A BBC presenter who said women should "keep their knickers on" during a live debate about convicted rapist Ched Evans will face no action by watchdog Ofcom.
A verdict is due in the trial of two French police officers accused of failing to help two boys whose deaths in 2005 prompted weeks of riots.
Fifa sponsors are being asked by a new campaign grouping to speak out about working conditions at the 2022 World Cup building sites in Qatar.
The South Wales Police force is fined £160,000 after losing evidence in a sexual abuse case.
Indianapolis 500 driver Ed Carpenter escapes unhurt after his car crashes into a wall and flips over during practice for next week's race.
Andy Murray says he was "amazed" by the level of criticism his appointment of Amelie Mauresmo as coach attracted.
A 3D-printed beak has been made for a sea turtle badly injured in a collision with a boat's propeller.
A drama about the "tragedy and passion" of the difficult lives of the Bronte family is to appear on BBC One, written and directed by Last Tango In Halifax author Sally Wainwright.
Prime Minister David Cameron gives a speech in Birmingham on plans for the NHS.
South African tech innovators RLabs are selected to help the BBC reach young African audiences through social and digital platforms.
Hustings for the Labour leaderships should be held in marginal constituencies and televised, the party's acting leader Harriet Harman says.
A man from Conwy returns to South Africa to put a headstone on the grave of his baby daughter nearly four decades after she died.
Nigeria's military says it has cleared 10 more Boko Haram bases as part of its efforts to flush militants out of the Sambisa forest in the north-east.
Dundee keeper Scott Bain is in the Scotland squad for the first time for June's games against Qatar and the Republic of Ireland.
England and Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson will deny sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl, a court is told.
Harlequins agree a deal to sign Wales international centre Jamie Roberts from French Top 14 side Racing Metro.
Pop star Taylor Swift wins eight of 14 categories at the Billboard Music Awards, while Kanye West is booed.
While reporting on the living conditions of low-paid migrant workers in Qatar, BBC reporter Mark Lobel was arrested and detained by Doha security services.
What EU reforms are Osborne and Cameron seeking in their talks ahead of the UK's referendum?
Fishermen in Indonesia's Aceh say they have been told not to rescue any of the thousands of migrants in the Andaman Sea, even if they are drowning.