People in Reunion have been combing the beaches looking for further debris that could be linked to missing flight MH370.
A boat said to have been carrying more than 200 people capsizes on Lake Victoria, with reports saying lives have been lost.
A number of homes are evacuated in the South Link area of west Belfast due to a security alert.
Three men are charged with murder following the death of a man who was found unconscious on a Cardiff street.
The Stormont committee investigating the £1bn sale of Nama's Northern Ireland loan book is to meet on Wednesday to consider its next steps.
Plans for a development bank for Wales are dumped over criticism of credit charges and job creation record.
Playing music in the operating theatre can be disruptive and surgeons should think twice about pressing the play button, according to a small study.
Experts are due to examine part of a wing that washed up on the island of Reunion last week and is thought to have belonged to missing flight MH370.
The UK-based editor of the Sarawak Report, Clare Rewcastle-Brown, accuses Malaysia of "silencing free media" after a warrant is issued for her arrest.
The BBC's Wyre Davies takes a helicopter tour over Rio de Janeiro to survey the preparations for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Thursday marks 70 years to the day since the United States dropped the world's first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima.
What do we know so far about left-wing Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn's programme for government?
Four experts share their thoughts on the anti-vaccination movement.
A Picasso painting worth more than $27m (£17m) has been seized and impounded by French custom officials in Corsica.
Sweden has welcomed migrants to the country, but that does not mean it has been plain sailing, says Shaun Ley.
The Syrian President has been forced to acknowledge setbacks as he fights for the survival of his regime, says Jim Muir.
The pool of blood that changed my life
The decline of the Hainan gibbon - the world's rarest primate - has been revealed by a trawl through historical Chinese documents.
How intelligence agencies hack mobile phones
Haulage firms and lorry drivers owe more than £4m in fines imposed by UK Border Force staff after migrants were found on their vehicles.