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Party leaders clash over health, in their final television debate before the assembly election.
The US Federal Reserve has kept interest rates between 0.25% and 0.5%, the rate its held since December.
Thousands of people have sung the Liverpool FC anthem You'll Never Walk Alone at a vigil in memory of those who died in the Hillsborough disaster
Thirty thousand people gather in Liverpool for a vigil remembering the Hillsborough disaster, the day after the inquests concluded the 96 victims were unlawfully killed.
Sascha Kindred fails to make the Paralympic qualifying standard on the final day of the British Para-Swimming trials.
British Cycling chief Ian Drake tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan his organisation is not in crisis, despite Shane Sutton's exit.
A group of quick-thinking children helped a police helicopter by forming a human arrow pointing to where they thought the two suspected burglars had gone.
Billionaire Elon Musk plans to send his Dragon spacecraft to Mars as early as 2018.
Scientists in the US have mapped out how the brain organises language.
A couple book a holiday to Las Vegas, only to discover on arrival at Birmingham Airport they had mistakenly booked to fly from Birmingham Alabama.
Thousands attend a vigil in Liverpool to remember the 96 people who died in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
Russia's president urges space officials to fix "hitches" after travelling across the country to see the first rocket launch from a new cosmodrome - only for it to be delayed.
The left wing of a 14th Century diptych worth over £5m is revealed to be among five treasures that were stopped from leaving the UK in the last year.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan offered MPs no compromises over controversial plans to force all of England's schools to become academies.
Donald Trump gives details of his foreign policy in a speech, a day after sweeping to a win in five US Republican primaries.
Barry Hawkins recovers from 9-1 down to trail Marco Fu 10-6 in the World Championship quarter-finals.
A father killed his nine-month-old son by violently shaking him and causing catastrophic injuries, a jury decides.
British Cycling technical director Shane Sutton resigns amid claims of sexism and discrimination towards GB cyclists.
Britain's Geraint Thomas moves into third overall as Marcel Kittel wins the first stage of the Tour de Romandie.
South Yorkshire Police's chief constable David Crompton is suspended in the wake of the Hillsborough inquest findings.