Queen's Club in London is confirmed as the venue for Great Britain's Davis Cup quarter-final against France in July.
Former Prime Minister Sir John Major is giving a speech as party of the Conservative Party's election campaign.
A look at the treacherous journeys made my migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean into Europe.
The DUP says it believes its votes could be vital in the formation of the next UK government, as it launches its general election manifesto.
The BBC looks at what has led to Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi being sentenced to 20 years in prison.
A child is taken to hospital after being hit by a car outside a Cardiff school.
The trial of a 93-year-old former Nazi SS guard, known as the "Bookkeeper of Auschwitz" opens in Germany.
A Japanese magnetic levitation train has broken the world speed record.
Nick Clegg's choice of outfit on Twitter is causing quite a stir.
Sleep-inducing wallpaper, afternoon siestas and warm milk are helping top footballers find their best form.
Mobile phone footage shows a house being washed away by floodwater in Dungog in New South Wales during a fierce storm.
The company is making changes to the way its search engine ranks sites, and that could send some hurtling down the rankings.
Bottles of champagne salvaged from a 170-year-old shipwreck have been analysed in the lab
Short-term lender Wonga made a pre-tax loss of £37.3m in 2014 amid a major overhaul of the controversial company.
Pay-TV broadcaster Sky reports a 20% rise in operating profits, helped by strong demand for its services across Europe.
Junior staff within the airline industry are encouraged to speak up to more senior staff, including pilots, if they believe they have made a mistake.
Kevin Cummins' photographs of the Manchester band
Egypt's former President Mohammed Morsi is due to hear his first verdict since his ousting on charges of inciting the killing of protesters.
Christian health worker Victoria Wasteney speaks about accusations she tried to convert a Muslim colleague.
An inquest into the death of a student from Shrewsbury thought to have taken "highly toxic" diet pills bought online is due to open.