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Holders Sevilla survive a scare to book a place in the Europa League semi-finals after edging past Zenit St Petersburg.
European leaders commit extra ships, planes and helicopters to save the lives of migrants in the Mediterranean, as Katya Adler reports.
About 30,000 people march through South Africa's main city, Johannesburg, to demand an end to a recent wave of attacks on African migrants.
The White House says a US counterterrorism operation in January killed two hostages held by al-Qaeda in the Afghan-Pakistan border region.
New CCTV footage of a man wanted for the rape and attempted murder of a woman in Leeds is released in a fresh appeal.
A £20,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the gang responsible for the Hatton Garden heist.
US technology giant Google reports a 4% increase in profits in the first quarter to $3.59bn helped by strong advertising sales.
David Petraeus, a retired US four-star general and former CIA director, is put on probation and fined for leaking classified materials to his mistress.
A police investigation is under way into the suspicious death of a 49-year-old man in Perthshire.
Two people die after a collision between a car and a coach in Wrexham, North Wales Police says.
Neighbours tried "valiantly" but could not save an elderly woman from a house fire in Belfast, a chief fire officer says.
Nicola Adams withdraws from this weekend's England Boxing Elite National Championships after her house was burgled.
Think tank analysis of party manifestos dominate early exchanges at Holyrood's First Minister's Questions as campaigning for the election continues.
German President Joachim Gauck describes as "genocide" the 1915 killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks, a move likely to cause outrage in Turkey.
The city where two-year-olds may fail nursery entrance tests
The US Senate confirms the nomination of Loretta Lynch as the next US Attorney General, making her the first black woman to take up the post.
As thousands march in South Africa to protest against xenophobic violence, the BBC's Karen Allen looks at what is fuelling the mistrust of foreigners.
Rafael Nadal says he "played poorly" after losing in straight sets to Italy's Fabio Fognini in round three of the Barcelona Open.
An east London mayor is removed from office and a poll declared void after he is found guilty of electoral fraud.
Is George Osborne right to say a Labour SNP government would mean higher borrowing?