The claim that more Falklands veterans have killed themselves since the conflict ended than died in action is not borne out by statistics, a study says.
The owners of Venezuelan opposition TV channel Globovision say they have sold the channel, with changes expected to its editorial line.
A top Berlin hospital plans to investigate drug trials in the former East Germany amid allegations that some patients were used as human guinea pigs.
Are the Guptas too close to South Africa's first family?
Retailers in Europe, including Hennes & Mauritz and Inditex which owns Zara, say they will sign an accord to improve safety conditions in factories in Bangladesh.
Celebrations marking Paris Saint-Germain's first French football league title in 19 years are marred by clashes between fans and hundreds of police.
How a Chinese journalist took on a top official
Lionel Messi could miss Barcelona's last three matches of the season with a recurring hamstring injury.
Quentin Tarantino's Oscar-winning film, Django Unchained, has reopened in cinemas in China, a month after it was pulled for "technical reasons".
Nokia slims down its flagship smartphone, ditching built-in support for wireless charging and upgrading its camera technology.
Rory Cellan-Jones visits Nokia's London offices, to get a preview of the company's new, slimmer, flagship phone, the Lumia 925.
The French government considers introducing a "culture tax" on the sale of smartphones and tablets to help fund French film, music and images.
Lonmin mineworkers in South Africa down tools in a wildcat strike, after a senior union official was shot at the weekend.
Coronation Street star William Roache appears in court accused of raping a 15-year-old girl in the 1960s.
Paris St-Germain want David Beckham to continue at the club next season, even if he decides to retire from playing.
Tanzania frees three Emiratis and a Saudi arrested over the bombing of a church in the northern city of Arusha on 5 May.
An ancient Mayan temple in Belize has been destroyed by a road-building crew using bulldozers and backhoes to extract gravel for road filler.
Roberto Mancini is sacked as Manchester City manager a year to the day since winning the Premier League.
Japanese electronics-maker Sharp reports a record annual loss, as it struggles with a high debt load and shrinking sales.
A group of international investors is interested in buying UK water supplier Severn Trent, the company confirms.