The World Cup trophy is brought to Northern Ireland for the first time for the premiere of the film Shooting for Socrates.
At least four police vans and 10 officers are attending a serious incident in Pontypridd town centre.
Louis van Gaal believes Ryan Giggs will succeed him as Manchester United manager when he eventually leaves the post.
Officials in the Swiss mountain resort Zermatt say they are ending the practice of allowing tourists to pose for photos with the iconic St Bernard dogs.
BBC F1 analyst Allan McNish compares the form of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg - and how the German can beat him.
A restaurant owner appears in court charged with the manslaughter of a customer with a peanut allergy, who died from anaphylactic shock.
The Somali Islamist movement al-Shabab has killed a man for "insulting the prophet Muhammed", witnesses tell the BBC.
Pierre Claude Nolin, the speaker of the Canadian Senate, dies at the age of 64 after a long battle with cancer.
The Statue of Liberty and Liberty Island in New York have been evacuated, the National Park Service has said.
A man is charged with possession of an explosive substance by police investigating the murder of a Syrian-born preacher.
Around 40% of homeowners with mortgages could struggle to move because they would not qualify for a new loan under tough new rules
Up to 100 people attend an anti-racism protest in Derry after an Egyptian man is attacked in the city
The taste of shipwrecked champagne, and other news nuggets.
Great Britain's Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow claim bronze on day one of diving's World Series in Kazan.
Defending champion Wilson Kipsang and world record holder Dennis Kimetto will go head-to-head at Sunday's London Marathon.
A nightclub bouncer is found guilty of the manslaughter of a man who died more than two years after he felled him with a single punch.
The week's big numbers, visualised.
Police appeal for help in tracing an ex prisoner whom they have described as potentially dangerous.
South African-owned shops in Malawi stay closed after calls for a boycott from activists angered at recent xenophobic attacks.
At a ceremony marking its centenary, the Prince of Wales pays tribute to those who fought in Gallipoli, one of World War One's bloodiest campaigns.