A "policy of indiscriminate fire" by the Israeli military caused hundreds of civilian deaths during the 2014 Gaza conflict, an activist group says.
Former tech firm boss Carly Fiorina announces her 2016 presidential ambitions, becoming the first female Republican in the field.
Newcastle United issue a statement confirming John Carver will remain as manager for the club's final three games.
Andrew Strauss looks set to be confirmed as the new director of English cricket with Michael Vaughan out of the running.
Mexican police find six bodies in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz which has been hit hard by drug-related violence.
Two people are killed in renewed protests in Burundi against President Pierre Nkurunziza's re-election bid, a BBC reporter at scene says.
A special £5 coin to mark the birth of the royal baby is unveiled.
US police search the home of suspected gunmen who attacked an event on the Prophet Muhammad cartoons in a Dallas suburb, media reports say.
Fast-food chain McDonald's announces plans to restructure its business and increase its number of franchised restaurants globally.
Climbing Mount Everest in this season is "almost impossible" because routes have been damaged by the quake-induced avalanches, officials say.
Briton Andy Murray wins his first clay-court title, beating German Philipp Kohlschreiber in the Munich Open final.
Scuffles break out as Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy and comedian Eddie Izzard take part in general election campaigning in Glasgow.
Israel's president says Ethiopian Israelis' protests against alleged discrimination "revealed an open and raw wound" at the heart of Israeli society.
Britons are cashing in on the strong pound by buying foreign currency ahead of the holiday season, currency brokers say.
The home of Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness is attacked with paint.
The National Museum of Scotland is named the country's most popular visitor attraction during 2014, with more than 1.6 million visitors.
The brother of author Lisa Lynch, who wrote a candid book and blog about her battle with breast cancer, says a BBC drama on her life will be "a lasting legacy".
Outcry over MPs' tax-free salaries
Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood accuses Labour of taking her party for granted in assuming it will help put Ed Miliband in power.
Many in Nepal feel Indian media's coverage of the earthquake has been insensitive and jingoistic, writes Soutik Biswas.