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 | 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • Tory leadership: Gove will be eighth candidate to enter race - Environment Secretary Michael Gove will be the eighth MP to enter the race to be Conservative leader.
  • Everest: British man among latest mountain deaths - Ten people have now died climbing the world's highest peak this season, amid reports of overcrowding.
  • Divorce referendum: Ireland votes to liberalise laws - In a referendum, voters overwhelmingly back changes to the constitution to make divorce easier.
  • Children 'rescued' from Sheffield house leave hospital - Six children were taken to hospital after Friday's incident but two boys, aged 13 and 14, died.
  • German Jews warned not to wear kippas after rise in anti-Semitism - Official urges Jews to not wear traditional skullcaps following a sharp rise in anti-Semitism.
  • Saudi women runners push boundaries on the streets - Jeddah Running Community is one of a growing number of mixed gender Saudi Arabian running groups.
  • Cladding tests 'almost certain to fail', experts say - Fire safety experts warn that 1,700 buildings in England are likely to fail new fire tests.
  • 'No Outsiders' teacher leads Birmingham Pride parade - Andrew Moffat started the "No Outsiders" lessons at Parkfield Community School in Birmingham.
  • Bug hunt: Volunteers needed to spot insect's 'spittle' - Scientists want thousands of volunteers to help record sightings of "spittle" and spittlebugs across the UK.
  • We Are FSTVL: People 'collapse' after hours of queues at the gates - Festival-goers say a lack of wristbands led to crowds pushing through gates at We Are FSTVL.
  • Cannes: Palme d'Or goes to Bong Joon-ho's Parasite - The South Korean director won the prestigious award for his dark comedy thriller, Parasite.
  • Russia ordered to release Ukraine sailors - The chances of Moscow complying with the UN tribunal's ruling are thought to be minimal.
  • Moby-Natalie Portman row: 'Inconsiderate' DJ apologises - The actress denied dating Moby as a teenager, and called his behaviour "inappropriate".
  • Newspaper headlines: 'The race is on' but is it 'turning toxic'? - Battling Conservative MPs launching their leadership bids fill the front pages of the Sunday papers.
  • The intimacy coordinator that helps choreograph sex scenes - Ita O'Brien is the BBC's first "intimacy director" and has worked on new BBC drama Gentleman Jack.
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