A woman dubbed the Hackney Heroine for standing up to rioters in 2011 says she is standing down from the race to be Liberal Democrat president.
Country music legend Johnny Cash's childhood home is opened to the public as part of a drive to revitalise the Arkansas town where he grew up.
In an interview with the BBC, Iraq's former foreign minister Hoshyar Zebari outlines the "formidable" international threat that militant group the Islamic State (IS) poses.
A four-year-old boy is rescued from a Swansea dock after a man who was eating at a nearby restaurant saw him fall in.
Men from Wales who lost their lives in Flanders during World War One are remembered at a ceremony in Belgium.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge says the team has moved on after Luis Suarez's exit and are stronger than last term.
Newcastle United remembers fans who died on flight MH17
Mo Farah, Greg Rutherford and the relay teams help Britain to a record 12 gold medals at the European Championships.
England rout India by an innings and 244 runs in the final Test at The Oval to complete a 3-1 series triumph.
Lorries from a Russian convoy carrying aid to eastern Ukraine have reached a border post controlled by separatists.
A major pro-government rally in Hong Kong has drawn thousands of supporters, in response to civil disobedience campaigns by activists.
The Irish justice minister says she is "concerned" about a woman and baby at the centre of a controversy over the state's new abortion legislation.
Peace talks on ending the Gaza conflict resume in Cairo a day before the current ceasefire is set to expire.
Kiss singer and bassist Gene Simmons apologises for "spur of the moment" remarks about people who suffer from depression.
What does the future hold for the children of Gaza?
The Bishop of Manchester has criticised Prime Minister David Cameron's response in Iraq, saying that the lives of Christians and other civilians there are being put at risk.
The stars of Downton Abbey pose with water bottles for a charity picture after a recent gaffe in which a plastic bottle was left in a promotional photo.
Police at the scene of further unrest in a suburb of St Louis in the US have confirmed that a victim of a shooting is in a critical condition and "may lose their life".
Kurdish forces says them need improved weaponry in order to tackle Islamic State militants in Iraq.
About 150 people defy a curfew in Ferguson, the St Louis suburb where a black teenager was shot dead by US police, as police respond with tear gas.