Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom is to launch an investigation into whether viewers were duped into voting for a stunt dog in the final of Britain's Got Talent.
Europe's comet lander has again been in touch with Earth, making three short contacts on Sunday.
The bodies of 18 mainly West African migrants have been found in the Sahara desert in Niger, having lost their way in a sandstorm, the IOM says.
Foreigners can now buy and sell shares in listed companies on the Saudi Arabian stock exchange, but investors aren't queuing up just yet, writes Mark Lobel.
Storied US gun maker Colt Defense files for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as it grapples with heavy debts.
Austria win silver in the synchronised swimming at the European Games four days after three squad members were hit by a bus.
Nepal is set to reopen all its heritage sites in the Kathmandu valley to the public, in a bid to attract tourists after April's devastating earthquake.
The Queen and other senior members of the Royal Family attend an event to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.
Fans of the hit US fantasy drama are left stunned by a shock season five finale. This story contains spoilers.
Fracking should be allowed at one of two sites on the Fylde coast in Lancashire, a report recommends.
A South African court is due to rule shortly on whether to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who faces war crimes charges at the ICC.
Key players from world of civil and military aviation gather in France for the bi-annual Paris Air Show, where Boeing and Airbus hope to pick up new orders on their flagship jetliners.
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Chinese authorities say only 12 people survived the Yangtze River cruise ship disaster, not 14 as originally thought.
Indians limber up for International Yoga Day
Uganda's former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi says he will challenge President Museveni to become president in next year's election.
England can win the Women's World Cup and Colombia's victory over France proves the tournament is wide open, says Toni Duggan.
Pressure grows for an inquiry into whether Australian officials used tax payers' money to turn back a boat carrying asylum seekers.
London's leading shares start the week with falls as the lack of certainty about Greece's debt repayments weighs down investor confidence.
UN-brokered peace talks on Yemen are due to start in Geneva, in a bid to try and stem the fighting that has raged in recent months.