Pope Francis wants to achieve real change in the way humanity goes about life, reports Caroline Wyatt.
Dangerous counterfeit and unlicensed medicines worth nearly £16m have been seized in a record haul by the UK's Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.
The age young people start puberty can affect the risk of developing a wide range of diseases from cancer to diabetes, according to a UK study.
Arsonists are believed to have set fire to a church in northern Israel where Jesus is said to have performed a miracle, police say.
A new hi-tech bionic hand created using Formula 1 and military technology has been designed in Britain with the hope of transforming lives across the world.
The full results of spot checks on more than 20 mental health wards for elderly patients are revealed later but already there is a "considerable variation" in standards and practice.
Scotland could lose £3bn because of a decision to exclude new onshore wind farms from a subsidy scheme a year earlier than planned, it is claimed.
Footage of a hit-and-run in which a man appears to be crushed against a wall is released by police.
UK retail sales rose by 0.2% in May, a slowdown from April, after shoppers bought fewer clothes.
Chinese TV footage shows houses washed away and people rescued after torrential rainfall caused flooding in China's Hubei and Jiangsu province.
As options are laid out for renovation works needed at the Palace of Westminster, the Victorian Society says "practically everything needs re-doing".
Kenya's police issue a reward for help capturing a German national accused of being part of an al-Shabab attack on Kenyan soldiers.
Mortgage experts are predicting a "gentle recovery" in activity in the housing market as new figures show lending rose slightly.
Essex bowler Reece Topley is one of five uncapped T20 players named in England's squad to face New Zealand.
The New York Times "should be hanging its head in shame" over a report on the California balcony collapse, says former Irish President Mary McAleese.
A new six-team Women's Cricket Super League gets £3m backing from the England and Wales Cricket Board.
A collision between three military troop carriers on Salisbury Plain "could raise questions" about the training young soldiers get, says a defence expert.
Freed British investigator Peter Humphrey is angry he was denied vital medical treatment during his two years in a Shanghai jail, says Carrie Gracie.
Something was very obviously missing from last night's TV debate between the candidates for Labour leader. It was an election-winning 'Big Idea'.
BBC Two boss Kim Shillinglaw appears to contradict new Top Gear host Chris Evans saying there is no guarantee he will be joined by a female presenter.