Fines for misusing bus lanes overtake parking tickets as the main cause of complaints from drivers, according to the AA.
A hospital in Boston is using artificial intelligence to revolutionise the way care is provided in its emergency department.
Turkish authorities lift a fresh curfew in the south-eastern Kurdish city of Cizre, just 12 hours after it was re-imposed.
Power-hungry apps that drain batteries on an Android phone even when it is in a sleep state are being tackled by US researchers.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen reports from Jobar on the edge of central Damascus, on a network of tunnels being used in Syrian conflict.
Russian Anna Tcybuleva has won the Leeds International Piano Competition, one of the most prestigious prizes in classical music.
Two pilots working on Tom Cruise's new film, Mena, are killed in a plane crash in the Colombian Andes, while a third man is seriously injured.
Human rights lessons are to be offered to schools in England in a project designed by US human rights activist Kerry Kennedy.
Organisers of the Miss America pageant apologise to actress and singer Vanessa Williams, who had to resign her title in 1984.
Mainland Chinese shares fall on Monday after economic data released on Sunday underlined fears growth is slackening.
Disgraced snooker player Stephen Lee is hoping he can inspire the next generation of players in China.
David Cameron has visited a Lebanese refugee camp amid the crisis triggered by war in neighbouring Syria.
Actor Chris O'Dowd says his co-star, Ben Foster, was "really smart" to take performance enhancing drugs while playing Lance Armstrong in a new biopic.
Children in Thailand's seafood processing industry are more exposed to workplace hazards and twice as likely to sustain injuries, a report says.
The Malaysian government is spending 20bn ringgit ($4.6bn; £3bn) on boosting shares and is cutting taxes for manufacturers.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho swears at Roberto Martinez, Newcastle eye £6m January bid for Charlie Austin, plus more.
Why no end is in sight to the Syrian conflict
At least 10 people have been killed and more than 40 injured in an explosion at a bus terminal in the Pakistani city of Multan, officials say.
Malaysian police have arrested two Malaysians and one Pakistani in connection to last month's deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine.
Germany introduces temporary border controls with Austria, the interior minister says, as thousands more migrants arrive this weekend.