BBC Sport gives you the chance to be the video ref and decide whether France's Laurent Blanc deserves a red card after an altercation with Croatia's Slaven Bilic in the semi-final of the 1998 World Cup.
Chris Evans refutes suggestions that he is being lined up to replace Jeremy Clarkson as a Top Gear presenter.
BBC Sport gives you the chance to be the video ref and decide whether a shot from striker Geoff Hurst crosses the line during the 1966 World Cup final between England and West Germany.
BBC Sport gives you the chance to be the video ref and decide whether Manchester United's Wayne Rooney is tripped or dives to win a penalty against Preston North End.
The EU's top diplomat meets Cuban leaders and says the EU will intensify talks aimed at normalising ties with Havana.
BBC Sport gives you the chance to be the video ref and decide whether England's Michael Owen is tripped or dives to win a penalty against Argentina at the 2002 World Cup.
At least three Britons died in the Alps air crash that killed 150 people, UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says.
Italy's highest court will rule on whether or not to uphold the convictions of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of Meredith Kercher.
Mortonhall Crematorium in Edinburgh is badly damaged by a fire that broke out in its roof.
A two-year-old Indian girl sets a new national record in archery, according to the India Book of Records.
Opener Rohit Sharma says India will not be daunted by Thursday's World Cup semi-final against Australia.
Sophisticated identity theft "on an industrial scale" is on the rise with a 46-year-old man the most likely victim, a new report says.
Houthi rebels backed by allied army units seize air base near Aden from forces loyal to Yemen's President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, reports say.
Mad Men star Jon Hamm, who plays hard-drinking advertising executive Don Draper, recently completed treatment for alcohol addiction, his publicist confirms.
BT announces it is to start selling mobile phone subscriptions again in the UK, 10 years after it pulled out of the market.
The Swansea house fire which left Linda Merron dead was caused by a 'faulty electrical item', a fire service investigation reveals.
Police investigating the murders of a bunny girl and a teenager begin a new appeal for information on the 40th anniversary of their deaths.
A report explaining how NHS patients in Scotland were given contaminated blood in the 1970s and 80s is to be published.
Control of a Dorset jail was "all but lost", with gangs operating openly and high violence levels, the prison watchdog finds.
Six further arrests are made in connection with the death of a young boxer in a street brawl in Nottingham city centre.