Tent cities spring up in the Nepalese capital after Saturday's earthquake, which is now reported to have killed some 2,500 people.
Having a strong economy "matters more than anything", David Cameron says as he insists there is "no lack of drive" in the Conservative campaign.
Paula Radcliffe says running the London Marathon competitively for a final time was an "amazing" experience.
Rent increases would be capped at inflation under Labour plans to stop tenants being "ripped off", Ed Miliband says.
Nicola Sturgeon says Ed Miliband "will have to change his tune" on 8 May after saying Labour would not do a deal with the SNP.
A Russian court jails three women for performing a twerking dance in front of a World War Two memorial and posting it online.
Nick Clegg says he wants to remain Liberal Democrat leader "in all circumstances" after the election.
A man is charged with the murder of Tracey Woodford, whose body was found dismembered in a flat in Pontypridd.
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood says she will use the election to push for a "rebalancing of power and wealth" across the UK.
France's president warns that anti-Semitism and racism "are still here" on a commemorative visit to the site of France's only Nazi concentration camp.
Deutsche Bank reports a sharp fall in profits after setting aside €1.5bn to cover legal costs, days after being fined €2.3bn for rate rigging.
Author Harper Lee starts a non-profit company to produce a play of To Kill a Mockingbird in her hometown of Monroeville, after a dispute threatened to end the show.
Many of the dozens of historic temples and other landmarks in Nepal's Kathmandu valley have been reduced to rubble by the earthquake that shook large areas of the country.
Monday's newspapers focus on the efforts to rescue trapped survivors of the Nepal earthquake. And there is news of a Labour plan to cut stamp duty for first-time property buyers.
As fighting raged in the Yemeni port of Aden this last week, the BBC's Orla Guerin made a brief visit from nearby Djibouti - in a cargo boat.
Only months after its launch, the new Russian-sponsored Eurasian Economic Union is not going as planned in Kazakhstan. The BBC's Abdujalil Abdurasulov finds out why.
The Magnitude 7.8 Nepal earthquake has occurred in what is one of the most seismically active regions in the world.
After two individuals, Warren Weinstein and Giovanni Lo Porto, are killed in a raid, questions are raised about US counterterrorism.
Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes is to adapt Anthony Trollope's Doctor Thorne - one of his favourite novels - for TV.
London Marathon latecomer gets her own private start to the race.
Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard wins the Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year award.
Ronnie O'Sullivan needs one frame to beat Matthew Stevens and move into the World Championship last eight.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his team are not boring but suggests Arsenal are after failing to win the title since 2003-04.
Wasps announce plans for a £35m bond and say they are on course to become the richest rugby club in the world.
Alan Shearer explains why Eden Hazard is a worthy winner of the PFA Player of the Year award and says other accolades await the Belgian.
Profit warnings from UK-listed companies rose in the first three months of the year despite the improved economic outlook, a report says.
Ferdinand Piech, the chairman of VW, Europe's biggest carmaker, resigns after a power struggle with his chief executive.
Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg says he would not join any coalition government after the election that was "held hostage" by UKIP or the SNP.
Labour and the SNP clash on the issue of a second independence referendum as general election campaigning continues in Scotland.
Researchers develop a technique to edit out bits of mitochondrial DNA that could otherwise pass on incurable diseases, a study in mice shows.