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Some papers once again focus on revelations about the Germanwings co-pilot who is believed to have brought down an airliner over the French Alps on Tuesday.
Thousands line the streets in torrential rain in Singapore to see the funeral procession of founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.
An Air Canada aeroplane landing at Halifax 'exits' the runway while landing at Halifax, and reportedly hits a power pylon.
All babies in the UK will soon have a potentially life-saving vaccine against meningitis B after a deal with drug manufacturers, the health secretary says.
Voting is to continue for second day in some parts of Nigeria after technical problems during Saturday's presidential election.
Head teachers in Cheshire warn parents they will report them to the authorities if they allow their children to play computer games rated for over-18s.
The clusters of friends being drawn to jihad in Syria and Iraq
The desk where Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations is finally on public display thanks to a £780,000 grant.
Police investigate alleged death threats against BBC director general Tony Hall, reportedly made after Jeremy Clarkson was dropped from Top Gear.
Yemen's president accuses Iran of destabilising his country, as Saudi Arabia vows to continue air strikes until Yemen is "stable and safe".
Landmarks across the globe have been switching off their lights as part of WWF's Earth Hour, as Alice Baxter reports
The new ScotRail franchise will offer free rail travel to interviews for jobseekers, amongst other passenger benefits announced.
A European police chief says encrypted online communications are the biggest problem faced by security agencies tackling terrorism.
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International observers are in Ukraine to observe a ceasefire, but they say they do not have access to all border crossings.