The Nigerian central bank has imposed new foreign exchange controls to try to stem the flow of dollars out of the country
Will people benefit from the power to 'undo send' on email?
Max Mosley says Formula 1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone's role "won't change" if a takeover of the sport is complete.
The museum that wants you to feel its history
Hungary says it has not suspended a key EU asylum rule over the processing of asylum claims, a day after announcing the move.
Dutch police threaten to disrupt the opening stages of the Tour de France as part of industrial action for better pay.
The retailer American Apparel details sexist and racist misconduct claims against former boss Dov Charney in a court filing.
David Cameron and Harriet Harman clash over welfare cuts at prime minister's questions after the PM warns the Greek crisis proves his economic strategy right.
Britain's Nicola Adams will fight for gold at the European Games in Baku after winning her flyweight semi-final.
Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is facing his victims in court as he is formally sentenced to death for his role in the 2013 attacks.
President Barack Obama will announce changes to how the US government handles hostage situations that involve American citizens.
Phil McNulty says Liverpool are erasing the mistakes of last summer, but Brendan Rodgers' Anfield career rests on results.
The threat of a UK national rail strike is averted after Network Rail agrees two-year pay deal with unions
A nine-hole golf course is planned for St George's Park, it emerges, as Steven Gerrard calls the training centre "boring".
The Buckingham Palace rooms frozen in the 1940s
The way child poverty is measured is set to change, but can the government do it in a way that is not seen to be cynical, asks the BBC's Ross Hawkins.
A mother who fled with her young son during a custody battle will not face further legal proceedings after the boy's father drops the case.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras criticises Greece's international creditors after they fail to accept his government's latest reform proposals.
Managers across England must "raise their game" to create happy, healthy workplaces, England's chief health advisers have warned.
A post-mortem examination obtained by the Baltimore Sun finds Freddie Gray suffered a "high-energy injury" after his arrest inside a police van.