Two men carried out a sex attack on a woman in a city centre underpass, police say.
Wondering what a David Cameron Conservative government might do? Here's a list of the commitments made during the election campaign.
South Korea believes it could take North Korea fewer than five years to develop a fleet of missile-capable submarines.
The tallest commercial building in Ireland, Windsor House in Belfast, is sold for £6.5m to hotel operators the Hastings Group.
David Cameron will address Conservative backbenchers on Monday for the first time since his party's election victory last week.
Acting Labour leader Harriet Harman urges her party to pull together and avoid "scapegoating" in the wake of its election defeat.
The Financial Conduct Authority says insurance companies are not being clear enough about the cost of paying premiums in instalments.
According to Chinese state television, eight choir members have been injured after the stage they were performing on collapsed.
A body is found following a "chemical incident" at a home in Essex.
Events will be held in Bradford to remember 56 people who died in a fire at the Valley Parade football stadium 30 years ago.
A footballer offers to pay for damage caused when a fan momentarily "lost it" and punched a hole in a ceiling a while celebrating his goal.
An appeals court in India clears former chief minister of the southern state of Tamil Nadu Jayaram Jayalalitha of involvement in a corruption scandal.
Diagnosed with a degenerative illness, Gal Sont has worked to create technology that will allow him to interact with the world.
A project in collaboration with the BBC's Horizon programme has discovered that the contents of many Ancient Egyptian animal mummies are not what they seem.
An 89-year-old woman dies in hospital after being hit by a car in Dundee on Sunday morning.
Greece's Syriza government is said to be hopeful that a meeting of eurozone finance ministers on Monday will ease the way for a further injection of cash for the troubled country.
The recovery in Northern Ireland's private sector has been "effectively stalled" since November, research by the Ulster Bank suggests.
A New Zealand woman who was lost overnight in a forest east of Wellington says she survived by covering herself in dirt and drinking her own breast milk.
A new health minister will be named on Monday following the resignation of Jim Wells last month.
Only 3% of dog thefts in Wales since 2010 have resulted in someone being charged for the crime, according to figures from three Welsh police forces.