• France elections: Macron and Le Pen through to run-off  The pair will contest the second round on 7 May with the centrist Emmanuel Macron as favourite.    
  • North Korean university names detained US citizen  Kim Sang-duk, also known as Tony Kim, was teaching at a Pyongyang institution before his arrest.    
  • Venezuela's President Maduro calls for talks with opposition  Nicolas Maduro seeks dialogue with the opposition ahead of the latest in a series of protest rallies.    
  • A night at a French Front National election party  Marine Le Pen's supporters in Marseille watch the results come in with great anticipation.    
  • Aurora photographers find new night sky lights and call them Steve  Steve is a "remarkably common" gas ribbon in the upper atmosphere.    
  • Messi scores last-second winner  Lionel Messi scores his 500th Barcelona goal to send them top of La Liga with a last-minute winner against Real Madrid.    
  • Colombia's ELN loses kidnap victim in jungle escape  Colombia's ELN guerrillas say a Russian-Armenian wildlife trafficker they held hostage has escaped.    
  • Parents' mobile use harms family life, say secondary pupils  More than a third of pupils have felt the need to ask adults to put down their phones, suggests a poll.    
  • North Korea 'ready to sink' US aircraft carrier Vinson  The USS Carl Vinson is expected off the peninsula soon, amid rising regional tension.    
  • Italy migrant crisis: Charities 'colluding' with smugglers  An Italian prosecutor tells a newspaper there is evidence of direct contact between the two.    
  • General election 2017: Tony Blair says Brexit stance more important than party  The former prime minister urges voters not to elect candidates who "back Brexit at any cost".    
  • Germany AfD: Right-wing party picks election leaders  Facing a slump in popularity, the AfD is seeking to enter national parliament for the first time.    
  • Bomb left outside Ardoyne school was designed to kill officers, say police  Police say bomb left outside gates of Belfast primary school could have killed or seriously injured.    
  • Australian girl, 8, escaped a sinking car but family drowned  Chloe Kabealo, who got out and raised the alarm, says she tried to go up for air and kept rising.    
  • Bend It Like Granny  The 98-year-old grandmother from India's Tamil Nadu state who leads a yoga dynasty.    
  • Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg on grief: It does get better  Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg speaks movingly about her grief after the sudden death of her husband.    
  • A study of London youth  After the London 2011 riots, photographer Julian Mahrlein set out to capture the faces of inner-city teenagers.    
  • 'We’re doing something nobody has ever done before'  Steph is an international cheerleader. She’s also blind.    
  • Gunshot survivors bare all for photographer  Photographer Kathy Shorr has photographed 101 gun shooting survivors throughout the US in a powerful new photography project.    
  • Your pictures: Street food  Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Street food".    
  • Africa's top shots: 13-20 April 2017  A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.    
  • Around the world in seven years... on a bike  Leigh Timmis left Derby in 2010 to cycle round the world. He returns today, several years late.    
  • The Holocaust: Who are the missing million?  Researchers have named nearly five million victims of the Holocaust, but they are in a race against time to identify the rest, reports Raffi Berg.    
  • Trump's America: Are voters impressed?  We asked 100 Americans what they think about President Trump's first 100 days.    
  • Warning over fake celebrity accounts targeting children  Law enforcement agencies around the world are concerned about an increase in fake celebrity social media accounts.    
  • DR Congo's Kasai conflict: Voodoo rebels take on Kabila  Mass graves, child soldiers and police decapitations are all features of a little known Congolese conflict, as the BBC's Catherine Byaruhanga reports.    
  • Geeks v government: The battle over public key cryptography  The technology which underpins the internet's security has always been disputed.    
  • Why Rome sends trains filled with rubbish to Austria  Austria is providing an ingenious solution to the desperate problem of overflowing rubbish in Rome.    
  • Film points finger at South Korean government for Sewol disaster  A new film about the Sewol ferry sinking criticises the South Korean government for the tragedy.    
  • Target Somalia: The new scramble for Africa?  Many different countries are trying to get a toehold in Somalia as it slowly emerges from chaos.    
  • Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City  Alexis Sanchez's extra-time winner sees Arsenal beat Manchester City at Wembley to reach a third FA Cup final in four seasons.    
  • PFA Player of the Year: Chelsea's N'Golo Kante wins top award for 2016-17  Chelsea's N'Golo Kante is voted the PFA Player of the Year for 2016-17, with Tottenham's Dele Alli picking up the young player award.    
  • Celtic 2-0 Rangers  Celtic beat Rangers to set up a Scottish Cup final meeting with Aberdeen and the chance to complete a domestic treble.    
  • Fed Cup: GB beaten in Romania as Johanna Konta and Heather Watson lose  Great Britain are consigned back to the Europe/Africa Zone group after losing their Fed Cup World Group II play-off in Romania.    
  • Guardiola must improve Man City's mood quickly after Arsenal defeat - Jermaine Jenas  Pep Guardiola must lift his players quickly to ensure they qualify for next season's Champions League, argues Jermaine Jenas,    
  • London Marathon: An inspirational end to the race for two runners  Swansea Harriers' Matthew Rees helps fellow runner David Wyeth through a painful final 200 metres at the end of the 2017 London Marathon.    
  • Liverpool 1-2 Crystal Palace  Christian Benteke returns to haunt his former club as Crystal Palace beat Liverpool to take a giant stride towards survival.