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18 April 2014
Friday 18 April
A FORMER UK Prime Minister has called on the world to help make sure every young person is in school by the end of next year.
GOVERNMENT ministers are trying to get millions online over the next few years.
THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continued their tour of New Zealand and Australia this week.
PM on holiday
PM David Cameron has been enjoying a holiday with his family in the Canary Islands this week.
SEA otters off the coast of America have been infected with the same flu virus as humans!
Age restrictions cause confusion ahead of One Direction tour
Want to own the world's most haunted island?
Runaway Rhea: 6ft bird on the loose
Frozen soundtrack tops US charts for 10th week
Chess call for primary school kids
Wednesday 16 April
Royal trio touch down in Australia
Many missing after South Korea ferry sinks
JK Rowling to pen more Potter
Ukraine: Putin's civil war warning
Man City is world's best-paid club
Tuesday 15 April
Kids eating three meals each day at school
Commonwealth Games medals revealed
Robosub sent on search for MH370
Rare eclipse dazzles American astronomers
Football world marks 25 years since Hillsbrough disaster
Monday 14 April
Ukraine: President's threat to protesters
Hunger Games cast win MTV gongs
Farah 'will be back' for another London Marathon
Saturday 12 April
Mo Farah dreams of London Marathon success
Kylie quits The Voice UK after one series
Royals continue New Zealand tour
Buzzing off? Europe's bumblebees under threat
Hillsborough – 25 years since our worst sporting disaster
Friday 11 April
Ex-PM Brown warns world over education crisis
Marathon to kick off great summer of sport
How much time do you spend outside?
Sherlock duo to do Shakespeare
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