The 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo is to be marked with an exhibition in the Belgian town of Waterloo.
People who have filed late tax returns are to be let off paying a £100 fine for missing the deadline, HM Revenue and Customs has confirmed.
The US military orders a review into how it handles anthrax, after discovering more cases of live anthrax sent to laboratories, including one in Australia.
The controversial FA Cup Final of WW1
Suleiman Hashimu tells the BBC why he walked for 18 days and wore out six pairs of shoes to see the inauguration of Nigeria's president.
The rising number of Chinese nationals working abroad is causing Beijing to adapt its foreign policy in order to protect them, says Jonathan Marcus.
Why doesn't the UK have direct trains to Madrid or Berlin?
The link between obesity and cancer, a tax amnesty, and the re-election of Sepp Blatter make the headlines.
England's record wicket-taker James Anderson credits younger players with giving the England team "a kick up the backside".
How whale science is taking to the skies
The elusive element that can make body parts glow
Hull has announced it will host the Turner Prize when it is City of Culture in 2017 - Will Gompertz asks if art can revive a city's fortunes.
The campaigns duelling over women's clothing
Mobile operator EE and the BBC will test a mobile app at the FA Cup final which uses 4G Broadcast technology to offer instant replays to fans in the stadium.
A lung cancer therapy can more than double life expectancy in some patients, a major trial shows.
Crisis talks aimed at averting strike action are resuming as a dispute between National Rail and its workers over pay continues.
Labour leadership contender Yvette Cooper says Labour was "squeamish" about talking about immigration in the past in an interview with Newsnight.
The Colombian government and Farc guerrillas begin working together to clear landmines sown during 50 years of war.
Italy rescued a total of more than 3,300 migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean on Friday, the country's coastguard says.
Drink-driving offences have fallen in Scotland following the introduction of a lower alcohol limit, new figures show.