Greece believes it has been given permission by the Eurogroup to ease up on austerity - although there will be months of fraught negotiations on a new financial settlement for this recession battered country.
Three missing east London schoolgirls are feared to be travelling to Syria via Turkey, police say.
New Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood believes the legacy of young talent he left behind at Spurs is serving them well.
BBC Scotland learns that 31 of Scotland's 32 councils have agreed not to cut teacher numbers in return for cash from the Scottish government.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says the granting of a conditional four-month extension of Greece's international bailout is a fair deal for Europe.
A zookeeper at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden in Ohio in the US has filmed two red pandas playing in the snow.
Liberia is to reopen its borders following a reduction in the number of Ebola cases being reported in the country.
St George Illawarra hold off two Warrington comebacks to win the first match of the World Club Series.
Rangers survive a late Raith Rovers fightback to claim a first win in four games and move up to second in the table.
A woman pedestrian is struck by a lorry and killed in Lurgan, County Armagh.
Former one-day coach Ashley Giles says England's World Cup performances have hit a new low ahead of Scotland game.
The closure of a hospital ward in County Down was unlawful, a High Court judge finds.
A 26-year-old man is charged with the murder of a six-month-old boy.
Greece and the eurozone nations agree a deal over its financial bailout after talks in Brussels on Friday.
Britain's Joanna Rowsell can only win bronze in the women's individual pursuit at the Track World Championships.
Images of three men sought in connection with an incident of alleged racism by Chelsea fans on the Paris Metro on Tuesday are released.
Native design sparks Fashion Week controversy
The former first lady of Virginia, Maureen McDonnell, is sentenced to one year and one day in prison for her part in a corruption case.
As Ukraine holds a ceremony to mark the first anniversary of the fatal clashes in central Kiev's Maidan Square, Paul Adams reports from the strategically important town of Debaltseve in the east.
A man has been jailed for an attack on a female police officer that was captured on her body-worn camera.