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The Banksy painting which was controversially removed from a wall in Bristol has gone back on display.
The US threatens tougher economic sanctions if Russia fails to abide by a new international deal to help de-escalate the crisis in Ukraine.
A large woodland fire threatening properties on the outskirts of Inverness is brought under control.
There has been a serious two-vehicle road crash at Fivemiletown in County Tyrone.
A prominent dissident republican, Tommy Crossan, has been shot dead in west Belfast.
The captain of a South Korean ferry that sank this week leaving hundreds of people missing has been arrested, Yonhap news agency says.
Ronnie O'Sullivan believes he would need to win two more world titles to be considered snooker's greatest player.
The US state department gives federal agencies more time to review the Keystone XL oil pipeline before determining whether to issue a permit.
President Barack Obama signs into law a measure that would bar entry to any UN ambassador whom the US says has engaged in "terrorist activity".
Peter Moores is to be named England cricket coach for a second time, BBC Sport understands.
Ellie Simmonds, Stephanie Slater and Amy Marren qualify for the European Championships at the British Para-Swimming meet.
A Slavic community museum in Germany is keeping alive the traditional craft of Easter egg painting.
A 7.2-magnitude earthquake hits states in south and west Mexico, shaking buildings in the capital, but there are no reports of casualties or damage.
Film critic Anna Smith reviews the week's new film releases, including comedy The Love Punch, character driven drama, Locke, and We Are The Best!, a witty drama about a punk band in the 1980s.
Manchester City's Yaya Toure thinks he is not regarded as one of the best players on the planet because he is from Africa.
The body representing electrical contractors urges the CBI to think again about giving its support to the campaign against Scottish independence.
Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who suffered a stroke last year, wins a fourth term in office taking more than 81% of the vote.
At least 14 people are killed after a car bomb explodes in a government-controlled area of the besieged Syrian city of Homs.
Pop star Prince signs a major deal with Warner Bros Records, the label he famously fell out with nearly 20 years ago.
A farmer who was hoping for some rest after a busy lambing season has been surprised by his latest newborn - a camel.