Iranian mathematician Prof Maryam Mirzakhani becomes the first woman to win a Fields Medal at a ceremony in Seoul, South Korea.
Two people are found dead from gunshot wounds in the Ledbury area, police confirm.
The invaluable work done by tens of thousands of women during the First and Second World Wars is being commemorated in a work of art.
England women's coach Gary Street and Ireland counterpart Philip ‘Goose’ Doyle will put friendship aside for their World Cup semi-final.
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Tens of thousands of civilians remain trapped by militants on a mountain in northern Iraq and need "life-saving assistance", the UN warns.
Ministers identify 12 export licenses to Israel that they would suspend in the event of what they describe as "significant hostilities" resuming in Gaza.
US health experts say there are some "promising vaccines" close to being available to treat the Ebola virus.
President Obama leads tributes to actor and comedian Robin Williams, who has died in an apparent suicide.
Monty Python star Terry Gilliam pays tribute to the late Robin Williams whom he worked with on the film The Fisher King.
Drivers are being charged different prices online for the same car rental based on where they live in Europe, the European Commission says.
Two men who plotted to have a pregnant woman beaten up in order to get rid of her unborn child are jailed.
Three RAF Tornado jets leave the UK to support efforts to deliver aid to thousands of refugees trapped on a mountain in northern Iraq.
Sporting Lisbon defender Marcos Rojo hands in a transfer request and admits his desire to join Manchester United.
Protests continue in the St Louis, Missouri, suburb of Ferguson, three days after the shooting of an unarmed black teenage by police.
An Edinburgh painter and decorator who won more than £7m on the lottery vows to share some of his fortune with a workmate.
Wales' biggest health board will not face police action over an outbreak of Clostridium difficile (C. diff) at hospitals in north Wales.
A man who went through Jersey's care system describes friendly German soldiers during WW2, and later bullying and electric shocks in a life that became "hell".
Three Polish brothers aged between 10 and 15 are missing from the home of their foster parents in Sunderland.
The Scottish government says it will consider emergency funding for local authorities to help deal with the costs of flood damage.