The South African Football Association holds a news conference to discuss claims about alleged payments for the 2010 World Cup.
A search is under way for a dog that slipped the lead of its blind owner and possibly boarded a train.
Media and experts fear a drought after India lowers its monsoon rains forecast to 88% this year.
The case against two senior republicans accused of IRA membership has collapsed in Belfast.
Children in Scotland are missing out on their free nursery places, the Scottish Conservative Party will say in a debate at Holyrood.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says turning failing schools into Academies will give those running the schools greater freedom.
Cindy Sui visits the Computex technology show in Taiwan and sees some of the latest gadgets, including a wearable charger.
Eniola Aluko says that the World Cup in Canada can have a huge commercial impact while taking the game to new frontiers.
Even if Greece and its creditors agree a temporary rescue this week, the really hard negotiation on how to rescue the Greek economy is yet to be had.
Meet Japan's newest official resident: Godzilla
Two young men are killed in a one-vehicle crash outside Londonderry.
Sony Pictures could lose the rights to distribute further James Bond films when its deal with producers MGM expires this year.
Enrique Iglesias, who sliced his fingers on a drone, will need extra time to recuperate after it is discovered his injuries are worse than expected.
The annual pace of UK house price growth slowed last month, according to the latest survey from Nationwide.
The world's most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider, is returning to full operations after a two year upgrade.
The BBC's Jo Floto in Beijing delves into the many questions raised by Eastern Star's capsizing in the Yangtze River.
John Sudworth watches as the Chinese authorities prepare to recover bodies from a capsized boat on the Yangtze River.
A growing band of hacktivists is helping Islamic State spread its message by attacking media organisations and websites, a security company suggests.
Papers react to Blatter news, Man Utd have bid for Real Madrid's Bale and Varane rejected, Man City want Isco, plus more.
An amendment to tighten the law in Northern Ireland relating to abortion has been defeated in the Assembly.