Residents of the Georgian capital, Tbilisi, are told to stay indoors after flooding kills eight people and leads a number of zoo animals to escape.
A hospital in Seoul suspends services after being identified as the source of almost half the cases in the outbreak of the Mers virus.
Mark Warburton and David Weir will sign a deal to become Rangers' new management team within 24 hours.
A man has died after he was attacked twice in Cambridge by different people within a half hour period, police say.
Tom Meents has completed a full forward rotation front flip in a monster truck but has missed out on a Guinness World Record title because the truck over rotated.
Police arrest two more men after a father of three was shot dead at a pigeon club in Dublin on Friday.
Five Seconds of Summer's Michael Clifford walked in to a shooting flame at a concert in London.
Eleanor Hawkins, a British woman jailed for taking her clothes off on a mountain in Malaysia, has returned to the UK.
Northern Ireland's education system must adapt to train student for "real jobs in the real world", according to the boss of an engineering firm.
Senior Horticulturist at Edinburgh's Royal Botanical Gardens, Sadie Barber, describes the ''amazing strategy'' of the titan arum, which is expected to flower in Scotland's capital for the first time.
There is a call for British Muslims to reduce their fasting hours during Ramadan, which begins this week.
Rolf Harris should be denied parole after he reportedly called his victims "slimy little woodworm" in lyrics to a song he has penned in prison, their lawyer says.
Money to help the poorest communities in Wales is being spent on "shiny new offices" and staff salaries instead of improving lives, the Conservatives claim.
Motorists are warned they could face disruption around south Wales as roads are closed for a major cycle race.
A British woman jailed in Malaysia for taking her clothes off on a mountain is back in the UK.
Fran Kirby, who suffered depression and quit the game four years ago, receives high praise after helping England beat Mexico.
Malfunctioning household appliances caused almost 12,000 fires in Britain in just over three years, research by consumer group Which? finds.
Thousands of Nicaraguans protest against a planned canal linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans that they say will damage the environment.
About 2,000 people march in Macedonia's capital Skopje demanding equal rights for the country's Albanian minority, amid political turmoil.
Slovakia is testing a South Korean man for the potentially deadly Mers virus, as further cases are reported in South Korea.