The latest stories from the Home section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 51 min 31 sec ago
German carmaker BMW speeds past quarterly earnings expectations, thanks to strong SUV sales.
The Who are revealed as Glastonbury Festival's Sunday night headliner, joining Foo Fighters and Kanye West at the top of the bill.
The co-pilot of the Germanwings plane which crashed in the French Alps may have practised a rapid descent on a previous flight, Bild newspaper says.
A left-leaning party wins a surprise victory in Alberta, one of Canada's most conservative provinces.
One of the main routes out of Cardiff is closed after a tanker overturned following a crash with two cars.
Supermarket group Sainsbury's reports a full-year loss of £72m, after writing down the value of its stores.
Four men are sentenced to death in Afghanistan over the mob killing of a woman falsely accused of burning the Koran.
Next month it will become illegal to pay for sex in Northern Ireland, a law some think should be implemented across the UK. Here are two viewpoints from different sides of the debate.
Ballot papers are posted out to union members at Tata Steel UK over industrial action in a dispute over pensions.
Politicians embark on a final day of campaigning across Wales before the general election on Thursday.
A court in India is due to rule on whether Bollywood star Salman Khan is guilty of driving over five men sleeping on a pavement, killing one.
The US government offers rewards totalling $20m for information on what it says are four leaders of the Islamic State militant group.
A man appears in court in Hong Kong over the kidnapping for ransom of wealthy heiress Queenie Law, which sparked a massive manhunt.
A baby girl should be removed from her mother and live with her father and his boyfriend instead, a High Court judge rules.
"Ben" is a 30-year-old single man, who lives in London, works in PR, and regularly pays for sex.
Potentially deadly Clostridium difficile infections have been treated with a dose of more Clostridium difficile.
Head teachers worried about protecting students from being radicalised are being offered seminars by their union.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu races to assemble a coalition government ahead of Wednesday's post-election deadline.
A Guatemalan woman dubbed Queen of the South, who ran one of the largest drug trafficking rings in Central America, is jailed by the US.
Could faith criteria be on the way out as a method of selecting pupils for church schools, asks Caroline Wyatt?