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Starts 7th April
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Lufthansa has admitted it knew that pilot Andreas Lubitz suffered from severe depression, long before he deliberately crashed an Airbus full of passengers into the French Alps.
A pocket-sized camera lost by an Australian tourist three months ago in Antarctica has miraculously been found.
Prosecutors in the Boston Marathon bombing trial have saved the most gut-wrenching testimony for last, and it brought many in the courtroom to tears.
Nigeria's former military leader Muhammadu Buhari has claimed a historic election victory in Africa's most populous country.
An eight-month-old baby who booked a rental car is to get a refund, but it's taken his parents a major publicity battle to get it.
An Uber driver in the US who took a client to the airport in Denver has been arrested after trying to rob her home.
A South Korean man who attacked the US ambassador with a knife in Seoul has been formally charged with attempted murder.
Four Bangladeshi nationals have been arrested in India over the rape of an elderly nun at a convent school in West Bengal.
The impatient silverback appeared to have lost its temper when a pal began throwing rubber toys at its head while it was attempting to relax.
From toy-shaped cigarette lighters to a short-circuiting toy rabbit that catches fire, a safety watchdog has warned of unsafe products coming out of China.
The once notorious King of England, Richard III, is about to be reburied, and it'll be in a spot with more dignity than the car park where his remains were discovered in 2012.
At least 93 civilians have been killed and 364 injured since the nearly week-old Saudi-led air campaign began against Yemen's rebel forces.
Malaysia hopes its newly-implemented 6 percent GST will help it addess a widening deficit problem.
Up to 30 people were buried in a jade mine landslide that killed at least nine in a war-torn part of Burma.
The king of Malaysia has rejected a pardon request for opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, who has been sentenced to five years' jail for sodomy.
Authorities in Chile say the death toll from floods in its northern region has reached 23, with a further 57 reported missing.
NASA appears to be testing a real-life flying saucer.
It's 50 years since the science fiction series Thunderbirds, featuring marionette puppets, burst onto the small screen.
Flaws in computer modelling led to apocalyptic forecasts of how the deadly Ebola virus would spread in West Africa.
Top diplomats worked past a midnight deadline, seeking to agree the outlines of a nuclear deal with Iran.
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