Ferrari's long-time chairman Luca Di Montezemolo is stepping down and will be replaced by Fiat boss Sergio Marchionne.
Willian's first-half goal gives Brazil a 1-0 victory over Ecuador in an international friendly in New Jersey.
The Kinshasa Symphony Orchestra from the troubled Democratic Republic of Congo gives its first UK concert in Manchester on Thursday.
England captain Wayne Rooney is holding player-only meetings to try to improve the team's morale and performances.
A Palestinian man has been shot dead during an Israeli raid on a refugee camp near the West Bank city of Ramallah, officials from both sides say.
Australian police find a body and a gun near a rural New South Wales farmhouse where a woman and her three children were found dead.
Home improvements retailer Kingfisher has said its chief executive Ian Cheshire is to step down and will be replaced by Veronique Laury.
Police in Australia arrest two in Islamic centre raid, a day after its spy chief said he was considering upgrading the terror threat level.
US President Obama says he "has the authority" to widen military action against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria without Congressional approval.
At least 24 people are now known to have been killed after the roof of a mosque collapsed in the Pakistani city of Lahore, officials say.
Taiwan fines edible oil manufacturer $50m Taiwan New dollars ($1.6m; £1.03m) over its sales of dirty recycled waste oil.
Andrew Harding profiles Judge Thokozile Masipa, who grew up in a poor township outside Johannesburg, and became the second black woman to become a judge in South Africa.
Wales star Gareth Bale says the pitch for their Euro 2016 qualifying win in Andorra was "the worst I have ever played on".
Japan's nuclear regulator gives formal safety sign-off for two reactors to restart, moving the tsunami-hit nation closer to a resumption of nuclear energy.
China is world's third largest investor for the second year in 2013, according to state news agency Xinhua, as its outbound investment reaches a record high.
BBC Pop Up hears stories of survival from a "500-year flood"
Fiji's military says 45 UN peacekeepers taken captive in Syria will be released this week, but a Fijian government official denies the reports.
Dementia patients in the UK face what is, in effect, a "care tax" because they are left to sort out much of the care they need themselves, experts say.
A US father is suspected of killing his five children and dumping their bodies in another state, police say.
The co-founder of a home for retired circus elephants in the US state of Maine dies after one of the animals stepped on him, police say.