Tracey Ullman is to return to the BBC with her own comedy series, some 30 years after she was a regular face on British TV.
Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis is in a stable condition after fainting during their Premier League game at Tottenham.
Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman has seven days to convince the UK government not to force him to sell newly acquired oil and gas assets in the North Sea.
More than 100 South African firefighters are battling wildfires on the mountains around Cape Town.
A Pakistani man extradited from the UK to the US has been found guilty of plotting bomb attacks in several countries.
A jawbone, thought to belong to one of the world's very first humans, has been found in Ethiopia.
Nathan Matthews, the stepbrother of missing Bristol 16-year-old Becky Watts, is charged with her murder.
Dozens of Syrian security personnel and rebels have been killed in an attack on an intelligence facility in the city of Aleppo, activists say.
Ukrainian former finance minister Yuri Kolobov, who is wanted for fraud, has been arrested in Spain, the interior ministry in Kiev says.
The European Union is to review its policy towards neighbouring nations amid criticism of its handling of the crisis in Ukraine.
EU governments defy the European Parliament by deciding that roaming charges for mobile phone users should remain at least until the end of 2018.
Scientists working in Ethiopia have uncovered a jawbone fossil which may push the origin of humans back 400,000 years.
BBC radio presenter Nihal criticises diversity at Radio 1 and 1Xtra, claiming "nothing has changed" since Greg Dyke called the BBC "hideously white" in 2001.
The US Supreme Court appears sharply divided over a healthcare law challenge that could threaten health insurance for eight million Americans.
Five opposition parties in Lesotho form a coalition government after snap elections, called after a failed coup, did not produce an outright winner.
A batsman could soon score 300 in a one-day international, according to Australia captain Michael Clarke.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is sued for wrongful dismissal by two former allies, accused of supporting an assassination attempt against him.
The chair of the BBC Trust suggests an external regulator could take over its role as overseer of the corporation.
Ukrainian military pilot Nadia Savchenko says she feels "OK" despite spending 82 days on hunger strike in prison in Russia.
Pakistan's defence minister has told the BBC that his country will do whatever it can to bring the Afghan-Taliban to talks with Afghanistan's government.