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An extra £3m is being invested to encourage more women, girls, ethnic minorities and disabled people to take up sport in Wales.
Teams searching for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are to deploy the Bluefin-21 robotic submarine for the first time.
Northern Ireland private sector firms reported the fastest rate of employment growth of all UK regions last month, according to new data from the Ulster Bank.
A Utah woman faces murder charges after the bodies of seven babies are found in cardboard boxes in her garage of her former home.
Will.i.am has been talking to Newsbeat about how digital downloading has changed the face of music.
Events in Ukraine are back on the front pages while the Duchess of Cambridge's quashing of pregnancy speculation and Mo Farah's London Marathon efforts also make headlines.
New opening hours for GP surgeries in England will benefit seven million patients, far more than originally planned, the government says.
At least three people have been shot dead in attacks at a Jewish community site and a retirement home in Kansas City in the US Midwest.
At least three people are shot dead at a Jewish community campus and a retirement home in Kansas City in the US Midwest.
A large and moving forest fire kills at least 12 people in Chile's port city of Valparaiso and forces more than 10,000 people to evacuate.
The widening gap between Moscow and the West over Ukraine
A Chinese consortium buys Glencore Xstrata's copper mine in Peru in a $6bn (£3.6bn) all-cash deal, marking one of China's largest mining acquisitions.
Public services still need to learn lessons from the Stafford Hospital scandal on how to handle complaints, says a committee of MPs.
Paolo Nutini tells how he wants to try and win people over again
Did a 1992 fraud trial put City titans beyond the reach of law?
Syria's President Assad claims his government has gained the upper hand in the civil war which has raged for more than three years.
The men who got rich selling empty space
Can coal become the low carbon energy of the future?
The Book of Mormon dominates the musical categories at the 2014 Olivier Awards, while political drama Chimerica is main winner with five prizes.
UK drug company GlaxoSmithKline is facing a criminal investigation in Poland for allegedly bribing doctors, BBC Panorama discovers.