The actor and former governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is named new host of Celebrity Apprentice, replacing Donald Trump.
All 20 Premier League clubs agree to improve access for disabled fans by August 2017, with 15 having to increase capacity.
A man who survived after a boat crowded with refugees and migrants from Iraq and Syria sank near a Greek island, says he believes the smugglers deliberately holed the boat.
A 3D moving image of the late singer Whitney Houston is being developed by a US entertainment firm.
A popular Kenyan DJ surprises critics after winning an acting award at a ceremony for the Nigerian film industry in Los Angeles.
The BBC's Bethany Bell reports from Vienna's Westbahnhof where hundreds of migrants are stranded after Germany imposed checks on its border with Austria.
Egypt's prime minister apologises after 12 people, including eight Mexican tourists, are mistakenly killed in an anti-terror operation.
More charges against "individuals and entities" are being considered as the investigation into Fifa corruption allegations continues.
Russia's liberal opposition concedes defeat in regional elections, seen as a test of public opinion ahead of the 2016 national ballot.
Former England, Yorkshire and Somerset captain Brian Close dies at the age of 84.
Two car bombs in the northern Syrian city of Hassakeh have killed at least 20 people and injured 40, state TV reports.
The man suspected of murdering schoolgirl Alice Gross had no "bad core", his girlfriend tells an inquest into his death.
Singer and actress Liza Minnelli cancels two appearances in London and Sheffield due to a reported dispute with the events' promoter.
David Cameron calls on other EU countries to "step up to the plate" and fund refugee camps near Syria, while on a visit to Lebanon and Jordan.
A displaced Iraqi family is among the subjects of the four photos up for this year's Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize.
Christian Fraser reports from Hungary's border with Serbia as Hungarian police block a key crossing for migrants.
England will field an unchanged XV from their warm-up win over Ireland for Friday's opening game of the World Cup against Fiji.
Ministers defend a proposed new law to tighten rules on trade union strike ballots in Britain amid warnings of industrial and legal action.
Australia is to have a new prime minister after Tony Abbott is defeated by Malcolm Turnbull in a hastily arranged Liberal leadership vote.
A Kentucky clerk who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licences to gay couples has returned to work, saying she will not block the process.