The US has asked Switzerland to extradite seven Fifa officials arrested on corruption charges in May, Swiss authorities say.
A man is taken to hospital after a serious assault in Belfast, during which it is believed he was stabbed.
Dixons Carphone has signed a deal with US telecoms firm Sprint that will see it open and manage Sprint-branded stores in the US.
Some UK local authorities say they are struggling to cope with the large increase in the number of children seeking asylum.
Limited ferry services resume between Dover and Calais after a strike by French ferry workers caused three days of disruption across the Channel.
A family of 12 from Luton that includes a baby and two grandparents are believed to have travelled to Syria after going missing.
The annual rate of house price growth slowed again last month, the Nationwide building society says, falling to a two-year low of 3.3%.
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a mother and child who have been reported missing in Edinburgh.
Manchester United try to offload Van Persie, Barcelona bid £56.7m for Pogba, Leicester want Bolton boss Lennon, plus more.
The Indonesia military plane that crashed in a residential part of Medan likely suffered an engine failure, a top military official tells the BBC.
A 22-year-old worker is grabbed and killed by a robot at a VW car factory in Germany.
A legal challenge over the election of Liberal Democrat MP Alistair Carmichael is to be heard at the Court of Session.
A planning application is submitted for what would be Northern Ireland largest wind farm.
Singer Damon Albarn predicts his Alice in Wonderland-inspired musical Wonder.land, which opens in Manchester later, will be "a little controversial".
Police return to the scene of an attempted bomb attack on a police officer in Eglinton, near Londonderry, to appeal for information.
An Afghan appeals court quashes death sentences imposed on four men for their part in the mob killing of a young woman in Kabul in March.
More than 40% of the complaints being dealt with by the Northern Ireland Ombudsman are about health and social services, according to a report.
People caught killing birds of prey in Wales should face stiffer punishments, wildlife campaigners say.
Police need to improve child protection, a watchdog says, after it highlights failings in Welsh and English forces.
A "culture of bullying, harassment and inappropriate behaviour" affects staff at all levels in one unit of Wales' biggest hospital, an inquiry finds.