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Malawi becomes the first African state to announce the repatriation of its nationals from South Africa, following an upsurge in xenophobic violence.
European Central Bank keeps eurozone interest rates at an all time low of 0.05%.
Indonesia's government summons Saudi Arabia's ambassador in Jakarta to protest against the execution of an Indonesian domestic worker.
The European Union's competition commissioner has announced details of its case against Google over its search engine.
A Queen's guard falls over during the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace.
Andy Moore reports on a video released showing a police vehicle slamming into a suspect at high speed in Arizona.
Greek State Minister Alekos Flambouraris rules out early elections amid speculation over the government's debt negotiations.
Borussia Dortmund call a news conference for 12:30 BST amid reports coach Jurgen Klopp has asked to leave the club.
Tweaking the brain's immune system with a drug has prevented mice developing dementia, a study shows.
Chinese vehicle maker Ninebot has bought iconic US rival Segway for an undisclosed amount, the company announced.
Paul Almond, the Canadian director who started the groundbreaking Seven Up! documentary series about a group of British children, has died aged 83.
Digital music revenues matched physical sales for the first time in 2014, says the music industry body IFPI.
The UN says not enough is being done to save the lives of migrants in the Mediterranean, with 400 feared drowned after their boat capsized.
British troops liberated the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in northern Germany 70 years ago. Graham Satchell has been speaking to one of the survivors.
Iceland's participation in the Eurovision Song Contest could be in doubt because of an ongoing legal strike.
Nokia says it has agreed a deal to buy smaller French rival Alcatel-Lucent in a €15.6bn takeover deal.
It is no surprise that China's growth rate fell to 7% for the first quarter, what is surprising is the changing nature of what's driving growth.
Police in Glasgow are continuing to search for a student who was reported missing after leaving a nightclub in the early hours of Sunday morning.
150 years on and Alice in Wonderland continues to inspire. Tim Muffett meets a new theatrical production celebrating the book.
Scientists have uncovered a vital new insight into the nature of dark matter.