A woman in her 50s has died in a car crash in Carrickfergus, County Antrim.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud will be out for up to four months after having surgery on a broken leg.
A child victim of sexual abuse in Rotherham has told the BBC that "no-one listened or believed me".
The elusive street artist Banksy has helped save a boys club in his home city of Bristol.
Looking for the remaining Armenians of Myanmar
Kamal Ahmed reports on whether businesses think a split from the UK would be good or bad for business.
Alexis Sanchez hits the only goal as 10-man Arsenal beat Besiktas to qualify for the Champions League group stage.
From the beginning Scottish Independence campaigners have been active in traditional Labour communities trying to persuade people that an independent Scotland would better represent real Labour values, but have they succeeded?
The UN Security Council calls for an immediate ceasefire in Libya and sanctions against those involved in the recent surge in violence there.
The government might threaten to stop buying some expensive cancer drugs if the companies that make them do not cut their prices, Newsnight learns.
The number of people looking for work in France rises 0.8% in July, confirming a trend of high unemployment and slow growth.
Alastair Cook calls Graeme Swann a "so-called friend" after the ex-spinner said he should quit as England one-day captain.
A woman in her 70s dies and a man is in hospital following a flat fire in Barry on Wednesday afternoon.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the seven-week conflict in Gaza ended in "victory", a day after a ceasefire came into effect.