery of "suspicious items".
People convicted of commercial crimes overseas could be banned from running UK firms in an attempt to tackle "rogue directors", Business Secretary Vince Cable says.
Ronnie O'Sullivan says he may not have the motivation to equal Stephen Hendry's record of seven World Championship titles.
Taxpayers' personal financial data could be shared with private firms and researchers, Revenue & Customs says, despite concerns over privacy and security.
The search resumes for three missing local guides after an avalanche kills 13 Sherpas on the slopes of Mount Everest.
The BBC's Irene Caselli reports that silicone buttock silicone injections are causing health issues in Venezuela
Posters and leaflets have appeared in Donetsk, Eastern Ukrainian, demanding Jews register, pay a new tax or leave, because of 'their support for the Kiev government'.
The search area for the missing Malaysian plane has narrowed and will be at "a critical juncture" in the next two days, says the transport minister.
Snooker World Champion Steve Davis is taking his love of the sport into schools in the hope of improving students' maths skills.
Lewis Hamilton takes his third pole position in four races with a stunning performance in qualifying at the Chinese Grand Prix.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit an air base in Queensland on day four of their tour of Australia.
The Daily Express says people are releasing equity from homes to "top up" their pensions, while other papers are concerned about state intrusion into privacy.
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A 7.2-magnitude earthquake hits states in south and west Mexico, shaking buildings in the capital, but there are no reports of casualties or damage.
A powerful earthquake has struck Mexico City, shaking buildings and causing widespread panic.
The UN expresses outrage at a deadly attack on one of its bases in South Sudan, saying it could "constitute a war crime".
On International Circus Day, author Jeremy Clay recounts the tale of an escaped lion and a spa stay that proved rather less than stress-free.