An Alabama man is freed after spending nearly three decades on death row, following new tests on bullets that did not link him to the crime scene.
Celtic move eight points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership as they defeat bottom side St Mirren.
Five men and one woman have been arrested in Dover on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences, West Midlands Police says.
Yemen is being torn apart by a war of many sides and the Houthis face a more dangerous foe yet in the jihadists of al-Qaeda, says the BBC's Frank Gardner.
An indigenous tribe in the Amazon jungle succeeds after decades of campaigning in getting back blood samples taken by US researchers in the 1960s.
Andy Murray reaches his fourth Miami Open final with a convincing straight-sets win over Czech eighth seed Tomas Berdych.
The former chief constable of Cumbria Police Stuart Hyde is put in an induced coma to treat meningitis.
Watch a round-up of the best of the action from the week two of the Women's Super League.
BBC Sport looks at big-spending Holcombe, the second-tier hockey club dividing opinion within the domestic game.
The Conservatives and Labour fight off claims they could enter into a post-election deal with the SNP or UKIP, respectively.
A framework for an Iran deal has been reached in Switzerland. Republicans in Washington are now assessing their own options.
Barney Gibson, the youngest cricketer to play in a first-class match in England, retires from the sport aged 19.
Kenya mourns the almost 150 victims of Thursday's al-Shabab attack on the university campus of Garissa amid questions why warnings were ignored.
Campaigning politicians could be endangering lives by covering up exit signs to avoid embarrassing photographs, fire officers warn.
A Patrick Bamford goal takes Middlesbrough to the top of the Championship before deposed leaders Bournemouth kick-off.
Police Scotland launches a dedicated website to help trace the country's most wanted criminals.
Wigan's young wingers Dom Manfredi and Joe Burgess get the tries as St Helens are beaten in the Good Friday derby.
Two people were injured on Thursday after a window cleaning cradle swung violently, crashing into a skyscraper in Shanghai.
UKIP Leader Nigel Farage defends comments made during the leaders' debate about migrants using the NHS for HIV treatment costing £25,000 per year.