Heavy fighting erupts at Donetsk airport in eastern Ukraine, as both government troops and pro-Russia rebels claim control over the facility.
David Cameron says he will "examine all the circumstances" surrounding the murder of schoolgirl Alice Gross whose body was recovered on Tuesday.
Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster has said she is to seek a judicial review over the approval of the Belfast Metropolitan Area Plan (BMAP).
Wigan will face St Helens in Super League's Grand Final after overcoming Warrington 16-12 in a gripping play-off semi-final.
The head at one of the schools in Birmingham at the centre of the Trojan Horse controversy is confronted by a group of parents.
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Internet connectivity in Nigeria is improving and the emergence of movie streaming services may help the growth of the local film industry.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness says he was "horrified and disgusted" by an arson attack on an Orange hall in County Donegal.
Mark Reckless, the Kent Conservative MP who defected to UKIP, has moved his family as the controversy around his actions continues.
A US judge orders the government to release videotapes depicting a Guantanamo Bay prisoner on hunger strike being force-fed.
The crew of TV's Top Gear fly out of Argentina after facing protests over a number plate which appeared to refer to the 1982 Falklands War.
The future of Scotland's largest power station is in doubt due to the high cost of connecting to the national grid, the BBC has learned.
Nine UN peacekeepers in Mali are killed after their convoy was ambushed in the north-east, the deadliest attack on the force so far, the UN says.
Lebanese towns and villages are increasingly imposing curfews on Syrian refugees, restricting their movements, Human Rights Watch says.
Scores of Kenyan MPs are preparing to visit The Hague to back President Uhuru Kenyatta, who is due to appear at the International Criminal Court.
Rebecca Alifimoff, who is one the young Foyle Young Poet of the Year award winners, talks to the BBC about her writing.
At least 32 people have died in a stampede at a Hindu religious festival in the state of Bihar in northern India, officials say.
Sweden is to "recognise the state of Palestine", Prime Minister Stefan Lofven says, the first long-term EU member country to do so.
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