All the key stories, quotes and newspaper headlines from the general election campaign.
The satellite Europe will be sending to Mars early next year enters its final test programme.
At least 70 hostages have been killed in an attack by al-Shabab Islamist militants on a university in north-eastern Kenya, officials say.
QPR manager Chris Ramsey says being black will make it more difficult to find another job should he leave Loftus Road.
Unconfirmed reports say foreign troops land in the Yemeni port of Aden as fighting intensifies for control of the city.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
It's the Caption Challenge. Oh yes it is.
There is no reason why a woman cannot be just as good as a man at snooker, says World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn.
Google has released a software tool that lets Android apps run on any machine that can run its Chrome browser.
Oxford women's boat crew are rescued by lifeboat in choppy waters in the Thames during training for the Boat Race.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage says he would like to see immigrants to the UK capped at 50,000 a year - but says a cap on net migration is "impossible".
A Kenyan student describes gunmen who stormed a university in the north-east as "shooting randomly" at students and security staff.
Airbnb begins listing rooms to rent in Cuba, but only allows US-based members to make bookings.
Raheem Sterling should stay at Liverpool but is "under pressure" after talking about his future, says Mark Lawrenson.
Almost £5m in funding is approved to kick start plans for a £66m revamp of Glasgow's famous Burrell Collection.
The people of Guildford are asked what they will watch when ITV presents seven party leaders vying for their votes.
Prince Harry will begin a four week placement with the Australian Defence Force on Monday, Kensington Palace has confirmed.
The Northern Ireland Ombudsman warns the transfer of planning powers to the new 11 super councils could make corruption easier
Growth in the UK's construction industry slowed in March amid election uncertainty, according to a survey by data firm Markit and the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply.
The Miniaturist, Jessie Burton's award-winning, best-selling first novel, is one of 10 titles in contention for a £10,000 prize for debut novelists.