The Conservatives and Labour have both claimed victory in the aftermath of Thursday's TV election debate between the leaders of seven political parties.
Hardliners in Iran criticise the preliminary agreement with world powers on their country's nuclear programme, while many other Iranians celebrate.
Video game streaming pioneer OnLive is to close after five years following the sale of several of its patents to Sony.
Four-time major winner Ernie Els believes Rory McIlroy will complete the career grand slam and win at least four Masters titles.
More than 60 dogs - many of them pets - are poisoned to death in the Mexican city of Hermosillo, prompting calls for an inquiry.
In a rare move the Chinese navy evacuates 225 foreigners from war-torn Yemen's southern port of Aden.
A girl with a rare genetic condition which made her body age eight times faster than normal has dies at the age of 17.
Police are searching the family home of one of nine Britons who allegedly tried to cross illegally from Turkey into Syria.
Notts County Ladies score a well worked free-kick in their 1-1 draw at home to Arsenal Ladies.
England striker Ellen White admits her inventive free-kick for Notts County Ladies against Arsenal can only be a one-off.
Scotland's chief constable has indicated he is likely to leave the post when his contract ends next year.
Two Metropolitan Police officers are interviewed under caution over suggestions they failed to properly respond to an incident in which a man was killed.
North Korea test-fires four short-range missiles off its western coast, South Korean state media report, citing military officials.
A Russian coder reveals how he discovered a way to delete any clip uploaded to YouTube within 30 seconds.
Police in Glasgow are treating the death of a man in the city's west end as "unexplained".
The fallout from Thursday nights ITV general election debate dominates the Scottish campaign trail.
Students who survived an attack on a university in Kenya in which 147 people died, have been explaining how they escaped.
The Conservatives and Labour both claim victory in the aftermath of Thursday's seven-way TV election debate, but concede other party leaders made an impact too.
French police examine claims that broadcast media endangered the lives of hostages being held at a Jewish store during January's Paris attacks.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche could manage England in the future, according to Clarets defender Michael Duff.