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A Labour AM accuses BBC programmes of making "elementary errors" on devolution 15 years after it took place.
A programme of school safety checks is to get under way in Edinburgh after a 12-year-old girl died when a wall fell on her.
The host of Wednesday night's BBC Clegg v Farage debate says it is his job to "get the two of them arguing".
The first Bolivian telecommunications satellite, Tupac Katari, has started its operations and is expected to lower the cost of mobile communication.
The Elaine Doyle murder trial hears police who covered the dead teenager's body may have hampered the hunt for her killer.
To reaching seven-a-day, by medical journalist Michael Mosley
Chile declares two northern regions hit by a 8.2 magnitude earthquake to be disaster areas, with at least six people left dead.
A Pennsylvania man is recovering in hospital after suffering a horrific injury while cutting trees near his home in Ross Township.
A man accused of the murder of PC Keith Blakelock during the riots in Broadwater Farm in 1985 will "exercise his right not to give evidence".
David Cameron responds to Ed Miliband's criticism of the Royal Mail sell-off claiming it was in the Labour manifesto.
A County Antrim family whose father died unexpectedly in a Northern Ireland hospital six years ago is told there was inadequate medical cover the night he died.
How has the country changed since the fall of the Taliban?
A suicide bomber kills six police officers outside a ministry building in the Afghan capital Kabul, the latest attack in the run-up to Saturday's polls.
The Labour leader attacks the government's handling of the sale of Royal Mail.
A humanoid fire-fighting robot is to be tested by the US Navy as the latest move towards a more robotic military.
Tinder dating app users complain they are being spammed by bots pretending to be singles that urge them to download a Chinese firm's game.
The Prime Minster would welcome a rethink on the price of England football shirts, according to his spokesman.
High levels of air pollution has caused a thick layer of dust to form on cars and buildings around the country, as Pallab Ghosh reports.