A 14-year-old boy is charged with attempted murder following the stabbing of a teacher in a Bradford school.
Boeing unveils its new 787 Dreamliner with footage of the plane in rehearsal for an appearance at the 2015 Paris Air Show on Monday.
A pair of gold-encrusted pistols belonging to Napoleon's son could sell for up to £1.2m (1.6m euros; $1.9m) at auction in July, Sotheby says.
Spain's King Felipe strips the title "Duchess of Palma" from his sister Princess Cristina, who is charged with tax evasion.
Armed men storm the Tunisian consulate in Libya's capital Tripoli and take 10 employees hostage, Tunisia's foreign ministry says.
Four Labour MPs hoping to win the party's deputy leadership urge Ed Miliband and Harriet Harman to nominate a candidate.
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A married mother spared prison for having sex with a schoolboy is starting a jail sentence after judges overruled her original punishment.
World number 10 Rafael Nadal beats Bernard Tomic 6-4 6-7 (6-8) 6-3 to reach the Mercedes Cup semi-finals in Stuttgart.
There are troubling signs that Gaza faces an internal threat from ultra-conservative militants, some inspired by the Islamic State group, reports Yolande Knell.
A former member of Russian punk band Pussy Riot is arrested in Moscow after a brief protest in support of women prisoners.
British number two Johanna Konta is beaten 6-2 2-6 6-2 by Monica Niculescu in the Nottingham Open quarter-finals.
Ex-England footballer Kerry Dixon is found guilty of punching and kicking a man in a pub who is said to have called him "fatso".
Netherlands winger Memphis Depay completes his £31m move to Manchester United from PSV Eindhoven.
The Parades Commission applies more stringent restrictions to next week's Orange Order Tour of the North parade than in previous years.
The Australian navy paid the crew of a migrant boat to turn back to Indonesia, migrants tell the UN.