An Egyptian court upholds 11 men's death sentences over football stadium violence in Port Said in 2012 which left 74 people dead.
Panama's ex-President Ricardo Martinelli will be investigated over allegations he ordered illegal wiretaps during his time in office.
A midfielder in Norway is sent off for calling an opponent "gay" as officials clamp down on homophobic language.
West Ham name former defender Slaven Bilic as their new manager following Sam Allardyce's departure last month.
The brutality and oppression of life under IS is revealed by exclusive video and testimony from Iraq's second city of Mosul, a year after it fell.
The BBC coverage of Wimbledon 2015 will be bigger than ever before, with up to 15 live streams available to view.
Tesco has invited six firms to bid for its South Korean business Homeplus, which has been valued at about $6bn, media reports say.
US coach Alberto Salazar says he will show that accusations he has practised doping techniques are "false statements".
HSBC, Europe's biggest bank, has announced plans to cut up to 25,000 jobs globally and rename its UK branches.
Sam Smith says he's "so relieved" that he can speak again after having surgery on his vocal cords.
Illustrator and author Chris Riddell wants to encourage "drawing every day" as part of his new role as children's laureate.
Romania's parliament refuses to lift PM Victor Ponta's immunity from prosecution after he was questioned on suspicion of forgery, tax evasion and money laundering.
Emergency crews are fighting a blaze outside the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, following a huge explosion at a fuel depot.
Ex-England all-rounder Chris Lewis is released from prison, saying "wrong choices" led to his jail sentence for cocaine smuggling.
The execution of a Pakistani man convicted of manslaughter has been postponed for the fourth time - hours before he was due to be hanged, officials say.
Republic of Ireland's abortion law treats women like child-bearing vessels, according to a report by Amnesty International.
The traces of classroom lessons from nearly a century ago have been found preserved on blackboards at a school in Oklahoma City.
The UK trade deficit narrowed to £1.2bn in April from £3.1bn in March, figures from the Office for National Statistics show.
Cash-strapped Greece submits a revised reform plan to the European Union and International Monetary Fund.
Comedian and actor Lenny Henry looks set to become Sir Lenny after confirming that he will receive a knighthood in the Queen's birthday honours.