Two members of the Red Devils display team who had a narrow escape when part of a display went wrong say they were "just doing their job".
At least 12 members of the same family, including women and children, are killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province.
Lewis Hamilton says he feared his spin in qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix would cost him pole position.
Frankie Dettori rides Undrafted to victory in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes to pick up his third Royal Ascot win.
Kat Copeland and Charlotte Taylor set a new world record in the lightweight double sculls to reach Sunday's World Cup II finals.
James Salter, an American author who was dubbed the "greatest writer you've never read," dies at the age of 90, according to his publisher.
A Red Devil parachutist who was caught in mid-air by a team-mate when his chute failed to open says he owes his colleague a pint.
Security officials say 11 policemen were injured in overnight grenade attacks in the capital Bujumbura amid continuing political unrest.
Laura Robson suffers a heavy defeat on her return to action in Eastbourne after 17 months out with a wrist injury.
Singer Charlotte Church brands austerity "unethical, unfair and unnecessary" during an anti-austerity march in London.
Residents of Mumbai mourn dozens killed by toxic alcohol in what police say is the worst incident of its kind in the Indian city in a decade.
Labour's four leadership contenders discuss the economy, the UK's nuclear deterrent and reducing the benefit cap at the second debate of the contest.
World number two Roger Federer eases into the Gerry Weber Open final with straight-set win over Ivo Karlovic.
Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders insists cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad will be shown on TV after they fail to air because of a "mix-up".
At least three people are dead and dozens injured after a man drove his car into a crowded square in the Austrian city of Graz.
Lewis Hamilton heads a Mercedes one-two in qualifying at the Austrian Grand Prix despite both cars going off on their final laps of the session.
A Greek minister says new proposals will be put to creditors to "get closer to a solution" ahead of a crisis summit on Monday.
A 13-year-old boy is arrested on suspicion of riotous behaviour following disturbances in east Belfast on Friday night.
Amber Hill claims Great Britain's first shooting gold at the European Games in Baku by winning the women's skeet final.
A British man killed while fighting with Islamist militant group al-Shabab in Kenya was second in command of his unit and also played the role of cameraman, the BBC has learned.