Japan's WW2 sex slavery revisionists grow louder
Premier League transfer spending reaches £500m with a month left of the window - and one expert predicts it could break the record.
Residents of a luxury dockside neighbourhood in Buenos Aires welcome an unexpected new neighbour - a whale.
A British oil company paid hundreds of thousands of dollars which went to senior Somali civil servants, according to a UN report seen by the BBC.
Outside Source looks at the struggles facing the Puerto Rican economy.
The body of Bobbi Kristina Brown is taken to a New Jersey cemetery for burial alongside her late mother, Whitney Houston.
Two cranes restoring a bridge in the central Dutch town of Alphen aan den Rijn collapse on to buildings, with rescuers searching for victims.
Milton Nkosi takes a helicopter ride to witness the latest volcanic eruption by the Piton de la Fournaise, or 'Peak of the Furnace' on Reunion Island.
Convicted mass killer James Holmes has moved one step closer to the death penalty as jurors rejected leniency in deaths of 12 people at Colorado cinema.
Israel says it could use harsh interrogation techniques against Jewish militants, after the death of a Palestinian child in an arson attack.
US air power has been used for the first time to defend US-trained rebel fighters in Syria, the Pentagon confirms.
US President Barack Obama unveils what he calls "the biggest, most important step we have ever taken" in tackling climate change.
Manchester United's Brazil full-back Rafael da Silva will join French side Lyon on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
The UK has "got a grip" on the migrant crisis in Calais, the foreign secretary says, as he confirmed 100 more guards would be deployed in its Eurotunnel terminal.
A French beach which was closed for the king of Saudi Arabia reopens to the public, after he cut his holiday short.
Malaysian officials meet French investigators in Paris ahead of tests on a wing part suspected of being from missing flight MH370.
Pop star and TV presenter Cilla Black was ailing and "willed herself to die", according to a long-time friend who was her first manager.
The Treasury has started to sell its stake in Royal Bank of Scotland, making 5.2% of shares in the bank available to institutional investors.
Former City trader Tom Hayes is found guilty at a London court of rigging global Libor interest rates, and sentenced to 14 years in jail, in the first trial of its kind.
Real Madrid manager Rafael Benitez does not expect forwards Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema to leave the club.