Gordon Brown accuses David Cameron of stirring up English nationalism, and the SNP of misleading people over its offer to back a Labour-led administration.
Pope Francis will travel to Cuba in September ahead of his visit to the United States, the Vatican announces.
Online retailer eBay reports better-than-expected first quarter profits, but says a strong dollar significantly hurt the company's results.
Three-time London Marathon winner Paula Radcliffe says she will enter this year's race "unfit", but healthy.
Tens of thousands of Ethiopians attended a rally in the capital, Addis Ababa, condemning the murders of Ethiopians by Islamic State militants.
Social networking giant Facebook reports better-than-expected first quarter profits as well as growing monthly active users.
A 33-year-old man has admitted filming himself abusing two children, including one just five weeks old.
A judge approves a plan worth $1bn (£664.6m) to compensate former American football players with head injuries.
Russia's new opposition coalition, which includes activist Alexei Navalny, says it will fight for election in three regions this autumn.
Italian coastguards have rescued hundreds more migrants trying to get to Europe from North Africa.
A Chicago-bound plane is forced to make an emergency landing in Buffalo, New York, after suffering a "pressurisation problem," officials say.
A lollipop man is suspended after claims he stopped a fire engine on its way to a 999 call.
Deutsche Bank says it expects litigation costs of €1.5bn in the first quarter, but it still expects to be profitable.
Google details its plan to launch a mobile network in the US that will piggyback existing service but offer different terms.
Olympic champion Nicola Adams faces a footballer or a teacher in her semi-final at the English National Championships.
The Premier League will have only one top-seeded club in next season's Champions League, as Uefa introduce new rules.
Nigel Farage says UKIP previously used rhetoric to "get noticed" but no longer needs to make "negative arguments" about immigration.
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A lawyer for the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 tells a court in Washington his client should be released from a mental hospital.
An army sergeant accused of a string of sex attacks on female cadets denies he was in the "habit" of smacking their bottoms as they left the office.