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A Frenchwoman wounded in the attack on Tunisia's national museum dies of her injuries, bringing the total number killed to 22.
Elections in Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation, are extended to Sunday in some parts of the country after delays and a number of attacks.
Islamist militants capture the north-western Syrian city of Idlib for the first time, monitoring groups and jihadists say.
The co-pilot of the Germanwings Airbus which crashed in the French Alps predicted "one day everyone will know my name", his ex-girlfriend says.
A light bulb made with graphene - said by its UK developers to be the first commercially viable consumer product using the super-strong carbon - is to go on sale later this year.
A couple marry in the Easter egg aisle of the Cambridgeshire supermarket where they shared their first date.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon says her party will reform the "discredited Westminster system" for ordinary people, wherever they are in the UK.
It has been an eventful day for Nigeria, as the country votes in long-awaited presidential elections. BBC Africa looks back at the day's key developments.
The father of a British man killed in the Alps air crash urges airlines to look after pilots "properly", saying the victims of the disaster should "never be forgotten".
A spectator is killed in a crash involving British driver Jann Mardenborough during an endurance race at the Nurburgring.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta suspends four ministers and 12 other high-ranking officials after they were implicated in corrupt deals.
Talks aimed at restricting Iran's nuclear programme in exchange for sanctions relief enter their final days, ahead of an end of March deadline.
James Corden has talked of the "overwhelming" reaction to his US late night talk show, saying he had feared a "terrible onslaught" of criticism.
Sir Roger Moore, star of seven Bond movies, denies there was any implication of racism towards Idris Elba in a recent interview.
Canadian Olympic 400m runner Daundre Barnaby dies in a swimming accident on the Caribbean island of St Kitts, aged 24.
A chocolatier in Lincolnshire has created a seven-foot (2.1-metre) Easter egg, which he will sell in pieces to raise money for charity, the BBC's Jill Archbold reports.
All hospitals in England will provide "a truly seven-day NHS" by 2020 under a future Conservative government, David Cameron says.
A police constable appears in court charged with murdering his wife in Northamptonshire.
Lewis Hamilton takes pole despite appearing to be blocked by Nico Rosberg after spectacular thunderstorms delay qualifying.
Two Czech women tourists kidnapped two years ago in Pakistan have been released and have returned home, the Czech PM says.