| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • Rescue teams search for Iran's president after helicopter crash - A helicopter carrying President Ebrahim Raisi made a "hard landing" in adverse weather, state media says.
  • Inquiry's report into biggest-ever NHS disaster due - More than 30,000 people were infected with HIV and hepatitis C in the infected blood scandal.
  • Mum still feels guilt for son's infected blood death - Martin White died at the age of 33 after being given blood products contaminated with HIV.
  • Water investors have withdrawn billions, says research - A report suggests shareholders have taken billons but failed to invest as water bills look set to rise.
  • Why Wikileaks' Julian Assange faces US extradition demand - Wikileaks founder Julian Assange hopes to launch a new appeal.
  • Manchester City have put themselves 'in history books' - Midfielder Phil Foden responds to Manchester City's record fourth successive title by saying "we’ve put ourselves in the history books".
  • Diddy apologises after video shows attack on ex-girlfriend - Footage obtained by CNN had shown him kicking and pushing Cassie Ventura in a hotel hallway in 2016.
  • Slovakia PM attacker 'may not have been lone wolf' - Investigators are probing whether the suspect was part of a group who "incited and supported each other”, a minister says.
  • Boy's body found in river as second teen 'critical' - The 14-year-old's body was found in the River Tyne and the younger boy was rescued and taken to hospital.
  • Wrong boil water advice given to some Devon homes - South West Water apologises after 28 properties were wrongly told the water was safe to drink.
  • Strictly star Giovanni rejects claims over teaching methods - The professional dancer on the BBC show says he is looking forward to clearing his name.
  • Dublin-New York portal reopens with set hours - The livestream linking Dublin and New York was temporarily suspended due to "inappropriate behaviour".
  • Watch: Blue fireball lights up skies over Spain - The suspected meteorite was also seen in Portugal, with many sharing their videos on social media.
  • Taiwan's steely leader rewrote the book on how to deal with China - Taiwan's outgoing president says boosting her country's military was the only way to defy China's threat.
  • Why the BBC could track down a people-smuggling kingpin before the police - Barzan Majeed is believed to have controlled the trade across the English Channel yet remained free.
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