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1 - Leaders prepare for election debate
The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
2 - Alps crash video 'must be handed in'
3 - Beatle's wife Cynthia Lennon dies
4 - Britons held on Turkey-Syria border
5 - IS militants 'enter Damascus camp'
6 - Social media teacher abuse 'rising'
7 - Life for builder who murdered couple
8 - Secret trial man jailed over manual
9 - Joni Mitchell in 'intensive care'
10 - Jail for Milly-leak police officer
11 - Blood test for Down's syndrome hailed
12 - Holborn fire causes mass evacuation
13 - Business letter row and lottery winners
14 - No let-up in Saudi air strikes against Yemen
15 - Cautious campaign won't break stalemate
16 - VIDEO: Why does Buhari victory matter?
17 - VIDEO: Amazon's 'Dash' buttons explained
18 - Couple win £1m EuroMillions twice
19 - Boost for endangered butterflies
20 - I'm not a money-grabber - Sterling
21 - 'Sterling not the finished article'
22 - VIDEO: Watch jockey Lewis Ferguson's spectacular fall
23 - Murray reaches Miami semi-finals
24 - Kane wants U21 Euros spot - Hodgson
25 - Greece made 'unrealistic promises'
26 - McDonald's to raise pay for US staff
27 - April Fool's Day: The best election spoofs
28 - Election 2015: Celebrities on the campaign trail
29 - Drug giant 'blocks' eye treatment
30 - Care system gets 'biggest shake-up'
31 - Heads not 'counter-terror experts'
32 - 'Poor cannot afford' exam appeals
33 - Google reveals computer-on-a-stick
34 - Tech sites lead on April Fools gags
35 - Mediterranean 'accumulating plastic'
36 - 'War camel' found in Austrian cellar
37 - Gaza man 'tricked' into Banksy sale
38 - Wahlberg to make Boston bombing film
39 - Why doesn't McDonald's sell all-day breakfasts?
40 - 10 things we didn't know last week
41 - Teaching assistant 'sent bomb threat'
42 - 'No dignity' for Hillsborough dead
43 - Parties clash over Scottish poverty
44 - Concern over college severance deals
45 - NI fans want stadium safety talks
46 - Police Scotland to examine shooting
47 - Terrorists training in rural Wales
48 - Barriers installed after bus death
49 - Nigeria victor issues Boko Haram vow
50 - Yemenis seek refuge in Somalia
51 - Thai government replaces martial law
52 - S Korea details Sewol compensation
53 - Gun attack on Istanbul police HQ
54 - Nemtsov murder suspect in court plea
55 - Bolivia minister sacked for Chile logo
56 - Four dead in Mexico oil rig blaze
57 - Further delay to Iran nuclear deal
58 - Iraq forces declare Tikrit 'victory'
59 - US senator charged with corruption
60 - Strict water limits for California
61 - Election 2015 in pictures: 1 April
62 - In pictures: Open, Youth and Mobile
63 - Weather in pictures: 31 March
64 - Election 2015 in pictures: 31 March
65 - No work, no football in time of Ebola
66 - Your pictures: Docks
67 - Election 2015 in pictures: 30 March
68 - Week in pictures: 21-27 March 2015
69 - VIDEO: Finance Bill second reading
70 - VIDEO: General Election 2015: Day three of the campaign
71 - VIDEO: 'Fire seemed to be from manhole'
72 - VIDEO: Lufthansa: 'We are very, very sorry'
73 - VIDEO: Palestinian 'tricked' over Banksy art
74 - VIDEO: Snowden's smashed laptop goes on show
75 - VIDEO: New photos of Scott's expedition
76 - VIDEO: Tories poke fun at Labour with mugs
77 - VIDEO: Real or fake: April Fool's Day stories
78 - Fiancee and cat tracked by home cam
79 - Syrian Journey: Choose your own escape route
80 - Saving girls from the 'cutting season'
81 - 10 stories that look like April Fools but aren't
82 - Why is Cecil Rhodes such a controversial figure?
83 - How well do you know your constituencies?
84 - VIDEO: Landmark London clothes shop closes
85 - Fans rally after Trevor Noah backlash
The leaders of seven political parties gear up for a live, two-hour televised general election debate later.
A lead investigator into the Germanwings crash calls for anyone with footage of the disaster to hand it over to the authorities.
Cynthia Lennon, the first wife of John Lennon, dies at her home in Spain following a "short but brave" battle with cancer.
Nine British nationals have been seized by Turkish authorities after trying to illegally enter Syria, armed forces in the country say.
Islamic State militants enter the Palestinian refugee camp Yarmouk in the Syrian capital, seizing control of large areas, reports say.
The NASUWT teaching union says an increasing number of teachers are facing abuse on social media, not only from pupils but also parents.
A builder who murdered a property developer and his wife in a frenzied knife attack is jailed for life.
Law student Erol Incedal has been jailed for 42 months for possessing a bomb-making manual after earlier being cleared of plotting a terror attack.
Singer songwriter Joni Mitchell is in intensive care in a Los Angeles hospital after being found unconscious at her home.
A former police officer who leaked details of the Milly Dowler murder investigation to the Sun newspaper is jailed for 18 months.
Testing a pregnant woman's blood for disorders in her unborn child promises 'dramatic' advances in medicine, say researchers.
An electrical fire under the pavement in central London leads to some 5,000 people being evacuated from nearby buildings and a number of West End shows being cancelled.
The letter from business leaders on the economy, and the double lottery winners' celebrations, dominate the front pages.
Saudi Arabia's air operation against Yemen's Houthi rebels is ending its first week with no let-up - but what are the Saudis hoping to achieve, asks Frank Gardner
Both main parties seem reluctant to rock the boat, writes Laura Kuenssberg - but will the cautious approach achieve a breakthrough?
BBC Africa explains why Muhammadu Buhari's election victory is so momentous for Nigeria and the continent.
Amazon has unveiled a button that can be placed around the home - and will replenish items when pressed.
A couple from Scunthorpe win £1m on the EuroMillions lottery for a second time, Camelot confirms.
The warm weather of 2014 boosted the number of some butterflies, including one of the UK's rarest species, the High Brown Fritillary, a survey has found.
Raheem Sterling tells BBC Sport he is not a "money-grabbing 20-year-old" after turning down a Liverpool deal worth £100,000 a week.
A potential star of the future, Raheem Sterling is far from irreplaceable, writes chief football writer Phil McNulty.
Jockey Lewis Ferguson survives a spectacular fall from favourite Merrion Square at Wincanton.
Andy Murray reaches the semi-finals of the Miami Open with victory over Dominic Thiem as Serena Williams wins her 700th match.
England boss Roy Hodgson says in-form striker Harry Kane wants to play for the Under-21s at the European Championships.
The Greek government made "completely unrealistic promises" to voters that it cannot now fulfil, the former European Commission president tells the BBC.
The fast-food giant McDonald's says it will raise the pay of more than 90,000 US employees to at least $1 above the legal minimum wage.
With 1 April coming just two days after campaigning officially got under way, we round up the inevitable election-related jokes.
Celebrities who back political parties
A drugs firm has been accused of trying to block access to what some doctors believe is a cheap, safe and effective drug to treat a common eye condition.
Major changes to the care system in England, dubbed the biggest shake-up for 60 years, are being introduced, while Scotland merges NHS and care budgets.
Head teachers say they cannot be expected to "conduct surveillance" on young people, after warnings that more might travel to Syria during the school holidays.
Schools who ask parents to pay for A-level and GCSE exam appeals risk discriminating against poorer pupils, says a teachers' union.
Google announces that a range of computer-on-a-sticks and laptops costing as low as $149 (£101) are joining its range of Chrome OS devices.
The Force - the mysterious energy field used by the Jedi in Star Wars - has been discovered by researchers at the Cern laboratory in an April Fools prank.
Large quantities of plastic debris are building up in the Mediterranean Sea, say scientists.
A camel, whose intact skeleton has been found in a 300-year-old Austrian cellar, was probably ridden by the invading Ottoman army in 1683.
A Palestinian man says he was tricked into selling a work by the graffiti artist, Banksy, that is estimated to be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Mark Wahlberg is to co-produce and potentially star in a film about the 2013 bombing of the Boston Marathon and the city-wide manhunt that followed.
McDonald's plans to test all-day breakfast in the US. Why can't you buy an Egg McMuffin after 10:30?
How to make rice less calorific, and more news nuggets.
A teaching assistant is charged with using a pupil's email account to send a bomb threat to the school where she worked.
A temporary mortuary set up in a gym during the Hillsborough disaster was "disgraceful" and "atrocious", victims' families tell the inquests.
Politicians from Scotland's five main parties clash over the causes of - and possible solutions to - poverty in a special BBC Scotland debate.
Several colleges did not handle cuts in the number of senior staff during a major reform programme as well as they could have, according to a report.
The Northern Ireland Supporters Club chairman calls for a meeting with the Irish Football Association over possible subsidence at Windsor Park.
Police Scotland to investigate former security members over so-called shoot-to-kill operation in County Armagh in 1982.
Rural areas of Wales have been used by terrorists for training, say police.
Immediate changes are being made to improve safety on a Swansea city centre road following the death of an off duty police officer who was hit by a bus.
The winner of Nigeria's presidential election Muhammadu Buhari vows that militants Boko Haram will "soon know the strength of our collective will".
Dozens of Yemenis cross the Gulf of Aden to get to Djibouti and Somalia to escape fighting and Saudi air strikes, the UN refugee agency says.
Thailand's military government announces it is lifting martial law, but replaces it with measures that critics say could be even more sweeping.
South Korea is to pay about $380,000 (£256.000; €353,000) in compensation for each of the nearly 250 students killed in the Sewol ferry disaster.
Police kill an armed woman assailant and wound a gunman who opened fire outside Istanbul's police HQ, the city's governor says.
The main suspect in the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov makes an impassioned plea in court, saying he was forced into a confession.
Bolivia's Defence Minister Jorge Ledezma is sacked after he travelled to neighbouring Chile wearing a top with a controversial motto.
An oil rig in Mexico is engulfed in flames after fire breaks out in a pump room, killing four and forcing workers to jump into the sea.
Talks on Iran's nuclear programme will overrun to at least Thursday morning, two days after the original deadline, the US says.
The Iraqi government declares what it says is a "magnificent victory" over Islamic State militants in the city of Tikrit after a month-long siege.
US Senator Bob Menendez, the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, says 14 charges of corruption against him are groundless.
The governor of California has announced the first mandatory water restrictions in the state's history after years of drought.
Images from the campaign trail: 1 April
Open and Youth winners in Sony World Photo Awards
Winds batter Britain causing travel disruption
The first full day of campaigning
How Ebola still affects love lives and wallets
Readers' photographs on the theme of docks.
Parliament is dissolved and the race for No 10 begins
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
MPs pass the Finance Bill at second reading.
On the third day of the election campaign trail Ed Miliband has criticised zero-hours contracts.
Eyewitness Martin Dyan describes how he and his colleagues were evacuated from their office following a fire under a pavement in Holborn, central London.
The CEOs of Germanwings and Lufthansa have said they are sorry for what has happened after visiting Seyne-les-Alpes, the town nearest the site of the crashed Germanwings plane.
A Palestinian man says he was 'tricked' into selling a mural by the artist, Banksy, that is estimated to be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The laptop used to store top-secret documents leaked by National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden has gone on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
New photos have emerged of Captain Scott and his expedition to the South Pole, in the course of which he died.
The Conservative party launches its own range of Labour mugs on April Fool's Day.
Newspapers in the UK have published a variety of far-fetched stories that turned out to be April Fool's Day jokes.
The girlfriend and cat watched by home cam
Is this the world’s most dangerous journey?
The woman saving girls from the 'cutting season'
The real stories that look like April Fools
Why is Cecil Rhodes such a controversial figure?
Baldrick's rotten borough and other remarkable constituencies
The women's fashion shop that resisted the decades
Trevor Noah fans rally after backlash