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Fans, friends and fellow stars pay tribute to US actor Paul Walker, best known for the Fast & Furious films, who has died in a car crash at the age of 40.
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First Minister Peter Robinson and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness are travelling to Japan for a four-day business mission.
Members of the public, emergency service personnel and politicians attend a special memorial service for victims of the Glasgow helicopter crash.
Thai protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban says he has met PM Yingluck Shinawatra and given her two days to "return power to the people".
In Ukraine anti-government protesters have smashed their way into Kiev's city hall, while others have tried to break through police lines to get to the presidential office.
Hull claim their first ever win over Liverpool as the visitors miss the chance to close the gap on leaders Arsenal.
An MP is to raise the case of a woman who he says had her baby forcibly removed by Caesarean section, and taken by social services in Essex.
Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas feels the recent criticism he has received is "aggressive and agenda driven".
A passenger train has derailed in the Bronx
Thai police fend off protesters trying to unseat PM Yingluck Shinawatra, but the campaign leader issues a new, two-day ultimatum to leave power.
A man fatally stabbed while having a cigarette outside a pub in central London was mistaken for someone else by his killers, police believe.
An attack on a 35-year-old man outside a pub in the east end of Glasgow in the early hours is being treated as attempted murder.
Two Wayne Rooney goals earn Manchester United a point at White Hart Lane as they fight back twice to draw.
Owner Assem Allam tells fans they "can die as soon as they want" after protests about his plans to change Hull's name.
A Nottinghamshire man believes his house may have been hit by a meteorite after he found large chunks of rock in his front garden.
A campaign to make people aware of changes in the law affecting organ donation after death is launched in Wales.
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls is "lovely" at home and does "all the cooking", his wife and fellow Labour politician Yvette Cooper tells the BBC.
George Osborne promises to cut average energy bills by about £50 a year by shifting some costs on to government - to be partly funded by cracking down on tax avoidance.
Wales' rugby defeat against Australia cost gambler Steve Richards £30,000 but he still banked almost £9,000 from a £10 accumulator bet.