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A gun battle leaves three dead on the streets of Reynosa, a Mexican city on the border with the US that has been plagued by drug cartel violence.
The former director of public prosecutions, Lord Macdonald QC, expresses "great regret" that he was not told of historical child abuse allegations against former Labour MP Lord Janner.
Saturday's newspapers wonder whether a turning point in the election campaign "deadlock" could emerge in the run-up to polling day, while there's coverage of James Anderson's wicket record.
A senior rebel leader in eastern Ukraine says the Minsk peace deal will fail unless Kiev recognises the independence of rebel-held territory.
Can big data reveal the mood of the electorate?
The Scottish Liberal Democrats will unveil their strategy on mental health services for young people as the election campaign continues.
A coroner criticises a young offenders' institution for failing to identify the risk to an 18-year-old remand prisoner who hanged himself.
President Obama says Gulf nations should use their "influence" to help resolve the instability in Libya, warning that military action is not enough.
The reverberations of the Bangladeshi war of independence in 1971 are still creating big Islamic turmoil in the world’s third-most populous Muslim nation.
The United Arab Emirates you've probably never heard of
How a blind man and a double amputee became each other’s arms and legs
How dog pics influence political messaging
The photographers staying loyal to traditional film cameras
The strange afterlife of Einstein's brain
A US court releases footage of rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight running over two men with his pick-up truck, as part of a murder case against him.
A heads' leader says would-be teachers are being put off by a complexity of routes into the profession.
Doctors need to move beyond 'one-size-fits-all' approach to tackling obesity, say scientists in Sheffield.
Television variety show Sabado Gigante, much loved among Hispanics in the US, is to end after 53 years, network Univision announces.
Fugitive Iraqi militant leader Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri, a former right-hand man to Saddam Hussein, has been killed, Iraqi officials say.
BBC News rounds up the third week of election campaigning.