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1 - Blood test 'boost' on ovarian cancer
2 - Texas gunman had been terror suspect
3 - Bingham wins World title in thriller
4 - Nationwide tours for party leaders
5 - UK agencies in quake health warning
6 - Royal princess named Charlotte
7 - Nepal Everest climbs 'ruled out'
8 - UK court launches video catch-up
9 - Boston bomber breaks down in court
10 - Silicon Valley executive died at gym
11 - FN's Jean-Marie Le Pen suspended
12 - Trott quits international cricket
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14 - Baby name and election countdown
15 - Do fascist links discredit Le Corbusier?
16 - Can we still rely on DNA sampling?
17 - How prepared are we for the next health crisis?
18 - Greece's undeclared domestic default
19 - Irish waterfall video is global hit
20 - Astronauts watch Star Wars in space
21 - No replay for Blackpool match
22 - Hull City 1-3 Arsenal
23 - Chelsea Ladies 1-0 Man City Women
24 - Murray wins first clay-court title
25 - Carver to stay as Newcastle manager
26 - McDonald's announces shake-up plans
27 - TV battles Periscope's boxing pirates
28 - Labour 'considers Lib Dem coalition'
29 - What happens if no-one wins the election?
30 - C-word drama is 'lasting legacy'
31 - Gene therapy retina disease potential
32 - Heads warn of Trojan Horse threats
33 - PwC ends A-level criteria for jobs
34 - Facebook opens Internet.org amid row
35 - Amazon doubles free delivery limit
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39 - Blur on top with comeback album
40 - Weekend Edition: The best of the week's reads
41 - Go Figure: The week in numbers
42 - Buoyancy aid trapped boat death girl
43 - Children missing from care 350 times
44 - Parties warn of dangers of opponents
45 - Fatal Accident Inquiry law debated
46 - Two bombs found at NI Army base
47 - Escaped prisoner Valliday arrested
48 - Nepalese resilience 'humbling'
49 - Labour 'arrogant' to assume support
50 - Deadly protests against Burundi leader
51 - Israel must eliminate racism - PM
52 - VIDEO: Nepal trekking village Langtang wiped out
53 - Australia to probe foreign labour
54 - Merkel pressed on German spy scandal
55 - Italy approves major election reform
56 - Six bodies found in eastern Mexico
57 - Peru investigates tribal attack
58 - Senegal to support Yemen campaign
59 - Suicide blast rocks central Damascus
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63 - Week in pictures: 25 April-1 May 2015
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71 - VIDEO: Royal couple name their baby Charlotte
72 - VIDEO: Two killed at US cartoon conference
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84 - Puerto Rico's population swap
85 - VIDEO: Is the election reaching British Muslims?
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1 - Blood test 'boost' on ovarian cancer

Regular blood tests can detect 86% of ovarian cancers before the point at which women normally would be diagnosed, according to a 14-year trial.

5/5/2015 2:27:34 AM

2 - Texas gunman had been terror suspect

One of two gunmen shot dead outside a Texas event showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad was a previous terror suspect, court documents show.

5/5/2015 2:44:07 AM

3 - Bingham wins World title in thriller

Stuart Bingham beats Shaun Murphy 18-15 in a gripping final to win his first World Championship at the Crucible in Sheffield.

5/4/2015 11:01:35 PM

4 - Nationwide tours for party leaders

Party leaders embark on a campaigning marathon as the general election campaign enters its final two days before polling day.

5/5/2015 1:33:52 AM

5 - UK agencies in quake health warning

There is a risk of serious outbreaks of disease such as cholera and dysentry in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake, UK aid agencies warn.

5/5/2015 3:44:39 AM

6 - Royal princess named Charlotte

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have named their daughter Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, Kensington Palace says.

5/4/2015 8:36:34 PM

7 - Nepal Everest climbs 'ruled out'

Climbing Mount Everest in this season is "almost impossible" because routes have been damaged by the Nepal quake-induced avalanches, officials say.

5/4/2015 3:44:39 PM

8 - UK court launches video catch-up

Proceedings in the UK's Supreme Court can now be viewed online via an on-demand video archive, making hearings available to view for up to a year.

5/5/2015 1:23:01 AM

9 - Boston bomber breaks down in court

Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who has maintained a stoic demeanour throughout the court proceedings, cries as an aunt testifies.

5/4/2015 11:22:46 PM

10 - Silicon Valley executive died at gym

The Silicon Valley entrepreneur and SurveyMonkey Chief Executive Dave Goldberg died of severe head trauma, according to local officials.

5/5/2015 12:48:51 AM

11 - FN's Jean-Marie Le Pen suspended

France's National Front suspends founder Jean-Marie Le Pen over a series of inflammatory remarks and a feud with his daughter Marine.

5/4/2015 9:36:14 PM

12 - Trott quits international cricket

Batsman Jonathan Trott retires from international cricket, ending an eight-year England career.

5/4/2015 8:12:37 PM

13 - Nepal's treasures: Before and after

Images of the destruction wreaked on Nepal's Kathmandu valley landmarks by Saturday's deadly earthquake.

4/27/2015 6:51:37 PM

14 - Baby name and election countdown

The name of the royal baby - Charlotte Elizabeth Diana - gives many of the papers their lead story, as election coverage continues with just two days to go.

5/5/2015 12:04:28 AM

15 - Do fascist links discredit Le Corbusier?

As a new exhibition of the work of modernist architect Le Corbusier opens in Paris, controversy swirls around his alleged links to fascism, writes Lucy Williamson.

5/5/2015 1:47:52 AM

16 - Can we still rely on DNA sampling?

Changes to the way DNA samples are stored may have increased the risk of errors, says Danny Shaw.

5/5/2015 2:57:18 AM

17 - How prepared are we for the next health crisis?

It is over a year since the Ebola outbreak in West Africa was first reported, but how prepared are we for the next global health crisis?

5/5/2015 1:55:49 AM

18 - Greece's undeclared domestic default

Greece has paid wages and pensions and is in talks with the eurozone for more bailout money, but for many Greeks the government is already out of cash.

5/4/2015 12:09:17 PM

19 - Irish waterfall video is global hit

A video of a little known waterfall in the Republic of Ireland makes an unlikely soundtrack for insomnia sufferers

5/4/2015 10:23:35 AM

20 - Astronauts watch Star Wars in space

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station celebrate Star Wars Day with a movie pick that may surprise some fans.

5/4/2015 4:18:06 PM

21 - No replay for Blackpool match

Relegated Blackpool's abandoned Championship match against Huddersfield will not be replayed, the Football League announces.

5/4/2015 8:55:41 PM

22 - Hull City 1-3 Arsenal

Two goals from Alexis Sanchez help Arsenal to a comfortable and impressive victory against relegation-threatened Hull City.

5/4/2015 10:05:44 PM

23 - Chelsea Ladies 1-0 Man City Women

Chelsea face Notts County in the first ever FA Women's Cup final to be held at Wembley after a 1-0 semi-final win over Manchester City.

5/4/2015 4:13:44 PM

24 - Murray wins first clay-court title

Briton Andy Murray wins his first clay-court title, beating German Philipp Kohlschreiber in the Munich Open final.

5/4/2015 3:01:45 PM

25 - Carver to stay as Newcastle manager

Newcastle United issue a statement confirming John Carver will remain as manager for the club's final three games.

5/4/2015 2:46:03 PM

26 - McDonald's announces shake-up plans

Fast-food chain McDonald's announces plans to restructure its business and increase its number of franchised restaurants globally.

5/4/2015 9:41:34 PM

27 - TV battles Periscope's boxing pirates

US networks force clips of the Mayweather v Pacquiao boxing match offline, but fail to prevent new apps showing live streams of the bout.

5/4/2015 6:23:38 PM

28 - Labour 'considers Lib Dem coalition'

Senior Labour figures are considering the option of forming a minority coalition with the Liberal Democrats, reports the BBC's deputy political editor James Landale.

5/4/2015 8:26:59 PM

29 - What happens if no-one wins the election?

Everything you need to know about how the next government will be formed if the election ends with no winner.

5/5/2015 12:10:08 AM

30 - C-word drama is 'lasting legacy'

The brother of author Lisa Lynch, who wrote a candid book and blog about her battle with breast cancer, says a BBC drama on her life will be "a lasting legacy".

5/4/2015 12:52:22 PM

31 - Gene therapy retina disease potential

Two trials of gene therapy on an inherited form of blindness in children have shown that patients' eyesight can be improved - but only temporarily.

5/4/2015 12:44:22 AM

32 - Heads warn of Trojan Horse threats

Head teachers warn intimidation is still continuing after the so-called Trojan Horse scandal, including dead animals being left in playgrounds.

5/3/2015 3:04:51 PM

33 - PwC ends A-level criteria for jobs

Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is to stop using A-levels grades as a way of selecting recruits for graduate jobs.

5/4/2015 9:01:22 AM

34 - Facebook opens Internet.org amid row

Facebook is to allow more organisations to join its free mobile data scheme, but net neutrality campaigners remain opposed.

5/4/2015 11:48:35 AM

35 - Amazon doubles free delivery limit

Online retail giant Amazon is raising the minimum spend shoppers must make to qualify for its "super saver" free delivery service.

5/4/2015 9:28:20 AM

36 - Climate drives new era in Arctic sea

Changes in the Arctic Ocean are so profound that the region is entering what amounts to "a new era", according to Norwegian scientists.

5/4/2015 8:48:58 AM

37 - Wildlife drop 'may empty landscape'

About 60% of the world's largest herbivores are at risk of extinction, according to research by an international team.

5/2/2015 12:01:52 AM

38 - Russia ballet great Plisetskaya dies

Russian ballet legend Maya Plisetskaya - who captivated audiences around the world - has died in Germany, aged 89, the director of the Bolshoi Theatre says.

5/2/2015 10:16:17 PM

39 - Blur on top with comeback album

The Magic Whip, Blur's first studio album in 12 years, lands them at the top of the UK album chart

5/3/2015 7:00:30 PM

40 - Weekend Edition: The best of the week's reads

A collection of some of the best reads from the BBC News website this week, with an injection of your comments.

5/1/2015 3:28:38 PM

41 - Go Figure: The week in numbers

The week's big numbers, visualised.

5/1/2015 12:12:40 PM

42 - Buoyancy aid trapped boat death girl

A girl who died in a speedboat accident was trapped under the vessel after her buoyancy aid snagged on part of the boat, say police.

5/4/2015 6:13:22 PM

43 - Children missing from care 350 times

Children went missing from council care in south-west England more than 350 times in the past five years, official figures reveal.

5/5/2015 2:46:38 AM

44 - Parties warn of dangers of opponents

With just two days until the polling stations open, all the Scottish party leaders are warning of the risks of voting for their opponents.

5/5/2015 1:05:18 AM

45 - Fatal Accident Inquiry law debated

MSPs are to question a senior judge on his recommendations for a reform of the Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) system.

5/5/2015 1:25:31 AM

46 - Two bombs found at NI Army base

Two bombs, which partially exploded overnight, are found outside an Army Reserve base in Londonderry.

5/4/2015 10:39:05 PM

47 - Escaped prisoner Valliday arrested

A convicted murderer who escaped from prison staff on Friday is arrested in Belfast after four days on the run.

5/4/2015 8:18:37 PM

48 - Nepalese resilience 'humbling'

A firefighter says he has been humbled by the resilience of people in areas of Nepal where villages were wiped out by a devastating earthquake.

5/4/2015 4:46:02 PM

49 - Labour 'arrogant' to assume support

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood accuses Labour of taking her party for granted in assuming it will help put Ed Miliband in power.

5/4/2015 12:39:49 PM

50 - Deadly protests against Burundi leader

Three protesters are killed in renewed demonstrations in Burundi against President Pierre Nkurunziza's re-election bid, the Red Cross says.

5/4/2015 5:22:10 PM

51 - Israel must eliminate racism - PM

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says racism in Israel must be eliminated, after protests by Ethiopian Israelis against alleged discrimination.

5/4/2015 4:41:38 PM

52 - VIDEO: Nepal trekking village Langtang wiped out

South Asia Correspondent Justin Rowlatt is the first reporter to visit what is thought to be the worst-affected village of Langtang.

5/4/2015 11:15:36 PM

53 - Australia to probe foreign labour

A government inquiry in Victoria is to investigate claims of widespread exploitation of foreign workers in Australia's food sector.

5/5/2015 2:05:49 AM

54 - Merkel pressed on German spy scandal

Chancellor Angela Merkel comes under pressure inside her government to disclose a list of spying targets handed to German intelligence by the US.

5/4/2015 5:29:21 PM

55 - Italy approves major election reform

Italy's parliament approves a far-reaching electoral reform that aims to give the country greater political stability.

5/4/2015 7:31:05 PM

56 - Six bodies found in eastern Mexico

Mexican police find six bodies in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz which has been hit hard by drug-related violence.

5/4/2015 2:24:43 PM

57 - Peru investigates tribal attack

The Peruvian government sends indigenous culture specialists to help a community in the Amazon rainforest after a man was killed by a member of an isolated tribe.

5/5/2015 1:06:44 AM

58 - Senegal to support Yemen campaign

Senegal is to send 2,100 troops to support the Saudi-led campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen, its foreign minister says.

5/5/2015 2:07:55 AM

59 - Suicide blast rocks central Damascus

A suicide bomber blows himself up in the centre of the Syrian capital, Damascus, in an attack apparently aimed at the army's logistics division.

5/4/2015 4:28:47 PM

60 - Fiorina and Carson join 2016 race

Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard boss, and neurosurgeon Ben Carson join the growing Republican field for the White House.

5/4/2015 5:29:02 PM

61 - Canada contests war criminal's bail

The Canadian government tries to block the release of an ex-Guantanamo Bay inmate as he appeals against his war crimes conviction in a US court.

5/5/2015 1:41:04 AM

62 - Caravan, A Great British Love Story

The very British world of caravanning

5/3/2015 9:42:12 PM

63 - Week in pictures: 25 April-1 May 2015

A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.

5/1/2015 2:42:24 PM

64 - In pictures: The Sim Project

Robotic patients helping doctors to learn

5/1/2015 3:37:50 AM

65 - Election 2015 in pictures: 1 May

Images from the campaign trail: 1 May

5/1/2015 2:25:21 PM

66 - In pictures: Clandon Park House fire

Images of the aftermath of a fire at Grade I listed Clandon Park House.

4/30/2015 4:35:44 PM

67 - Vietnam War by Associated Press photographers

AP photographers mark 40th anniversary of fall of Saigon

4/28/2015 10:22:17 PM

68 - Heavily loaded

Queuing for the journey from Italy to Tunisia

4/28/2015 2:15:05 AM

69 - The race to cover a mosque in mud

Thousands race to replaster a massive mosque in a day

4/28/2015 4:01:44 AM

70 - VIDEO: Finance Bill second reading

MPs pass the Finance Bill at second reading.

3/25/2015 8:08:15 PM

71 - VIDEO: Royal couple name their baby Charlotte

The daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has been named as Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

5/4/2015 7:12:12 PM

72 - VIDEO: Two killed at US cartoon conference

Two gunmen have been shot dead after they opened fire outside a conference on cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad in a suburb of Dallas, US police say.

5/5/2015 12:14:30 AM

73 - VIDEO: Counting migrant arrivals one by one

Thousands of migrants rescued from boats trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea at the weekend have been arriving at ports in southern Italy.

5/4/2015 11:11:57 PM

74 - VIDEO: 'Emotional reunions' for freed captives

Will Ross, reports from Adamawa State where the freed civilians are being housed and given help before they can be resettled back home.

5/4/2015 6:57:15 PM

75 - VIDEO: Heckles and a Lib Dem-Tory row: Day 35

On day 35 of the UK election campaign, Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy and comedian Eddie Izzard were heckled by opponents in Glasgow.

5/4/2015 5:09:51 PM

76 - VIDEO: Scuffles at Scottish Labour event

Scuffles break out as Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy and comedian Eddie Izzard take part in general election campaigning in Glasgow.

5/4/2015 1:10:33 PM

77 - VIDEO: Tax disc confusion 'costs millions'

The AA estimates motorists are losing out to the tune of almost £40m because of the way the new tax disc system works, although the DVLA disputes the figures.

5/4/2015 8:50:53 AM

78 - VIDEO: 'It's about the experience you offer'

The Chief Executive of the hotels group Six Senses, Neil Jacobs, tells the BBC how his company has adapted to the economic downturn.

5/4/2015 12:17:25 PM

79 - Canadian mother fights radicalisation

The Canadian mother fighting against radicalisation

5/5/2015 12:35:19 AM

80 - The man who cut out his own appendix

The doctor who cut out his own appendix

5/5/2015 12:41:50 AM

81 - What do the leaders do in their free time?

What do the leaders do in their leisure time?

5/5/2015 3:23:05 AM

82 - Offbeat moments from the campaign trail

Offbeat moments from the campaign trail

5/5/2015 12:08:52 AM

83 - VIDEO: Can you train your waistline?

Is the latest slimming device harmful?

5/5/2015 12:55:00 AM

84 - Puerto Rico's population swap

How Puerto Rico is changing - and changing America

5/5/2015 1:18:37 AM

85 - VIDEO: Is the election reaching British Muslims?

Some young Muslim voters say they feel alienated

5/5/2015 12:09:24 AM

86 - Can Spooks compete with Bond on the big screen?

Can Spooks compete with Bond on the big screen?

5/5/2015 3:02:34 AM

87 - Will HSBC move back to its first home?

What are HSBC's options if relcoates HQ from Britain?

5/5/2015 12:01:07 AM