The owner of a factory building that collapsed in Bangladesh killing hundreds inside is met by an angry crowd on his first appearance in court.
The first pictures of South African's former leader Nelson Mandela are broadcast since his discharge from hospital, showing him with ANC leaders.
A Mississippi martial arts instructor appears in court on charges relating to ricin-laced letters sent to President Obama, a senator and a judge.
Nelson Mandela is "in good shape and good spirits", says South African President Jacob Zuma.
Harry Redknapp will remain as manager of relegated Queens Park Rangers, the club announce.
Primark says it will pay compensation and offer emergency food aid to victims of the Bangladesh factory collapse who worked for its supplier.
Police in Nepal investigate an alleged fight between two famous European climbers and their Nepalese mountain guides on Mount Everest.
Former world number one Greg Norman says it is "disgraceful" golf's governing bodies have not introduced blood testing.
One of China's largest jellyfish aquariums opens in the city of Fushun in north-east China with more than 3,000 jellyfish on display.
China's number one Ding Junhui beats Mark King 13-9 to reach the last eight at the World Championship in Sheffield.
Five people are found guilty of carrying out illegal transplants at a clinic in Kosovo's capital Pristina, while two state officials are cleared.
South Korea says all but seven of its workers at a joint industrial zone in North Korea - where work stalled amid tensions earlier this month - have returned.
The European Space Agency says its flagship Herschel telescope, the most powerful infrared observatory ever put in orbit, has run out of coolant and stopped working.
Controversial quarterback Tim Tebow - famous for his faith-inspired touchdown celebrations - is released by the New York Jets.
The spaceplane being developed by UK billionaire Sir Richard Branson makes its first powered flight, igniting its rocket engine to go supersonic above California's Mojave Desert.
Traditional chiefs in northern Ghana abolish the ritual killing of children born with physical disabilities and said to be possessed by evil spirits.
US-based researchers test pairing a robotic snake with a search-and-rescue dog in a simulated exercise in a collapsed building.
Syrian Prime Minister Wael al-Halqi survives a car bomb attack in the capital, Damascus, in which several people are killed, state media say.
EBS, one of the major currency trading platforms, is to talk to clients about putting "speed limits" on high-frequency trading.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai admits his office received secret payments from the US, but says the amounts were small and used legitimately.