India become the second team to qualify for the World Cup quarter-finals with a narrow four-wicket win over West Indies.
A Palestinian man drives into a group of pedestrians in Jerusalem, injuring six Israeli policewomen in what police say was a "terrorist attack"
Customs officials in Bangladesh find about $1.7m (£1.1m) worth of gold bars and ornaments in the hand luggage of a North Korean diplomat.
A 13-year-old boy admits murdering a man in an altercation in north London.
Dave King, Paul Murray and John Gilligan succeed in seizing control of Rangers after winning about 85% of the EGM votes.
A police officer who seized CCTV footage of a street scuffle as a "tool to blackmail" Liverpool footballer Steven Gerrard is jailed.
Archaeologists and officials express outrage about the reported bulldozing of the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud in Iraq by Islamic State (IS) militants.
A motorcyclist who was being sought over the murders of four members of a Surrey family in the French Alps is ruled out of the investigation.
Two hundred tourists have had a dramatic rescue from stranded cable cars at a ski resort in northern Italy.
Pakistani authorities rename 107 schools in honour of the victims of last year's massacre of children and teachers at a school in Peshawar.
One of Gustav Klimt's most famous paintings should not be returned to the heirs of its original Jewish owners, an Austrian panel has ruled.
A Tajik opposition leader is shot dead by an unknown attacker in Istanbul, opposition sources tell the BBC.
A mother and her lover are jailed for the manslaughter of her eight-year-old daughter, Ayesha Ali, in east London.
The migrant population of England has risen by 565,000 since 2011, with two-thirds coming from the EU, analysis by the University of Oxford estimates.
Vodafone is introducing a worldwide maternity policy, offering significantly better terms than the statutory minimum in the countries where it operates.
A law passed in Germany will see 100 of the country's largest businesses appointing more women on their supervisory boards to meet the newly set quota of 30%.
The winner of the search to find Germany's Eurovision Song Contest entrant turned down the chance to represent his country on live TV.
Danish teaching group calls for controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad to be printed in school textbooks.
Abuse and exploitation in government-controlled areas in eastern DR Congo are almost as bad as when they were held by rebels, says UK charity Oxfam.
The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has mounted a "strike week" against suspected hackers resulting in 56 arrests.