The US is to end exemptions over Iran's oil sales. It will target countries, including China and India, that currently benefit from waivers to sanctions. Also: Billionaire brothers arrested in Algeria and marijuana's effect on the waistline.
Sri Lanka attacks: Officials say 'international network' linked to bombings
Government sources say lethal attacks carried out by local Islamists with foreign support. 290 people have been confirmed killed and 500 injured in suicide-attacks on churches and hotels.
Also, reunion of Thai schoolboys with the divers who rescued them, and how two gorillas 'posed' for selfie with anti-poaching unit in DR Congo.
Hundreds killed in Sri Lanka bombings
More than two hundred die and hundreds more are injured in eight blasts which targeted busy luxury hotels and Easter services at churches. Also: a comic actor has won Ukraine's presidential election run-off, and there’s mistrust in Sudan over who will rule the country after months of unrest.
Sudanese officials say millions of dollars in cash found at home of deposed president
Prosecutors in Sudan say former president Omar al-Bashir is being investigated for money laundering after a hoard of cash was allegedly found hidden in sacks at his home. Also: Teenage migrants make the dangerous crossing from Morocco to Spain, and a Japanese man has become the first blind sailor to cross the Pacific Ocean – six years after being capsized by a whale.
US couple sentenced to life for torture of children
David and Louise Turpin have been sentenced to life in prison by a California court for shackling, starving and abusing 12 of their 13 children for years. Also: Ukraine's presidential candidates trade insults at a stadium debate, and Paris marks Good Friday in the wake of the Notre Dame Cathedral fire.