Police in Brazil say they have identified a Fifa official alleged to have been involved in the illegal sale of World Cup tickets.
Five people are admitted to a Hungarian hospital after the discovery of the deadly anthrax disease in beef, reports say.
British citizens have been warned by the government not to travel to Syria for any reason - but some are ignoring the warnings and going anyway.
A British man who claims he has been fighting in Syria says he will not return until the "black flag of Islam" is flying over Buckingham Palace.
The UK's biggest energy supplier, British Gas, mis-sold energy deals by making exaggerated claims to potential customers, the regulator says.
Italian police have released footage showing the underwater interior of wrecked cruise ship Costa Concordia.
The director of a biopic about singer Gregg Allman, and two of the film's producers, are facing involuntary manslaughter charges, following the death on set of camera assistant Sarah Jones.
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Hillary Clinton tells the BBC's Naga Munchetty that she is still not sure if she will attempt to become the next president of the US after Barack Obama stands down.
France has become the latest country to increase airport security in line with a US request to enhance screening for flights to America.
French transport group Keolis has been awarded a new franchise to operate London's Dockland's Light Railway (DLR) from December 2014.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on his first visit to Indian-administered Kashmir amidst a protest shutdown called by separatist groups.
Garth Brooks says he wants to put on all five concerts in Dublin or none at all after the city's council refused licenses for two of them.
India will provide four new vaccines free of cost as part of a programme to reduce child mortality, Prime Minister Narendra Modi says.
South Korea will get a yuan clearing system in Seoul, expanding the list of countries with direct access to trade in the Chinese currency.
The boss of the HS2 rail project says he will pay 20 to 30 staff more than David Cameron earns, describing the salaries as "absolutely essential".
Health ministers from 11 West African states agree a common strategy to fight an Ebola outbreak that has killed more than 400 people.
Researchers say they have worked out the meaning of the gestures that wild chimpanzees use to communicate.
High levels of unhealthy food appearing in children's television programmes has been highlighted by researchers.
Honduras says 11 men remain trapped in a small gold mine, as officials apologise for false reports that most of them had been rescued.