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  1. Nepal quake relief drive intensifies

    Rescue efforts in Nepal intensify after more than 1,800 people were killed in the country's worst earthquake in more than 80 years.
  2. Labour plan to cap rental increases

    Private landlords would not be able to increase rents by more than inflation for three years under Labour plans to give tenants more security.
  3. Cameron sets out '100 day' Tory plan

    David Cameron says wages, welfare, housing and childcare will be at the heart of the Conservatives' programme for government in its first 100 days if it wins an outright victory.
  4. Vault owner 'not contacted by police'

    The director of the Hatton Garden Safety Deposit vault tells the BBC he has not been contacted by police investigating the heist.
  5. Baltimore anger over 'racist police'

    Protesters gather in Baltimore to condemn police violence a week after Freddie Gray, a black man, died after sustaining injuries in police custody.
  6. Russians 'accessed Obama's emails'

    Russian hackers who gained access to the White House computer system last year were able to read President Obama's unclassified emails, reports say.
  7. Anderson leads England to victory

    James Anderson inspires England to a nine-wicket win over West Indies on the final day of the second Test.
  8. Row over second referendum warning

    Labour and the SNP clash on the issue of a second independence referendum as general election campaigning continues in Scotland.
  9. Murder victim found dismembered

    The murder victim whose body was found in a flat in Pontypridd is named as Tracey Woodford as police reveal she was dismembered.
  10. VW chairman resigns in power struggle

    Ferdinand Piech, the chairman of VW, Europe's biggest carmaker, resigns after a power struggle with his chief executive.
  11. Music boss tops Britain's rich list

    Warner Music owner Len Blavatnik is Britain's richest man with a £13.17bn fortune, taking top spot from the Hinduja brothers, according to the Sunday Times.
  12. 'Shaken to the core'

    The earthquake in Nepal is Sunday's top story, with the papers highlighting missing Britons, as well as fearing that a humanitarian crisis may unfold in the disaster's aftermath.
  13. The gunmen of Aden who keep saying sorry

    As fighting raged in the Yemeni port of Aden this last week, the BBC's Orla Guerin made a brief visit from nearby Djibouti - in a cargo boat.
  14. Kazakhs find uneven playing field in Russia's trading bloc

    Only months after its launch, the new Russian-sponsored Eurasian Economic Union is not going as planned in Kazakhstan. The BBC's Abdujalil Abdurasulov finds out why.
  15. Why Nepal is so vulnerable to quakes

    The Magnitude 7.8 Nepal earthquake has occurred in what is one of the most seismically active regions in the world.
  16. How do drone strikes go wrong?

    After two individuals, Warren Weinstein and Giovanni Lo Porto, are killed in a raid, questions are raised about US counterterrorism.
  17. PM's 'brain fade' over football team

    David Cameron comes under fire from Twitter users after saying in a speech that he supported West Ham - when he is an Aston Villa fan.
  18. VIDEO: Couple plan to be oldest newlyweds

    Two elderly lovebirds from East Sussex are set to become the world's oldest newlyweds when they tie the knot in June.
  19. Hawkins wins tense Crucible thriller

    Barry Hawkins fights back for a 13-11 win over Mark Allen, while Ronnie O'Sullivan takes command against Matthew Stevens.
  20. London set for 'greatest ever race'

    Defending champion Wilson Kipsang and world record holder Dennis Kimetto will go head-to-head at Sunday's London Marathon.
  21. Farewell to the 'invincible' McCoy

    There was no fairytale final winner but after 20 titles and over 4,300 victories the retiring AP McCoy was afforded a hero's farewell.
  22. How much for Hazard? '£100m per leg'

    Eden Hazard would cost Real Madrid £200m if they wanted to try and buy him from Chelsea, says Blues boss Jose Mourinho.
  23. FA Trophy winners 'face relegation'

    Players from North Ferriby United - the FA Trophy winners - claim the club faces voluntary relegation from the Conference North.
  24. 'Inconsistency' in air duty refunds

    Parents due partial refunds on their children's air tickets face a variety of ways to claim the money.
  25. Nasdaq and S&P 500 at record highs

    The Nasdaq and S&P 500 close at new record highs after US tech firms report strong first quarter profits.
  26. First black or Asian PM 'to be Tory'

    The first black or Asian prime minister will be Conservative, David Cameron says, in a speech on opportunities for ethnic minority Britons.
  27. EU exit nothing to fear, says Farage

    UKIP leader Nigel Farage accuses the "political class" of lacking confidence in British businesses and says the UK can go it alone outside the EU.
  28. Miliband warns of 'two-tier' NHS

    Labour says leading English hospitals saw income from private patients rise by 58% since 2010 - but the Lib Dems accuse the party of "rank hypocrisy".
  29. Hope over child malaria vaccine tests

    Final clinical trials of a malaria vaccine - the first to reach this stage - suggest it could protect one third of children against malaria, according to data published in The Lancet.
  30. Pupils sent to Sikh school in shortage

    More than 20 pupils have been allocated to a Sikh-ethos free school in Leeds that they did not choose, amid a squeeze on places.
  31. Railway rules thwart student adverts

    Student posters calling MPs who broke their 2010 tuition fee promise "liars" have been removed from railway stations in England.
  32. Valve expands Steam 'mod' market

    Game maker Valve has expanded its online store to let players who make 'mods' for games sell their creations.
  33. Rail upgrade 'raises hack risks'

    A government adviser warns that a new hi-tech rail signalling system could be hacked by terrorists to cause train crashes.
  34. Hastings fishermen seek 'fair share'

    In the tightly contested seat of Hastings and Rye, it is the topic of fishing quotas that has become a key election issue
  35. 'We print people': The world of 3D portraiture

    An up-close encounter with the growing business of little, 3D-printed portraits. Cool or just a little bit creepy?
  36. Bruce Jenner: I am a woman

    The reality TV star and Olympic gold medallist says he still has male body parts but considers himself female.
  37. MasterChef 2015 winner crowned

    A data manager from Oldham has been crowned champion of MasterChef 2015.
  38. 10 things we didn't know last week

    The taste of shipwrecked champagne, and other news nuggets.
  39. Go Figure: The week in numbers

    The week's big numbers, visualised.
  40. BBC presenter dies from skin cancer

    Popular radio presenter and football commentator Colin Bloomfield dies aged 33 after a battle with cancer.
  41. Premature baby couple stuck in Spain

    A couple from Bolton whose baby was born 12 weeks prematurely on holiday in Spain say they could be stranded there for three months.
  42. Man killed in van crash named

    A man has died following a one-vehicle crash involving a van near Lauder in the Borders, police say.
  43. Thousands pedal on parliament

    Thousands of people from across Scotland converge on Holyrood in the fourth annual Pedal on Parliament event.
  44. Ex-soldier in court over shooting

    A former soldier appears in court charged with the attempted murder of a man who was shot dead by soldiers in County Armagh more than 40 years ago.
  45. Tributes to GAA man killed in crash

    Tributes are paid to Fermanagh hurler Shane Mulholland, who died in a road crash in County Fermanagh on Friday night.
  46. More trains after rugby overcrowding

    Extra trains are laid on to get rugby supporters to Cardiff for the Judgement Day games after services became overcrowded.
  47. Lib Dem veterans commissioner plan

    A veterans commissioner should be created to help those who have served in the military, the Liberal Democrats say.
  48. Burundi president seeks third term

    Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza is nominated as a candidate for a third term in office, a move his opponents say is unconstitutional.
  49. Malawians boycott South African shops

    South African-owned shops in Malawi stay closed after calls for a boycott from activists angered at recent xenophobic attacks.
  50. Gallipoli tributes to Anzac 'heroes'

    Australia and New Zealand hold ceremonies to mark the centenary of the military landings at Gallipoli during the First World War.
  51. Kazakh leader seeks five more years

    Kazakhstan votes in elections likely to extend the 26-year rule of President Nursultan Nazarbayev for another five years.
  52. Putin-backed bikers head for Berlin

    An ultra-patriotic Russian bike club begins a controversial ride to Berlin, despite Polish warnings that it will not allow them across the border.
  53. Bloody riots mar Belgrade derby

    The start of the Belgrade derby between Red Star and Partizan was delayed for 45 minutes following serious crowd trouble.
  54. Chile volcano causes flight problems

    The eruption of the Calbuco volcano in southern Chile is causing many international flights to be delayed or cancelled.
  55. Mango-thrower gets presidential flat

    Venezuela's President Maduro allocates a woman a flat, after she hits him on the head with a mango.
  56. Syria Islamists take northern town

    Islamist rebels have captured much of the north-western Syrian town of Jisr al-Shughur from government forces, activists say.
  57. Yemen ex-leader appeals for calm

    Yemen's former president calls on his Houthi rebel allies to withdraw from territory they have seized in return for a halt to Saudi air strikes.
  58. Canada bails ex-Guantanamo detainee

    A Canadian court grants bail to a former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr until he completes his appeal against his US conviction.
  59. 'Twin' tumour found in woman's head

    California doctors have removed what they call an embryologic twin living deep inside the brain of a student who had health problems.
  60. Week in pictures: 18-24 April 2015

    A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
  61. In pictures: Sony World Photography Awards 2015

    Ebola, Molotov cocktails and prom night feature in winning images
  62. Election 2015 in pictures: 24 April

    Images from the campaign trail: 24 April
  63. In pictures: Calbuco volcano eruption

    Red alert as Calbuco volcano erupts in Chile
  64. In pictures: 25 years of Hubble

    Ten amazing pictures of our Universe, taken by the Hubble space telescope.
  65. In pictures: Stairway to Heaven

    Finding a final resting places in a crowded city
  66. In pictures: Earth's beauty

    To celebrate Earth Day, Nasa releases some of its best pictures
  67. Election 2015 in pictures: 23 April

    Images from the campaign trail: 23 April
  68. VIDEO: Finance Bill second reading

    MPs pass the Finance Bill at second reading.
  69. VIDEO: Putin's 'Hells Angels' ride on Berlin

    A Russian biker group, famed for their patriotism, have set off from Moscow hoping to recreate the route taken by the Red Army 70 years ago and travel to Berlin.
  70. VIDEO: Cameron's football 'brain fade'

    David Cameron makes a slip up in a speech on diversity, saying he is a West Ham supporter, when he is actually an Aston Villa fan.
  71. VIDEO: Farage 'fighting fit' for election

    UKIP leader Nigel Farage has admitted to being "in a great deal of pain" at the start of the election campaign and is now "fighting fit".
  72. VIDEO: Services mark Gallipoli 100 years on

    Services are taking place around the world to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign, one of the bloodiest battles of World War One.
  73. VIDEO: Warning over Chile's Calbuco volcano

    People living close to the Calbuco volcano in the south of Chile have been warned that it might erupt again at some point soon.
  74. VIDEO: Bruce Jenner: Living as a woman

    The US Olympic gold medallist and reality TV personality, Bruce Jenner, has said he is transgender and identifies as a woman.
  75. VIDEO: A marathon every day... for a year

    Most of those taking part in Sunday's London Marathon will have spent all year working towards the big race but one man certainly stands out from the crowd.
  76. VIDEO: App that lets you stream live video

    BBC Click's Kate Russell tests an app that lets you stream live video from your handset.
  77. In the Hatton Garden raiders' footsteps

    'What I learned retracing the Hatton Garden thieves' footsteps'
  78. The people who race mobility scooters

    The people who pimp, race and crash mobility scooters
  79. Hunting whales with rowing boats and spears

    The men who hunt huge prey with rowing boats and spears
  80. The allure of the good-looking runner

    Why good-looking runners attract more donations
  81. Weekend edition: The best of the week's reads

    The best of the week's reads
  82. VIDEO: Trends of the week - in 60 seconds

    Lindsey Lohan's fail and others in 60 seconds
  83. 'Paula got people off their bums'

    Paula deserves grand London Marathon send-off

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