Michael Adebolajo, one of the two men found guilty of killing soldier Lee Rigby in London, loses a challenge against his conviction.
A man involved in a car chase with the police in Van Nuys, California, tried to getaway on his skateboard after crashing his car.
Thousands of people are expected to attend the funeral of a young woman who died after trying to stop the harassment of two girls in Germany.
An ex-Petrobras executive at the centre of a huge scandal involving Brazil's state oil company says corruption is widespread in the country.
One of two men who died after a kidney transplant was told the donor had died of meningitis before his operation, an inquest hears.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has said there is a "shared determination to degrade and defeat" Islamic State militants in the Middle East.
Jo Coburn explains the statistics behind debt, deficit, surplus, recovery and borrowing in the UK economy.
Sweden's left-of-centre prime minister is facing defeat in a budget vote that could prompt elections less than three months since he came to power.
A man dies after a wall collapses on a construction site in London's Docklands
Iraq says a woman detained by Lebanese security forces is not the wife of Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Read the full transcript of the eulogy delivered by Australia captain Michael Clarke at the funeral of Phillip Hughes.
Australia warns travellers against making frivolous requests of embassies, after cases including that of a man who asked staff to pay for a prostitute.
The Norwegian military has released footage of an apparent close encounter between a Norweigan F16 and a Russian MIG.
The third one-day international between England and Sri Lanka is delayed by rain after only two overs in Hambantota.
But what motivates car 'cruisers' and 'modders'?
President Obama has become the first US president to have his portrait produced through a 3D scanning process.
Chancellor George Osborne is to pay off the government's remaining World War One debt, the Treasury announces.
The international coalition's fight against the Islamic State militant group may take years, US Secretary of State John Kerry says.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the five Armies is the final film and as it hits cinema screens, Sir Ian McKellen has been reflecting on the impact that the movies have had.
The sharp drop in the price of oil is causing problems for some countries. Is the world too dependent on oil?