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Meningitis B vaccine deal agreed

All babies in the UK will soon have a potentially life-saving vaccine against meningitis B after a deal with drug manufacturers, the health secretary says.

Tunisia 'kills Bardo attack gunman'

Tunisian authorities say they have killed a man linked to a deadly museum attack, as a march against terrorism begins in the capital TUnis.

Australia crush NZ to win World Cup

Australia overwhelm New Zealand by seven wickets to win the World Cup for a fifth time at a packed Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Benefit cuts 'not yet decided'

The work and pensions secretary says the Conservatives are not keeping plans for £12bn of benefit cuts secret - saying no final decisions have been made.

'Threats' against BBC boss investigated

Police investigate alleged death threats against BBC director general Tony Hall, reportedly made after Jeremy Clarkson was dropped from Top Gear.

Singapore holds Lee Kuan Yew funeral

Singapore holds a state funeral for its founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, with tens of thousands lining the streets despite torrential rain.

Heads' threat to parents over gaming

Head teachers in Cheshire warn parents they will report them to the authorities if they allow their children to play computer games rated for over-18s.

Arab League to create military force

Arab League countries meeting in Egypt agree to create a joint Arab military force amid a crisis in Yemen and regional jihadist threats.

Europol chief warns on encryption

A European police chief says encrypted online communications are the biggest problem faced by security agencies tackling terrorism.

Kerry stays on for more Iran talks

US Secretary of State John Kerry cancels a planned return to the US to stay in Switzerland as the Iran nuclear talks approach their deadline.

Nigeria voting continues after delays

Voting is to continue for second day in some parts of Nigeria after technical problems during Saturday's presidential election.

DUP could work with Tories or Labour

DUP leader Peter Robinson says his party could work with either Labour or the Conservatives if there was a hung parliament after the general election.

Fears of Alps crash co-pilot

Some papers once again focus on revelations about the Germanwings co-pilot who is believed to have brought down an airliner over the French Alps on Tuesday.

Africa's dreams shattered?

BBC Africa's Piers Edwards considers whether the new work permit rules for foreign players in England is all bad news for Africa.

The challenges of election polling

A look at the challenges facing pollsters during the 2015 general election.

A very Singaporean send-off

The BBC looks at some of the ways the city-state of Singapore and its people have paid tribute to founding father Lee Kuan Yew.

VIDEO: Nigeria elections: Key points

It has been an eventful day for Nigeria, as the country votes in long-awaited presidential elections. BBC Africa looks back at the day's key developments.

Graphene light bulb set for shops

A light bulb made with graphene - said by its UK developers to be the first commercially viable consumer product using the super-strong carbon - is to go on sale later this year.

Dickens' desk saved for public view

The desk where Charles Dickens wrote Great Expectations is finally on public display thanks to a £780,000 grant.

Bale-inspired Wales look the real deal

Tactically astute, brilliant from Bale - why Wales' win in Israel is one of their best results of recent times.

Vettel takes shock Malaysia win

Sebastian Vettel takes a stunning maiden victory for Ferrari, winning a straight fight with Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes in Malaysia.

Jonathan Brownlee wins in Auckland

Britain's Jonathan Brownlee wins the second race of the 2015 World Triathlon Series in Auckland, New Zealand.

'A female jockey can win National'

Rider Katie Walsh on nearly making Grand National history and competing against the men at Aintree

World Cup not for 'window dressing'

The development of associate members must go beyond the 'window dressing' of a World Cup, the International Cricket Council says.

Greece's creditors mull new reforms

Greece's creditors are studying new reform plans put forward by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' government in a bid to secure further bailout funds.

Best Buy closes Canada's Future Shop

US consumer electronics chain Best Buy is closing its Canadian subsidiary, Future Shop, and converting 65 of its 131 stores into Best Buy outlets.

What to expect when you're electing

The general election campaign is officially under way - here are 10 ways in which it will be different from last time.

Labour to cap private profits in NHS

A Labour government would cap the amount of profit private firms can make from the NHS, Ed Miliband says as he launches the party's election campaign.

Cameron promises 'seven-day NHS'

All hospitals in England will provide "a truly seven-day NHS" by 2020 under a future Conservative government, David Cameron says.

British medic declared free of Ebola

A UK military medic has been discharged from hospital in London after being declared free of Ebola. Cpl Anna Cross was the first person in the world to be given the experimental drug MIL 77.


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