Firefighters are tacking a large blaze at a petrol station on Anglesey.
Voters in the battleground of Bolton West tell Today chief correspondent Matthew Price what they made of Friday's leaders' debate.
Political parties in Wales claim victory for their leaders in the seven-way ITV leaders' live debate.
Novak Djokovic will play John Isner in the Miami Open semi-finals while Carla Suarez Navarro faces Serena Williams in the women's final.
A sailor who says he spent two months lost at sea has been rescued after apparently surviving on raw fish and rainwater.
Five Chinese feminists, known for guerrilla-style protests against domestic violence, have been detained for nearly a month, sparking concerns for their health.
Malaysian authorities charge a prominent cartoonist who criticised the jailing of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim with sedition.
A seriously ill man who was evacuated from a remote Antarctic base arrives at hospital in Australia after a rough two-week sea voyage.
Documents released by the American whistle-blower Edward Snowden claim that Britain spied for several years on the Argentine government.
A British-Canadian teacher and an Indonesian are jailed for 10 years for sex abuse at a Jakarta international school, in a controversial case.
Iranians celebrate an outline agreement on the future shape of the country's nuclear programme, reached after marathon talks between Iran and six major powers.
Barack Obama says a framework agreement on Iran's nuclear programme could peacefully resolve "one of the greatest threats to our security".
The Queen is to attend a Westminster Abbey service next month, commemorating the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day.
With the future of the health service a crucial election issue, five experts offer their prescriptions to improve public health in Britain.
As teachers' unions gather for their annual conferences, why has education retained such high levels of union membership?
A sailor who went missing in January has been rescued off the coast of North Carolina after apparently surviving on raw fish.
Natalia Antelava visits a children's centre for youngsters involved in the war in eastern Ukraine.
Hunting for chocolate Easter eggs has been a challenge for the ethical shopper but new EU laws make it easier for such customers.
People travelling by rail over Easter should "think twice" because of widespread engineering works, Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin says
Palestinians are celebrating after Israel's Supreme Court rejects a plan to build the West Bank barrier through a beauty spot near Bethlehem.