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Cape Town ready to try extradited British suspect
Afghan and Western leaders welcome the end of voting in Afghanistan's presidential election, which saw more than seven million Afghans take part.
Churches and faith groups are calling for the role of religion to be recognised in any written constitution for Scotland.
Could live theatre be the best way to engage children's passion for science?
In just three months in 1994, some six million Rwandans were displaced and more than 800,000 were killed.
The Fidesz party of Hungary's populist Prime Minister Viktor Orban is tipped to win a second successive term in general elections on Sunday.
The winner of The Voice is crowned by public vote after Sally, Christina, Jamie and Jermain made the live final of the BBC talent show.
The French government pulls out of 20th anniversary commemorations for the Rwandan genocide after comments by President Paul Kagame.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport is to investigate after a hacker posted rogue tweets about Maria Miller on its Twitter account.
Malaysians start to question their country's love of the cane
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg says he expects a "close, tough race" with team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix.
One Afghan tells the BBC about his experience of voting in the country's presidential election.
Chelsea return to the Premier League summit with victory over Stoke after an impressive display by Mohamed Salah.
Police in Colombia arrest a man suspected of throwing acid at a woman's face, in a case that has caused outrage across the country.
Leaders of Thailand's pro-government "red shirt" movement warn that any bid to oust Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra could trigger a civil war.