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Thousands of parents in England are threatening to keep their children off school for the day in a protest about primary tests.
Banking giant HSBC reports a 14% drop in profits for the first quarter after "extreme levels of volatility" in financial markets at the start of the year.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the latest world leader to publicise the Invictus Games with a Twitter video in which he shows how his country "brings it".
German airline Lufthansa says it will slow its growth plans this year as it continues to come under pressure from lower cost competitors.
Everything you need to know about the elections in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, English regions and London on 5 May.
The European Commission will grant Turkey conditional approval for visa-free travel, sources tell the BBC, but the deal still needs European Parliament backing.
The government's flagship benefit reform has "serious design flaws" that must be resolved before it is expanded across the country, a think tank says.
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri says it is an "amazing feeling" to have steered the club to their first top-flight title.
Chinese authorities are probing Baidu over the death of a student who went for an experimental cancer treatment advertised on the search engine.
The papers celebrate Leicester City's first-ever Premier League title, while concerns NHS health checks are not preventing disease, and transparency on tipping also feature.
Celebrities at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art go metallic, as this year's Met Gala celebrates the convergence of man and machine.
The zero-fuel aeroplane Solar Impulse starts to cross the continental USA, flying the first leg from California to Arizona.
A judge in Brazil has blocked access to messaging service WhatsApp for 72 hours.
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There is a deep sense of animosity towards Armenia among the locals, writes the BBC's Tom Burridge, who has visited Azerbaijan's side of the frontline in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
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