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Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta announces that he and his cabinet will take pay cuts to help reduce the government's ballooning wage bill.
Inside the mind of the Scandi-drama detective
The annual South by Southwest festival has kicked off in Austin, Texas. The BBC's North America Technology Correspondent Richard Taylor soaks up the atmosphere.
Animated film Room on the Broom scoops a prize at the British Animation Awards, less than a week after losing out at the Oscars.
The hazards of being single, divorced or widowed in India
After ceasing publication last summer, one man has risked all, by reviving the European Rail Timetable, the backpacker's bible
How the InterRail timetable was born again
Saudi Arabia designates the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organisation, along with two jihadist groups fighting with the Syrian rebels.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg are criticised for employing foreign domestic staff after a minister attacked the "metropolitan elite" for using cheap migrant workers.
Mamoru Samuragochi, one of Japan's most famous composers, officially apologises for pretending to be deaf. He was exposed last month by a music teacher, who also claimed that he wrote all of his music for him in secret for 18 years.
An alleged plot to oust some Birmingham head teachers and make their schools adhere to more Islamic principles is being investigated.
A first senior medal at world level could be a stepping stone to Commonwealth glory for Britain's latest heptathlon star
Welcome to the Loop, the Magazine's weekly letters column, including the best of your thoughts on Twitter and Facebook.
There's a zipline between Spain and Portugal, plus more nuggets from the week's news.
Prince Harry has taken to the stage at Wembley Arena to address 12,000 young people taking part in the first We Day UK.
The producers of a new musical based on ITV's X Factor admit there is "still work to do" after an audience was left waiting almost 50 minutes between acts at one performance.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy has had his phone tapped on the orders of judges investigating alleged campaign donations from Libya, it is claimed.
The US economy added 175,000 jobs in February, figures show, but the unemployment rate rose to 6.7%.