Man City want three Liverpool players, Chelsea eye Clyne and Schneiderlin, West Brom to sign £75,000-a-week striker.
There could be up to 100 billion barrels of oil onshore beneath the South of England, says exploration firm UK Oil & Gas.
Kenya's government tries to restore public confidence in its security forces, one week after Islamist al-Shabab militants attacked Garissa University, killing nearly 150 people.
Almost a year after protests in Taiwan over a controversial trade deal with China, Cindy Sui considers the progress of the so-called Sunflower Movement.
Scientists in Dallas, Texas, have excavated a 100 million-year-old dinosaur fossil discovered by five-year-old Wylie Brys while playing with his father.
Japan's Emperor Akihito visits the Pacific island of Peleliu in Palau, to commemorate those who died in fierce fighting during World War Two.
Melbourne police question a mother who was driving a car carrying four of her children when it plunged into a lake, killing three of them.
Tsipras played the Russia card... Now what?
The man accused of bombing the Boston Marathon in 2013, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, has been found guilty and now waits to hear if he will face the death penalty.
Protests are held in South Carolina over the fatal shooting of an unarmed man by a police officer, who has been charged with murder.
North Korea accuses Mexico of illegally holding one of its ships, but the UN says it belongs to a firm blacklisted for violating sanctions.
US President Barack Obama has condemned psychiatric therapies designed to "repair" gay, lesbian and transgender youth.
Photos of Atlantic Ocean island revellers feeling the beat
Swedish party puts women's rights in political spotlight
France's TV5Monde television network says a number of its sites have been hijacked by Islamic State hackers.
Much of the global growth in the retail fashion market is being driven by China, but are middle class consumers ignoring home-grown designer talent?
Five images shared after South Carolina shooting
The rights group Amnesty International says it has evidence pro-Russian separatists summarily killed four Ukrainian soldiers in their captivity.
The US deports Carlos Vides Casanova, a general during El Salvador's civil war, over alleged abuses while he was in command.
A US woman is sentenced to 20 years for making her five-year-old son sick and eventually killing him in order to gain attention online.