UK's inflation rate, as measured by the consumer prices index, fell to 1.6% in March, the Office for National Statistics says.
Nicaragua is preparing for the possibility of a massive earthquake hitting the nation after a string of smaller tremors rocked the area.
Red Bull's appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification from last month's Australian Grand Prix is rejected.
A female London Marathon runner from Sierra Leone is missing after she disappeared and failed to catch a flight home.
The singer's next court hearing over his assault charge for hitting a limousine driver will take place in May.
Iran complains to the United Nations over the decision by the US to refuse a visa for its newly appointed permanent representative.
The finish line for the Boston Marathon has been re-installed, as part of a tribute to the people who were killed and injured in a bomb attack at last year's event.
Author Donna Tartt is awarded this year's Pulitzer Prize for fiction, for her critically acclaimed third novel The Goldfinch.
Michael Jackson's mother is ordered by a US court to pay more than $800,000 (£480,000) in trial costs to concert promoter AEG Live.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage rejects claims he might have abused EU expenses, describing a newspaper report as "utterly outrageous'.
The US president urges his Russian counterpart to use his influence to make separatists in eastern Ukraine stand down as the government moves against them.
Global drinks giant Diageo announces it will launch a $1.9bn tender offer to acquire a majority stake in India's United Spirits Ltd.
Rare artefacts connected to Napoleon Bonaparte, including a lock of his hair, are stolen from a museum in Australia, local police say.
A robotic submarine sent to search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane has had its first mission cut short, as it exceeds its operating depth.
Afghanistan's deputy minister of public works Ahmad Shah Wahid is kidnapped by armed men in Kabul, officials say.
The wrestler died at his Arizona hotel on 8 April, days after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
Scottish independence would leave the Royal Navy less efficient and weaken defence, First Sea Lord Admiral Sir George Zambellas claims.
China's demand for gold is expected to rise by about 20% by 2017, as the country's population becomes increasingly wealthy, the World Gold Council says.
Australia approves construction of a second international airport in Sydney, nearly 70 years after the idea was first debated.
Lawyers for the former Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladic have asked for the most serious genocide charges against him to be dropped.