Florence and the Machine will headline the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury this year, following Foo Fighters' withdrawal from the Friday night slot.
A rebel alliance in southern Syria has begun an offensive against government forces in Quneitra province, near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
Snapchat chief executive Evan Spiegel delete every tweet he has ever written to publicise the mobile app that wipes posts after a few seconds.
Stormont's finance committee has agreed to allow finance minister Arlene Foster to rush her new budget bill through the assembly.
An armed thief who robbed an Edinburgh jewellers and hijacked a taxi at gunpoint is jailed for 13 years.
Human rights activists go to court to get Kenya's government to destroy data collected listing children who are HIV positive.
Prince Charles is unveiling a memorial to the allied British, Dutch, Belgian and German soldiers who fought at the Battle of Waterloo.
A record nine million emergency calls were made to the ambulance service in England last year, figures show.
An 18-year-old man is arrested over the "savage and brutal" murder of 14-year-old boy found in Carlisle cemetery.
A tiger that escaped from a flooded zoo in Georgia has killed a man, according to media reports.
A 19-year-old is arrested in connection with a Facebook post that claimed schoolgirl Amber Peat had been murdered.
A Cardiff man who planned to travel to Syria to fight with Islamic State pleads guilty to a terror charge at the Old Bailey.
The cost of conflict has reached a record $14.3tn, more than 13% of world GDP, a report by the Institute for Economics and Peace says.
Boeing warns arch-rival Airbus over unconfirmed reports that the European planemaker wants state aid for a new version of its A380.
Nigel Farage attempts to kill off "myths" he says are being peddled by pro-EU campaigners, ahead of the referendum campaign.
Fifa, football's world governing body, has been engulfed by claims of widespread corruption since the early hours of 27 May, since Swiss police raided a luxury hotel in Zurich and arrested seven of its top executives.
Olympic champion Jade Jones wins her first fight in the -57kg class of taekwondo at the European Games in Baku, Azerbaijan.
A woman accepts an unusual marriage proposal which her boyfriend disguised within The Times newspaper's cryptic crossword clues.
A kangaroo that survived for four days with an arrow lodged in her head is successfully treated in Queensland, Australia.
Greece's central bank has warned for the first time that the country could be on a "painful course" towards default and exiting the eurozone.