The director of BBC Wales warns that plans to cut 1,000 jobs across the corporation will "inevitably impact" its operation in Wales.
As US and Iranian talks resume in Vienna, negotiators must overcome a history of mistrust to strike a historic deal, writes Lyse Doucet
In a U-turn from a previous vote, the lower house of Brazil's Congress approves a bill which could allow 16- to 18-year-olds to be tried as adults.
The businessman's hotel chain is investigating reports that it was the object of a long-running credit card security breach.
Nearly one in 10 full-time teaching posts was either vacant or filled temporarily in 2014, Department for Education figures show.
The New Horizons mission to Pluto releases new colour views of the dwarf planet, revealing some intriguing dark spots.
A man who beat his brother-in-law to death with a mallet and an axe and then hid the body under a pile of manure is convicted of murder.
Karen Carney says she is "devastated" for England's Laura Bassett, who scored an own goal in the semi-final loss to Japan.
The head of Cambridge University says it is "ludicrous" to include overseas students in UK migration targets.
Facebook is to start sharing revenue from advertising with video creators.
A 15-year-old girl is arrested in east London on suspicion of preparation of terrorism.
BP has reached an $18.7bn (£12bn) settlement with the US Department of Justice following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
South Africa's cricket team apologise to the Bangladesh military for using a drone at a practice session in Dhaka.
Britain's Andy Murray reaches the third round at Wimbledon with a one-sided win over Dutchman Robin Haase on court one.
Sunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole signs a new five-year contract to keep him at the Stadium of Light until 2021.
US employment grew by 233,000 in June, with estimates of April and May jobs numbers also revised down, official figures show.
Senegal midfielder Idrissa Gueye is set to sign for Aston Villa in a £9m move from French side Lille.
Comedian and Wimbledon first-timer Josh Widdicombe takes to the grounds of SW19 to meet the different types of people who make it through the gates of the famous venue.
A look back at the life of the Irish singer
Media watchdog Ofcom raises concerns over a fall in spending on drama and children's programming on television.