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Swansea City make sure of their place in next season's Premier League with an easy win over 10-man Liverpool.
Hundreds of people hold a rare protest in Vietnam against the mass death of fish, which the demonstrators blame on a Taiwanese company.
The US presses Russia over a plan to revive a nationwide ceasefire in Syria, particularly in the embattled city of Aleppo.
Iraq's Prime Minister orders the arrest of Shia Muslim activists who stormed parliament in protest at delays in approving a new cabinet.
New photographs of Princess Charlotte, taken by her mother the Duchess of Cambridge, are released to mark her first birthday.
At least one policeman dies and nearly 20 other officers are injured as a car bomb goes off near a police headquarters in south-eastern Turkey.
Lewis Hamilton says he feels "almost helpless at some points" due to ongoing engine problems.
Dame Barbara Windsor's final scenes as EastEnders matriarch Peggy Mitchell will air in the coming weeks.
Six families get chance to hug as the US-Mexico border in California opens for 20 minutes.
Democrats and Republicans alike are the target of jokes by President Barack Obama in his last White House Correspondents' dinner before leaving office.