A two-year-old girl got her foot wedged inside a toy robot and required the help of firefighters to be freed.
England Under-21s forward Saido Berahino is ruled out of the European Championships in the Czech Republic through injury.
Police have wowed to do "whatever it takes" to bring a man who killed nine people at an African-American church in Charleston, South Carolina, to justice.
The UK's best selling bottled ale - thought by many to be made in Cornwall - is not brewed in the county at all, it has been revealed.
London Underground drivers vote to strike for 24 hours in a dispute over pay and the introduction of a new all-night service.
Neuroscientists find that artificially stimulating a positive memory can cause mice to snap out of depression-like behaviour.
A senior military doctor tells an inquest he is "frustrated" by a lack of knowledge of heat illness policy on a fatal SAS selection march.
One of the authors of a report into the risks of buying unregulated breast milk online, Dr Sarah Steele, says claims it boosts the adult immune system are misleading.
The new chairs of the Commons select committees have been announced, with Labour's Frank Field to take on the work and pensions brief.
Police in the Mexican border city of Reynosa dismantle dozens of surveillance cameras set up by a gang to monitor the security forces.
Tommy Chong - one half of the 1970s comedy duo Cheech and Chong - reveals he has rectal cancer.
Pope Francis issues an encyclical on the environment in which he says fossil fuels should be "progressively replaced without delay".
Banks have "creaking" computer systems but the payments failure at RBS was "unacceptable", says the head of the UK banking body.
Chad's military carries out airstrikes against suspected militant positions in neighbouring Nigeria, in response to Monday's twin suicide bombings.
Saturdays singer Rochelle Humes is to present The X Factor spin-off show The Xtra Factor, alongside Kiss FM DJ Melvin Odoom.
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.