Three men are convicted of raping a woman in a trial the judge tried to stop because of a lack of evidence.
Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott says ODI skipper Eoin Morgan's batting is "not as good as he thinks".
Labour argue that Tory plans will take government spending back to 1930s levels - but how useful is this comparison?
MPs take evidence from the new head of an inquiry into allegations of historic child abuse.
A lorry driver admits causing the death of a student after he drove through a red light and crashed into a taxi in Glasgow.
As the Cricket World Cup gets under way, BBC News provides a 90-second beginner's guide to the ins and outs of the revered sport.
Police say they believe they know who carried out a shooting of a man outside a wedding in County Fermanagh.
Paralympic champion Kelly Gallagher could miss the World Championships after her guide Charlotte Evans suffers concussion.
The BBC's Mark Lowen speaks to people in an Athens fish market, as Greece's new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras tries to renegotiate a bailout at his first EU summit.
Al-Qaeda fighters say they have captured an army base in southern Yemen, amid fears of a civil war after Shia rebels took over the capital.
British Muslims describe how they feel about their identity as Muslims in Britain.
Aid workers fighting the spread of Ebola in Guinea are coming under regular attack, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says.
Facebook is offering a new setting to let users choose what happens to their account when they die.
Andy Murray moves into the quarter-finals of the World Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam after beating Vasek Pospisil.
About 3,500 litres of oil has leaked into a river in Powys, Natural Resources Wales says.
Relatives of the Al Jazeera journalists who have been released on bail by a court in Egypt have been reacting to the news.
A naked man jumps on to the roof of a double-decker bus from a blazing third-floor flat.
Katie Chapman returns to the England side for Friday's friendly against the United States after a four-year absence.
Following the deaths of more migrants in the Mediterranean Sea, BBC News considers why the crossing is so deadly.
Economics students at Exeter University have filed formal complaints after an end of course exam contained "errors" including spelling mistakes, they say.