| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • North Korea accuses US of declaring war - But the White House dismisses the comments by North Korea's foreign minister as "absurd".
  • Brexit: Theresa May to meet Donald Tusk for talks - Theresa May's meeting with the European Council President is their first since her Florence speech.
  • Labour proposes new tax on bookmakers - The cash would be spent on NHS treatment for gambling addicts, Labour's conference will be told.
  • Sir Terry Wogan named greatest BBC radio presenter - Other names to make the top 10 in the Radio Times poll include John Peel and Annie Nightingale.
  • US Marines get first female infantry officer - A woman lieutenant makes history by graduating from the US Marine Corps' infantry officer training.
  • The secretive state of North Korea – in charts - What can statistics tell us about life in Kim Jong-un's secretive country?
  • Fresh call to ban tackling in school rugby - But a World Rugby spokesman says there is no new evidence to challenge the current position.
  • First appearance together for Harry and Meghan - Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle are seen holding hands at the Invictus Games.
  • Over a quarter of adopted families in crisis, survey shows - Over half of those surveyed by the BBC and Adoption UK reported living with a child who was violent.
  • Man jailed for hitting Woking teacher with car - A man has been jailed for 10 months for attacking a teacher with his car in Woking.
  • Child 'was shown IS beheading video by Leicester man' - Zameer Ghumra "brainwashed" two children, telling them not to have non-Muslim friends, a court hears.
  • Iraqi Kurdistan referendum: High turnout in independence vote - A "yes" victory is expected in an independence referendum strongly opposed by Baghdad.
  • Altrincham mosque stabbing suspect charged - The 28-year-old man is due to appear before magistrates on Tuesday.
  • The Papers: Labour's 'radical' nationalisation plans - Labour's nationalisation plans and photos of Prince Harry with girlfriend Meghan Markle make it onto Tuesday's front pages.
  • Why is Africa building a Great Green Wall? - Eleven countries are planting a wall of trees from east to west across Africa in order to push back the desert - and in Senegal it's already working.
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