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Bahrain: Army withdraws from Manama
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Mubarak exit date divides Egypt
President Mubarak's announcement that he will stay in office until September has divided Egyptians, with violent clashes between supporters of President Mubarak and protesters demanding his immediate resignation.
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TV channel raided in India probe
The offices of an Indian TV channel owned by the family of an ally of the ruling Congress party are raided in connection with the telecoms scandal.
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Grant safeguards historic abbey
The immediate future of a historic church in Ramsgate has been assured thanks to a £110,000 grant.
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Can Egypt's military meet people's demands?
In Cairo, the BBC News website's Middle East editor Tarik Kafala examines whether Egypt's military can meet the political, social and economic demands that are being placed on it as the country's interim leaders.
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REPORT: Verizon iPhone Sales Fail To Meet Expectations
Boy Genius Report claims to have gotten ahold of early sales figures for the Verizon iPhone. According to GBR's anonymous sources, the results are a bit of a let-down.
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Iran soul-searching over murder in the streets
Iranians are shocked by two 'love triangle' murders that took place on the streets of Iran as the police and public looked on, BBC Persian's Mohammad Manzarpour reports.
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Kayak man treated for hypothermia
A 64-year-old man is treated for hypothermia after his kayak capsizes off the Dorset coast.
Defending Muslim Brotherhood policies
The Muslim Brotherhood's Kamal El Helbawy claims it would adhere to the nation's 1979 peace treaty with Israel, despite his party previously claim it would not.
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New JCB jobs during Osborne visit
Two years after laying off staff at its Wrexham plans, JCB announces new jobs to coincide with the chancellors visit to north Wales.
What is your Scottish council's budget?
Scotland's 32 local authorities are in the process of setting their budgets. Here is a table outlining the ket facts and figures.
Mandela recovering well, says daughter
Former South African President Nelson Mandela is recovering well from a recent health scare, according to his daughter Zindzi Mandela Hlongwane.
North Sea wind farm gets go-ahead
A wind farm off the coast of East Yorkshire which will generate enough electricity to power 150,000 homes gets government approval.
Motorist is killed in ditch crash
A motorist who died when a car left the road in Lincolnshire and went into a ditch is named by police.