BBC News rounds up the third week of election campaigning.
The political party founded by murdered Russian dissident Boris Nemtsov says it will form a loose anti-Putin alliance ahead of 2016 elections.
An image of the leaders of the SNP, the Green Party and Plaid Cymru hugging went viral after Thursday's BBC debate. But what do their parties have in common?
African artists give their take on the Divine Comedy
Zebras went on the loose in Brussels but were soon captured
Will Gompertz meets Sir Kenneth Branagh to talk about the actor and director's new project - launching his own theatre company.
Labour leader Ed Miliband is to announce plans for a new task force to crack down on the illegal exploitation of workers in a speech on immigration.
UKIP's Nigel Farage will be among leaders to face audience questions in BBC regional election special broadcasts.
West Indies hold on to draw the first Test on the day James Anderson becomes England's leading Test wicket-taker.
There's no such thing as the scrapheap
China is keeping Britain on its toes in the global race to capture China's attention.
Middlesbrough move back to the top of the Championship table with an edgy win over fellow promotion-chasers Norwich.
Edinburgh book their place in the Challenge Cup final with a comprehensive five-try victory over Newport Gwent Dragons.
From his Burnley breakthrough to beating Sir Ian Botham, BBC Sport traces James Anderson's journey to the top.
Footage of a man falling from a subway platform in Philadelphia in front of shocked passengers before being rescued by a passer-by, Charles Collins.
Hundreds of people have attended a candelit vigil in Glasgow for murdered student Karen Buckley.
Adam Peaty sets a world record in the 100m breaststroke on the penultimate night of the British Swimming Championships.
A schoolboy is taken to hospital after an incident at Belfast High School at Jordanstown in Newtownabbey.
Argentina has started legal proceedings against three British and two US companies for drilling oil near the Falkland Islands.
Four members of the Royal Navy have been charged with sexual assault after an alleged incident in Nova Scotia, Canada's military police says.