Burundi's government will not take revenge against those involved in last week's failed coup, the president's office says.
Super League's bottom side Wakefield Trinity Wildcats part company with coach James Webster.
Police arrest more than 50 people as part of an investigation into match-fixing in Italian football.
An appeals court in San Francisco rule a US-produced film called Innocence of Muslims, which sparked global riots after its release in 2012, should not be banned from YouTube.
All flights in and out of London City Airport are cancelled as emergency work is carried out on a "stress fracture" on the runway.
Fans of blues star BB King will pay their last respects at a public viewing in Las Vegas before he is buried in his native Mississippi.
Why are economists so frightened of us using the 'd' for 'deflation' word?
Zimbabwe's national cricket team is in Pakistan, the first Test-playing nation to visit the country since a deadly 2009 militant attack.
A man who kicked to death father-of-three Garry Newlove outside his Warrington home in 2007 loses a bid to have his sentence cut.
Turnout in strike ballots would "rocket" if people were allowed to vote electronically or by phone, a union leader says.
Official figures show that the value of that pound in your pocket is actually increasing. But is that necessarily good news?
A Christian-run bakery is found guilty of discriminating against a gay customer over its refusal to make a cake with a slogan supporting same-sex marriage.
Jessica Ennis-Hill says she is fit to compete in her first heptathlon since becoming Olympic champion in 2012.
Network Rail asks the TSSA rail union to withdraw notice of industrial action on bank holiday Monday, saying there are "numerous defects" in its ballot.
Teachers across France go on strike against the government's proposed education reforms, including devoting less time to Latin and Greek.
Justin Langer opts to stay with Western Australia despite being approached about the England coaching job.
Residents in Ramadi describe Islamic State militants flushing out opponents as they cement their hold on the Iraqi city captured at the weekend.
A Royal Navy submariner who criticised Trident nuclear submarine safety procedures hands himself in to police on his return to the UK.
Inflation measured by Consumer Prices Index fell to -0.1% in April, down from 0% in March, official figures show
A 400-year-old botany book contains what could be the only known portrait of William Shakespeare made in his lifetime, according to an academic expert.