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Does being a 'normal bloke' win votes?
An Australian "wellness" blogger who built a successful business on claims she survived terminal cancer admits she lied about having the disease.
Music is helping to transform the lives of young people in a Kenyan slum.
Javier Hernandez strikes late as defending champions Real Madrid defeat Atletico Madrid 1-0 to reach the Champions League semi-finals.
A fugitive in Kentucky turns himself into authorities after decades on the run, in order to get medical care.
Social networking giant Facebook reports better-than-expected first quarter profits as well as growing monthly active users.
Floyd Mayweather's unbeaten record is 'a massive burden' but he can still beat Manny Pacquiao on 2 May, says Joe Calzaghe.
Juventus reach the Champions League semi-final first the first time since 2003 after a goalless draw in Monaco.
Gordon Brown accuses David Cameron of stirring up English nationalism, and the SNP of misleading people over its offer to back a Labour-led administration.
Pope Francis will travel Cuba in September ahead of his visit to the United States, the Vatican announces.
Three-time London Marathon winner Paula Radcliffe says she will enter this year's race "unfit", but healthy.
A teenage girl who was removed from a plane bound for Turkey by police after being "radicalised" has learned her lesson, a judge is told.
A judge approves a plan worth $1bn (£664.6m) to compensate former American football players with head injuries.
Russia's new opposition coalition, which includes activist Alexei Navalny, says it will fight for election in three regions this autumn.
Italian coastguards have rescued hundreds more migrants trying to get to Europe from North Africa.
A Chicago-bound plane is forced to make an emergency landing in Buffalo, New York, after suffering a "pressurisation problem," officials say.
Five years after Congress gave them new powers, American prosecutors are finally charging the traders they say "spoof" the market.
Dane leads charge against Google and Gazprom
Stegosaurs may have sported quite different shaped bony plates on their backs, depending on whether they were male or female, new research claims.
Google announces Project Fi, a mobile network that will piggyback existing services in the US but offer different terms.