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Turkey referendum: Erdogan wins vote to expand presidential powers

The referendum result means Turkey's president could stay in office until 2029. Source: BBC

Turkey referendum: Key reactions

What important figures are saying about the results of President Erdogan's crucial vote. Source: BBC

North Korea nuclear: US ‘working with China’ on response

Trump's top security adviser says they are planning a response to North Korea's nuclear programme. Source: BBC

N Korea missile launch fails day after military parade

The US confirmed Pyongyang's attempt to fire a ballistic missile, which it says blew up immediately. Source: BBC

Scrapped free schools ‘wasted’ nearly £140m, says NUT

Ministers are accused of wasting millions on cancelled or closed free schools. Source: BBC

PM observes ‘coming together’ after Brexit in Easter message

The prime minister says in her Easter message she is "confident" of Christianity's role in society. Source: BBC

MOAB strike: 90 IS fighters killed in Afghanistan

The fighters were killed in the most powerful non-nuclear bomb ever used by the US in combat. Source: BBC

North Korea ‘ready for nuclear attack’ amid show of force

The warning to the US came during an elaborate display of military force in the country's capital. Source: BBC

Liverpool mayor: Sack Kelvin MacKenzie over Barkley article

Liverpool's mayor condemns Sun writer as police probe whether Ross Barkley article is a "hate crime". Source: BBC

Massive strike on IS ‘killed dozens’

The US "mother of all bombs" attack did not affect civilians, the Afghan defence ministry says. Source: BBC

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