Kenya's interior minister admits security officers ignored intelligence reports prior to the deadly attack on Garissa's university earlier this month.
A vicar who claimed he was the victim of a four-year campaign of hate loses his unfair dismissal case at the Court of Appeal.
Nigeria's military says it has freed another 160 more people during its offensive against Boko Haram militants in the vast Sambisa forest.
Thousands of rail passengers endure huge delays after an electrical supply problem in south London affected trains in and out of the city.
Thousands of former staff at Woolworths stores will not receive compensation for redundancy, following a European Court of Justice ruling.
A south Wales man is found guilty of murdering his five-week-old granddaughter.
A woman from the New Forest says she is grateful to be alive after being caught up in the earthquakes in Nepal.
Derbyshire batsman Billy Godleman is banned for two games for a dangerous throw during the game against Gloucestershire.
Plans for a new DARD headquarters are unveiled as the minister says 1,500 civil servants have expressed an interesting in moving to Ballykelly.
The eurozone scraped out of deflation in April after four months, official data shows, boosting hopes of economic recovery in Europe.
A "significant" number of valuable antiques are saved from a devastating fire at an 18th Century stately home, the fire service says.
Film studio Warner Bros will review its promotional campaign for disaster movie San Andreas following the recent Nepal earthquake.
Blue Origin, the US space company set up by Amazon entrepreneur Jeff Bezos, says it has conducted the first test flight of a new sub-orbital vehicle, reaching an altitude of 93km.
A court in Pakistan has jailed 10 men for life for the 2012 gun attack on education activist Malala Yousafzai, media reports say.
Comedian Sandi Toksvig reveals she quit BBC Radio 4's News Quiz to set up a new political party named the Women's Equality Party.
An American vet has claimed to have decoded the language that cats use, believing that cats use more than a dozen sounds, each having its own meaning.
A Brazilian man with psychiatric conditions executed in Indonesia with seven other prisoners did not understand what was happening to him, says his priest.
Germany's national intelligence agency, the BND, spied on top French officials and the European Commission on behalf of US intelligence, reports say.
Some parents withdraw their children from a planned school visit to a mosque following "safety concerns".
A 60-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of murdering Forest of Dean builder Shaun James in 2002.