Detectives make a fresh appeal for information about the murder of a 27-year-old man who was shot dead by soldiers in County Tyrone more than 40 years ago.
The Northern Ireland first and deputy first ministers fly to the United States later as a new question mark hangs over the Stormont institutions.
Almost two-thirds of Scots think immigration should be cut, with women and older people more likely to be opposed to it, according to a BBC poll.
The saga of the £1bn M4 relief road is taking another twist with an environmental group going to court to challenge how the decision to go ahead was made.
With Manchester United's last trophy chance over, Phil McNulty asks if Louis van Gaal can rescue his side's season.
A New Zealand national farming body and dairy giant Fonterra are sent threats to poison milk powder in an apparent pesticide protest, say officials.
Investigations are continuing into a crash which killed four people and left three others in hospital.
Mark Lippert, the US ambassador to South Korea who was attacked with a knife at a meeting last week, is discharged from hospital.
The Ukrainian president confirms that pro-Russian rebels in the east have withdrawn a "significant" amount of heavy weapons under a ceasefire plan.
Amateur footage emerges of a passenger train derailing after crashing into a truck and trailer that had become stuck between the barriers at a crossing.
A court in Ivory Coast sentences former first lady Simone Gbagbo to 20 years in jail for her role in post-election violence after the 2010 poll.
David Duckenfield, match commander at the 1989 Hillsborough disaster where 96 football fans were fatally injured, is due to give evidence at the inquests later.
Southampton hosts the Queen for the official naming ceremony of Britannia, a "superliner" which will operate from the city.
A care worker at an NHS psychiatric unit in Devon is arrested on suspicion of raping a female patient, the BBC learns.
More than 1,000 ex-senior police officers are seeking compensation after being forced to retire under the controversial A19 regulation.
A state judge will oversee the court in Ferguson, Missouri, after a highly critical US Department of Justice report.
Australian government says it plans to restore hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer assistance to the ailing car manufacturing sector.
Bangladesh asks North Korea to remove one of its envoys after he was caught trying to smuggle 27kg (59lb) of gold into the country.
"Apologists" for those who commit acts of terrorism are partly responsible for the violence, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will say later.
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff signs a new law which sets tough new penalties for domestic violence and the killing of women and girls.