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Alan Shearer explains why Eden Hazard is a worthy winner of the PFA Player of the Year award and says other accolades await the Belgian.
Backpacking around China in a wheelchair
SBS sports presenter Scott McIntyre is sacked for "disrespectful" tweets about Anzac Day, the Australian broadcaster says.
Scientists' camera traps offer a snapshot into the secret lives of wildlife inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.
The Australian pair keeping traditional printing alive
How do last week's Baltimore protests compare to those in Ferguson?
Having a strong economy "matters more than anything", David Cameron says as he insists there is "no lack of drive" in the Conservative campaign.
Nepal's devastating magnitude-7.8 earthquake on Saturday was primed over 80 years ago by its last massive earthquake in 1934, geologists working in the region say.
Many of the dozens of historic temples and other landmarks in Nepal's Kathmandu valley have been reduced to rubble by the earthquake that shook large areas of the country.
Unique fashions at the 35th London Marathon
A record number of runners are preparing to take part in the London Marathon.
Warner Music owner Len Blavatnik is Britain's richest man with a £13.17bn fortune, but the Queen has dropped out of the top 300 for the first time, according to the Sunday Times.
Private landlords would not be able to increase rents by more than inflation for three years under Labour plans to give tenants more security.
The owner of Warner Music has been named Britain's richest man with a £13.17bn fortune, according to The 2015 Sunday Times Rich List.
Rescue efforts in Nepal intensify after nearly 2,000 died in the country's worst quake in more than 80 years, as a powerful aftershock hits the region.
The Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner launches a poll on whether officers should carry guns for everyday duties.
A director of Hatton Garden Safety Deposit Ltd tells the BBC he has still not been contacted by police investigating a raid on its vault - three weeks after the incident.
A protest march in Baltimore a week after Freddie Gray, a black man, died in police custody, turns violent with at least a dozen arrests.
President Obama has been poking fun at himself and his political friends and enemies at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner.
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.