Neath-born singing star Katherine Jenkins is expecting her first child - a baby girl - with her husband Andrew Levitas.
Iran suspends flights for pilgrims to Saudi Arabia following the alleged sexual assaults of two Iranian boys in Jeddah.
An opera about five people trapped in one of the Twin Towers during the 9/11 attacks is called a "remarkable piece of work" by one UK critic.
Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi is still fighting to recover from the head injury he suffered in a crash, says his father.
BBC Sport looks at Jordan Spieth's rise to Masters glory and asks where next for golf's new superstar?
Family of missing Johanna Powell say the Foreign Office has told them that the body of a woman has been found in a search of a river in Laos, south-east Asia.
Labour launches its manifesto ahead of the general election. Here are some of the key points.
Chelsea will face Manchester City in the FA Women's Cup semi-finals, while Everton host Notts County.
The trial opens in Turkey of 45 managers and employees charged over a mine disaster in which 301 people were killed last year.
A video is released of a white reserve sheriff deputy in Oklahoma fatally shooting a black man after apparently mistaking his gun for his Taser.
Labour has launched its election manifesto with a promise to be responsible with the country's finances.
The fatal accident inquiry into the Glasgow bin lorry crash will look at the driver's medical background and his fitness to hold a licence.
David Bowie has written a number of new "classics" about love and violence for his forthcoming stage show, its director reveals.
As more details emerge of the jewel robbery in London's Hatton Garden, questions about how the thieves got away with it proliferate.
Guenter Grass, German Nobel literature prize winner and author of The Tin Drum, has died aged 87.
Labour's Ed Balls tells the BBC he could not guarantee that Scotland would be exempt from spending cuts if he became the next chancellor.
Ordinary Russians are struggling with a shrinking economy, which their government blames on Western sanctions, says Bridget Kendall.
Soaring sales of old-fashioned records have led to the launch of an official weekly vinyl chart, as Jon Ironmonger reports.
Labour is launching its manifesto for the 2015 General Election in Manchester, the first of the main parties to do so
QPR say they will ban any fans who threw missiles in the side's home defeat by Chelsea and will liaise with police.