Twenty-four European banks have failed "stress tests" of their finances, the European Banking Authority (EBA) has announced.
How the eurozone is solving yesterday's problems
Engineering students from around the world compete in Singapore to create an unmanned boat.
BBC Sport understands Derek Llambias is likely to become the new chief executive of Scottish Championship side Rangers.
Monday's newspapers reflect on the official ending of British combat operations in Afghanistan, and they count the human cost of the conflict.
Plans for a high-speed rail link in the north of England dubbed "HS3" move a step closer after a report on how to maximise the benefits of HS2.
Authorities in India alert fishermen going out into the sea as a powerful cyclone is heading for the western coast.
Kim Kardashian tells Newsbeat she gets regular abuse for being in a mixed race marriage with Kanye West.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko plans to start coalition talks after exit polls showed his bloc emerge strongest in parliamentary polls.
Lifeguard cover at a beach in Cornwall is to be reviewed after two men and a woman got into difficulty in the sea and later died.
The British troops who died in Afghanistan will never be forgotten, the prime minister has said after the UK's 13-year-long military campaign ended.
Melbourne and Adelaide are recovering from severe electrical storms that swept across southern Australia overnight.
President Dilma Rousseff has been re-elected for a second term, after securing more than 51% of votes in a closely-fought election.
A US nurse held in quarantine in New York after treating Ebola patients in West Africa says she will challenge her confinement in court.
Suspected Boko Haram militants kidnap about 30 children in north-eastern Nigeria despite a ceasefire agreed with militants, a local leader says.
Three men, one wearing a Ku Klux Klan outfit, try to enter Parliament House in Canberra in a protest over the Islamic full-face veil.
An interim governor in appointed in the Mexican state of Guerrero, where 43 students went missing after clashing with police a month ago.
People in Wales and New York, including actor Michael Sheen and singer Cerys Matthews, reciting and talking about Dylan Thomas as people mark 100 years since the poet's birth.
Senior officials from Qatar have strongly denied claims the country is supporting terrorist groups in Syria such as Islamic State.
Can Hollywood technology preserve minority sports?