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Oil giant BP reports a sharp fall in profit to $2.13bn (£1.39bn) for the first quarter as the dramatic fall in oil prices takes its toll.
The richest fight in the history of boxing takes place on Saturday in Las Vegas.
An appeals court in South Korea finds the captain of the sunken Sewol ferry guilty of homicide and increases his sentence to life in jail.
Belgian footballer Gregory Mertens is in hospital after collapsing during a development game for his club.
A man is charged with the murder of a 20-year-old student found with severe head injuries near Leeds railway station.
International aid supplies are being distributed in Nepal after the earthquake struck four days ago.
As Bournemouth all but win promotion to the Premier League, BBC Sport looks at some of the other clubs who defied the odds.
The US city of Baltimore has declared a state of emergency amid violent protests over the death of a black man fatally injured in police custody.
Plans for a country park, lake and resort on an opencast mine site, which have been recommended for approval, are delayed.
Plaid Cymru pledges to end the postcode lottery that it says patients in Wales can face in getting new medicines on the NHS.
France and Australia have condemned the death penalty as executions for three of their nationals looms in Indonesia.
Distraught family members of two Australian drug smugglers are mobbed by reporters as they arrive in Indonesia ahead of expected executions.
The Vatican Science Academy will urge Christians to take action on climate change because it threatens the world's poor.
Russia shows off a new-generation tank called Armata T-14 ahead of World War Two Victory Day celebrations on 9 May.
Eight million people were affected by the Nepal earthquake and 1.4m are in need of food aid, the UN says, as the death toll tops 4,000.
Thousands race to replaster a massive mosque in a day
An RAF flight carrying UK aid and British army troops, including Gurkhas, is flying to Nepal, where many British and Irish nationals are missing.
Why are people in Hong Kong protesting against proposed electoral changes?
The mothers being criminalised in El Salvador
Picturing North America through its railways and coasts