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Survivors of the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings share their stories.
Theresa May has written to the European Union to request a further Brexit delay.
Evan Lloyd Williams fell from a Land Rover being driven by his father, an inquest hears.
Sally Challen, whose murder conviction was quashed, will be released from custody ahead of a fresh trial.
The FA Cup semi-finals take place at Wembley this weekend, with Saturday's tie between Manchester City and Brighton followed by Watford versus Wolves on Sunday.
The international human rights lawyer will work to defend press freedom around the world.
An inquiry into boxer Mike Towell's death says he was not honest with doctors about his health.
Labour productivity was lower in the last 10 years than at any time in the 20th Century, figures show.
South Korea's captain Lee Nam-young scores an outrageous lob to beat India in a penalty shootout in the final of the Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia.
The luxury hotels are pulled from online social platforms amid a backlash over anti-LGBT laws.
But Theresa May says she wants to leave before European elections on 23 May if deal is agreed.
Property values dropped by 1.6% in March compared with February, but were 3.2% up on a year ago, a lender says.
Don't just blame companies for the imbalance. Society needs to change, say experts.
England women's manager Phil Neville says his players want to become as dominant in their sport as the All Blacks are in rugby union.
American Ally McDonald leads by a stroke from Lexi Thompson after round one of the first women's major of 2019.
Take as long as you can to contemplate art and you could feel some surprising benefits.