More than 1,500 people are protesting cuts to maternity services at Glan Clwyd Hospital.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has warned of "real difficulties" ahead, as his government faces a Monday deadline to submit a list of reforms to lenders.
Leeds claim a fifth win in six games as Middlesbrough miss out on going four points clear at the top of the Championship.
Armed men have abducted at least 89 boys from a camp for people displaced by fighting in South Sudan, the UN reports.
Cycling chief Brian Cookson warns a forthcoming report into doping in the sport will make for "uncomfortable reading".
Flood alerts are in place across Wales as spring "supertides" reach the peak of an 18-and-a-half-year cycle.
A 50-year-old man is in a serious condition in hospital after being hit by a car on the carriageway of the A90 north of Edinburgh.
A rally is under way in Moscow to condemn the uprising in Ukraine which led to the downfall of its pro-Russian president, one year ago.
More than £300m is to be spent by the government on research into dementia, Prime Minister David Cameron announces.
Ex-cricketer Glenn McGrath says he regrets going on a hunting safari after photos show him posing with dead wildlife.
The Greek government begins work on a list of reforms it has agreed to submit to lenders by Monday, as part of a deal to extend its bailout package.
Artist John Knapp-Fisher, who was based in Pembrokeshire for much of his life, dies aged 83.
A boy seriously injured in the Pakistani school massacre 'played dead' to survive while a gunman searched the room and stepped on him.
A 46-year-old man appears in court charged with murdering Bernard McGinley in County Fermanagh on 11 February.
British Oscar hopeful Anna Pinnock has been given time off from working on the new James Bond film Spectre to attend Sunday's Academy Awards.
The family of Ahmad Nawaz, a Pakistani teenager injured in a Taliban attack on his Peshawar school, talk to the BBC as he prepares for major surgery in UK.
Footage shows aftermath of double-cyclone damage in Australia.
Yemen's former president Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi flees the capital, Sanaa, where he had been under house arrest.
US actress Kristen Stewart becomes first American actress to win a Cesar Award - the French equivalent of an Oscar - for her role in Cloud of Sils Maria.
Judges are to consider police requests to access journalists' phones and emails, ministers say, amid criticism of their use of surveillance powers.