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Voting ends in a run-off election in El Salvador, where ex-guerrilla commander Salvador Sanchez Ceren could become president.
Koichi Wakata is the first Japanese astronaut in history to take up the post of commander on the International Space Station
Teams searching for a Malaysia Airlines jet are investigating a possible debris sighting, nearly two days after the plane vanished carrying 239 people.
Japan's current account deficit hits a record 1.5tn yen ($15bn; £8.7bn) in January, as economic growth figures are revised downwards.
Do skiing apps encourage speed and recklessness?
A group of Greek Orthodox nuns kidnapped by rebels in the Syrian Christian town of Maaloula in December have been released.
A campaign to educate young men about what constitutes rape aims at cutting the number of offences.
School Reporters scoop royal coup with Edward
Harry Hook's portraits of rural Africa
The story behind Rio's Christ the Redeemer
Emma Jane Kirby on whether skiing apps encourage dangerous behaviour.
Should Hebden Bridge be the UK's second city?
Starvation of civilians is being used as a weapon of war by Syria, Amnesty says, with 128 dying as a result in Yarmouk camp in Damascus.
What has gone wrong with Italian football?
Lung disease experts are calling for a new national system to identify lungs for transplant which could double the number of procedures across the UK.
Labour commits to fund a "jobs guarantee" for the long-term unemployed for the whole of the next parliament, if it wins power.
Reports of a US-developed test for Alzheimer's, the search for the missing Malaysian airline and pictures of Prince Harry and his girlfriend appear on front pages.
The size of the UK's overall economy will surpass its pre-recession peak by this summer, says the British Chambers of Commerce.
Why heart disease is not just a man's problem
What's hidden inside the Queen's Baton?