US rabbis urge President Obama to negotiate the release of US prisoner, Alan Gross, from a Cuban jail.
The 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One is marked in a series of events across Wales with Llandaff Cathedral hosting a national service of commemoration.
James Brady, the former White House press secretary shot in the head in a 1981 assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, has died at 73.
Leading hub for dismantling electronic waste in India
A businessman from Bath built his own toll road through his fields to avoid the delays caused by work to repair a road near his home.
Councils in east London take action on vendors selling the legal high nitrous oxide.
Delegates are gathering in Washington DC for the largest-ever summit of African leaders in the US, although the Ebola virus forces some to cancel.
Manchester City midfielder Jack Rodwell is poised to agree a five-year deal to move to Sunderland for about £10m.
Great Britain para-swimmers Ellie Simmonds, Steph Slater and Susie Rodgers win gold on day one of the IPC Swimming European Championships.
More than 300 Ukrainian troops cross into Russia during heavy fighting with pro-Russian rebels - but Kiev denies they are "defectors".
As England prepare to face Spain in Group A, Maggie Alphonsi says the "pain" of three final defeats can drive them to World Cup glory.