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An exhibit of paintings of world leaders by former US President George W Bush is to open at his presidential library in Texas.
David Cameron rejects criticism of Culture Secretary Maria Miller's apology to Parliament over her expenses, after Labour says the PM let her "off the hook".
Protesters clash with police in Brussels during an anti-austerity rally in the city.
The US economy created 192,000 jobs in March, down slightly from a revised 197,000 figure for February, and the unemployment rate held at 6.7%.
Boston Bob wins the Melling Chase in the main race on day two of the Grand National meeting at Aintree.
A German technology firm have developed a digital marsupial, a robotic kangaroo that can leap and land with precision.
Sir Bruce Forsyth is stepping down as host of Strictly Come Dancing, the BBC confirms.
An Afghan police commander kills a veteran Associated Press photojournalist and wounds her colleague a day before presidential polls.
Great Britain slip 1-0 down in their Davis Cup quarter-final tie against Italy as James Ward loses 6-4 2-6 6-4 6-1 to Fabio Fognini.
The Independent MSP Margo MacDonald, who was suffering from Parkinson's disease, has died.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says Peter Robinson "has crossed the line" by saying they had reached agreement on welfare reform.
US President Barack Obama signs an order authorising sanctions against anyone aggravating the conflict in South Sudan.
Mourinho faces up to selling Oscar, Man City want Falcao, Konoplyanka to Liverpool back on, plus more.
Mali is on alert over the deadly Ebola virus after three suspected cases were reported near the border with Guinea, where 86 people have died.
The Princess Royal says gassing could be the most humane way to control the badger population and stop the spread of bovine TB.
An ex-teacher at a Birmingham school alleged to be the target of a 'Islamist takeover' claims it began 20 years ago.
EU funding for a scheme to refurbish shops and business premises in two Pembrokeshire towns is suspended.
Department store chain House of Fraser is poised to be sold to Chinese company Sanpower, the BBC understands.
Nama, the Republic of Ireland's state-controlled "bad bank", sells its entire Northern Ireland loan portfolio for around £1bn.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says it is time for a "reality check" in the Israel-Palestinian peace process amid a deep crisis in the talks.