Saracens increase their chances of a top-two finish with victory over play-off rivals Leicester Tigers at Allianz Park.
An Islamist politician convicted of war crimes during Bangladesh's 1971 war of independence from Pakistan is hanged at a prison in Dhaka.
Watch the moment Oxford beat Cambridge to win the historic first staging of the Women's Boat Race on the same course and same day as the men.
Health officials are expected to push forward plans to end consultant-led maternity services at a north Wales hospital, BBC Wales understands.
The £8bn funding gap identified by the head of NHS England is fuelling a heated series of exchanges dominating the campaign debate.
In-form Christian Benteke scores the only goal as Aston Villa beat Tottenham to move six points above the relegation zone.
Many Clouds wins the 2015 Grand National to give Leighton Aspell his second consecutive victory, as AP McCoy finishes fifth.
Bottom club Leicester revitalise their hopes of escaping relegation as Jamie Vardy snatches a late winner away to West Brom.
Tennis star Andy Murray has arrived at Dunblane Cathedral in Scotland for his wedding, dressed in a traditional Scottish kilt.
A charity named after West Bromwich Albion legend Jeff Astle is launched on a day in his honour.
Pontypool Museum will celebrate local links to the battle of Waterloo, marking 200 years since the Duke of Wellington led allied forces to victory.
Richie Myler scores a hat-trick as Warrington thrash Super League strugglers Wakefield, running in 14 unanswered tries.
Turkey's main opposition party accuses state television of banning its election campaign advert because it directly targets the government.
What the Cecil Rhodes anger has revealed in South Africa
Seven people are injured following a vehicle explosion in Koh Samui, Thailand.
A man who ran 100 marathons in 100 days was greeted by large crowds as he ended his ended his epic challenge in New York's Times Square.
Rival bosses and former team-mates Garry Monk and Roberto Martinez share the points as Swansea draw with Everton.
A fire believed to have been started by a flaming projectile launched from a trebuchet at Warwick Castle destroys an historic boathouse.
Thousands of people descend on Aintree Racecourse for the annual Grand National spectacular - which could prove to be a tricky day for the bookies.
Dapper Laughs made his live comeback gig since returning the character on Christmas Day last year