Iran's President Hassan Rouhani warns that time is running out for negotiating a permanent deal on his country's nuclear programme, as a deadline nears.
A verdict is expected on Saturday in the retrial of former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who faces charges of ordering the killing of protesters.
Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas tells the UN he will seek punishment for "war crimes" committed during Israel's recent war with Gaza.
High street optician Optical Express is considering an appeal after a woman was awarded £500,000 damages when laser surgery left her sight damaged.
With American professional football hit by abuse scandals and the behaviour of its athletes under scrutiny, some are wondering if college, and even high school football, might be partly to blame. The BBC's Aleem Maqbool reports.
Red tape frustrates French motoring school
A fire in an air traffic control facility that grounded all flights in and out of Chicago's two major airports was set by an employee, officials say.
The International Monetary Fund has told the BBC it will not offer Zimbabwe more money because the country is in arrears on repayments of existing loans.
Exercising in coat tails and corsets
How a disabled woman food-blogged her way back to health
Rescuers retrieve more bodies from the River Paraguay following Wednesday's boat accident, which killed Brazilian tourists and Paraguayan crew.
The largest exhibition of contemporary art from China and Taiwan to be held in the UK to date is being staged in venues across Manchester.
Belgium and its multiple parliaments
Four British men are charged with drugs offences following the seizure of more than a tonne of cocaine off the Irish coast earlier this week.
Young first-time buyers in England would be offered the chance to buy one of 100,000 new homes at a 20% discount, the Conservatives pledge.
An image of missing Aberdeen woman Kelli Ferris is to be projected in the city centre more than a fortnight after her disappearance.
But should you really be afraid of this toxic red element?
Sergio Garcia's Ryder Cup team-mates defend the Spaniard after his performance in 2008 was criticised by Sir Nick Faldo.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has told the BBC's Newsnight that the UK's air strikes in Iraq were the start of "a long drawn out campaign".
The United Nations Human Rights Council passes resolution backing Argentina in its debt battle against US hedge funds.