Mali on alert over Ebola fears

Mali on alert over Ebola fears - Mali is on alert over the deadly Ebola virus after three suspected cases were reported near the border with Guinea, where 86 people have died. [BBC Health]

Living with the 'opposite of autism'

Living with the 'opposite of autism' - The joys and dangers of living with Williams Syndrome [BBC Health]

Pay via mobile number starting soon

Pay via mobile number starting soon - Bank customers will be able to pay bills via mobile numbers from 29 April, the Payments Council has announced. [BBC Business]

Eurozone clears next Greece bailout

Eurozone clears next Greece bailout - Eurozone finance ministers meeting in Athens sign off the next 8.3bn euro instalment of Greece's bailout, amid high security on the capital's streets. [BBC Business]

AUDIO: Mental health care 'needs transforming'

AUDIO: Mental health care 'needs transforming' - Dr Peter Aitken, from the Royal College of Psychiatrists, says the NHS needs a "significant transformation" in mental health care. [BBC Health]

Staff shortage closes hospital beds

Staff shortage closes hospital beds - Knighton hospital has had to reduce the number of beds in its wards from 13 to seven due to a shortage of staff, Powys health board has said. [BBC Health]

Eurozone inflation falls to 0.5%

Eurozone inflation falls to 0.5% - Inflation in the 18-nation eurozone fell to 0.5% in March, marking its lowest rate since November 2009. [BBC Business]

UK sees mobile banking 'revolution'

UK sees mobile banking 'revolution' - A "revolution" in mobile banking use is under way in the UK, with customers now making 5.7 million mobile transactions a day, according to BBA figures. [BBC Business]

Crossrail digs up Black Death victims

Crossrail digs up Black Death victims - Skeletons unearthed by London's Crossrail are victims of the Black Death and may be part of a mass grave, forensic tests reveal. [BBC Health]

Crackdown on nuisance calls promised

Crackdown on nuisance calls promised - The government is planning to make it easier to fine firms that hound members of the public with nuisance calls. [BBC Business]

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