A footballer offers to pay for damage caused when a fan momentarily "lost it" and punched a hole in a ceiling a while celebrating his goal.
An appeals court in India clears former chief minister of the southern state of Tamil Nadu Jayaram Jayalalitha of involvement in a corruption scandal.
Diagnosed with a degenerative illness, Gal Sont has worked to create technology that will allow him to interact with the world.
A project in collaboration with the BBC's Horizon programme has discovered that the contents of many Ancient Egyptian animal mummies are not what they seem.
An 89-year-old woman dies in hospital after being hit by a car in Dundee on Sunday morning.
Greece's Syriza government is said to be hopeful that a meeting of eurozone finance ministers on Monday will ease the way for a further injection of cash for the troubled country.
The recovery in Northern Ireland's private sector has been "effectively stalled" since November, research by the Ulster Bank suggests.
A New Zealand woman who was lost overnight in a forest east of Wellington says she survived by covering herself in dirt and drinking her own breast milk.
A new health minister will be named on Monday following the resignation of Jim Wells last month.
Only 3% of dog thefts in Wales since 2010 have resulted in someone being charged for the crime, according to figures from three Welsh police forces.
Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb waits to hear if he will keep the post as David Cameron assembles his new Conservative government.
Police are investigating after a body was found inside a suitcase recovered from a west London canal.
An Australian teenager who allegedly planned a bomb plot appears in children's court in Melbourne charged with terrorism offences.
The European Commission will make the controversial proposal that EU member countries should take in refugees under an EU quota scheme.
Powerful crime stories win big at the Baftas