A Royal Marine trainee who died on a training exercise is named as Lt Gareth Jenkins from north Wales.
Three spectators are injured as a piece of the scoreboard falls on to them in strong winds at the French Open.
Roger Federer is knocked out of the French Open quarter-final by Swiss Davis Cup team-mate Stan Wawrinka.
An Egyptian repairman has managed to outrank Google but nobody seems to be sure how he has done it.
The retailer American Apparel has been granted a restraining order against its former boss, Dov Charney.
ITV boss Peter Fincham admits Britain's Got Talent should have made things "clearer" over the use of a stunt double dog in the winning act.
Peter Robinson says the DUP will present a new budget on the basis the welfare reform element of the Stormont House Agreement has been implemented.
Aerial footage shows the aftermath of a rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers in Staffordshire.
MPs are set to receive a £7,000 pay rise after the body responsible for setting their salaries says it intends to proceed with a 10% increase.
Chinese rescuers are in a "race against time" to find survivors among hundreds of people missing in a capsized cruise ship on the Yangtze River.
Mobile phone footage shows the Smiler ride at Alton Towers immediately after a crash that seriously injured four people.
As Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic prepare to meet in the French Open quarter-final, is Nadal finally the underdog?
Boston officials say a man has been fatally shot by law enforcement agents with the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
England slip to a crushing 199-run defeat in the second Test at Headingley and a 1-1 series draw with New Zealand.
A man who stabbed his family to death before killing himself had researched carrying out executions days before, an inquest hears.
Steve McClaren is the favourite to get the Newcastle head coach's job after Patrick Vieira is ruled out of the running.
A news conference is being held at Fifa's headquarters in Zurich, following the arrests last week of senior officials as part of an FBI investigation.
A student wearing fishnet stockings sang a "suggestive song" in front of her teacher who raped her while on a school trip, a court hears.
Jacques Parizeau, the former Quebec premier who nearly led the French-speaking province to independence, dies at the age of 84.
Four people have been seriously injured in a crash between two carriages on a ride at Alton Towers in Staffordshire.