BBC Click's Stephen Beckett tries out a device that gives you an electric shock for visiting time-wasting websites.
A video of two sisters beating up three men, who were allegedly sexually harassing them on a moving bus in India, goes viral on social media.
The Welsh NHS is to receive around £65-78m in extra funding from the UK government.
A large fire at the disused St Paul's church in Edinburgh, which broke out on Sunday night, is being treated as suspicious.
Northern Ireland has had the largest proportional increase in new cases of HIV in the UK since the year 2000.
Australia and India are discussing when the first Test in Brisbane can take place following the death of Phillip Hughes.
Taiwan's cabinet resigns after the ruling pro-Beijing Kuomintang (KMT) party suffers its biggest ever defeat in local elections.
A paedophile who ran children's homes in north Wales is expected to be sentenced on Monday for a catalogue of abuse that spanned decades.
Living with Aids in Pakistan - a country where so much stigma is attached to the condition.
Stephen Fry will voice the role of veteran spy Colonel K in Danger Mouse when the cartoon favourite returns to TV next year.
Hollywood actress Charlize Theron has said the international community cannot "sit back and wait on a cure" for HIV/Aids and must focus on changing human behaviour.
A specialist search dog is to be used in the search for the body of Joe Lynskey who was abducted and murdered by the IRA 42 years ago.
Tube drivers on part of the Northern Line start a 24-hour strike over the dismissal of a colleague.
Former US Senator Gary Hart is expected to arrive back in Belfast later for talks with the Stormont parties.
After one season of playing American football, some teenagers appear to show changes in their brains even when they did not suffer concussion, a small study suggests.
Dementia sufferers are not getting the care they need because the condition is not recognised as a terminal illness, two leading charities claim.
10 surprising facts about how the British vote
Sonali Shah finds out what goes on when a player's fitness is assessed before a transfer.
There have been a number of challenges to Robert Mugabe's power, but ultimately none has succeeded. BBC Africa reviews the demise of Mugabe's many opponents - in 90 seconds.
A look at why diamonds have become so attractive to Asian investors. BBC's Ali Moore speaks with the chief executive of Antwerp World Diamond Centre.