Briton Andy Murray wins his first clay-court title, beating German Philipp Kohlschreiber in the Munich Open final.
A "policy of indiscriminate fire" by the Israeli military caused hundreds of civilian deaths during the 2014 Gaza conflict, an activist group says.
Mexican police find six bodies in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz which has been hit hard by drug-related violence.
There are scuffles on the streets of Glasgow involving Labour Party supporters and their opponents as election campaigning continues.
Two gunmen are shot dead in a Dallas suburb after they opened fire outside a contest for cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, US police say.
Somalia bans journalists from using the name al-Shabab - instead they have to refer to it as Ugus "the Group that Massacres the Somali People".
Former hostages held by Boko Haram in Nigeria say some fellow captives were stoned to death by the militants, as the army arrived to rescue them.
Australia's PM Tony Abbott says there has been "contact" between Australia and officials in Europe over the Mediterranean migrant crisis.
Greece's undeclared domestic default
Lu Ping, the Chinese official who oversaw Hong Kong's transition from British to Chinese sovereignty in 1997, dies at the age of 87.
Facebook is to allow more organisations to join its free mobile data scheme, but net neutrality campaigners remain opposed.
India's PM Narendra Modi joins China's main microblogging service Weibo, gaining thousands of followers by the hour and plenty of comments.
Three men are arrested on suspicion of murder after police investigating "a report of a sudden death" find a woman's body at a house in Bolton.
The BBC's Neha Sharma met a couple who explained how they were coping after the deadly Nepal earthquake
Eurozone factory activity grows at a slower pace after manufacturers raise prices for the first time in eight months, figures show.
Former England and Tottenham striker Jimmy Greaves is in intensive care after suffering a severe stroke on Sunday.
Markets in Asia were mostly up on Monday, following stocks in the US, which ended the week higher after recovering losses.
Saudi Arabia is one of the world's most conservative societies, and the role of women is limited, but some think progress is being made, as Lina Sinjab reports.
Dozens of police and protesters are injured in clashes as a protest by Ethiopian Israelis against alleged police brutality turns violent in Tel Aviv.
Police in Colombia are investigating the theft from a Bogota book fair of a signed first edition of One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.