Thousands of fans turn up to watch Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill make her comeback after nearly two years out.
Civilians in the north of Yemen are struggling to flee stepped up air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition targeting Houthi rebels, aid agencies say.
Pedro scores a fantastic bicycle kick as Barcelona beat David Moyes's Real Sociedad to move to within one win of the title.
Two foreign envoys who survived the helicopter crash spoke to the BBC about the fatal incident.
Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini score as Manchester United strengthen their grip on fourth place by beating Crystal Palace.
Peruvian soldiers are deployed near the Tia Maria copper mine project following the deaths of a protester and a policeman.
Thousands of people turned out for one of the biggest Liberation Day events to date in Jersey.
Police in Macedonia are fighting a heavily-armed group from an unidentified neighbouring state, say officials.
Senior Labour MPs take soundings as the party begins its search for a new leader to replace Ed Miliband following the Conservatives' election victory.
Nico Rosberg says beating Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the Spanish GP is important for his title challenge.
Tributes are paid to British backpacker Matthew Carapiet by his family as they confirm he was killed in the Nepal earthquake.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo orders the release of five political prisoners in restive Papua province and lifts travel restrictions on foreign journalists.
Petra Kvitova blends power and precision to crush Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-1 6-2 in the Madrid Open final.
Russians took to the streets outside the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow to celebrate 70 years since the end of World War Two.
Riyad Mahrez hits a brace as Leicester beat Southampton to make it six wins from seven and further boost their survival hopes.
Burnley are relegated from the Premier League after one season despite a first win in seven games, over Hull.
Inverness clinch third place in the Premiership with victory at Dens Park to guarantee European football for the first time.
Hospital bosses in Sussex apologise after about 850 patients were sent leaflets in error suggesting they might have cancer.
Defending champion Rafael Nadal beats Tomas Berdych to book his place in Sunday's Madrid Open final.
Thousands of people turn out for a parade to mark 100 years since soldiers marched through Belfast city centre before leaving for World War One.