The BBC has been told by migrants rescued from a sinking boat last week that around 100 people on board died after a fight broke out over the last remaining food.
The parents of two children who died from carbon monoxide poisoning in Corfu criticise Thomas Cook for not apologising to them directly
The Royal Navy is investigating claims by a submariner that security and safety procedures around the Trident nuclear submarines are inadequate.
Ogmore MP Huw Irranca-Davies says Welsh Labour needs to "shrug off" the idea it is still the natural party of Wales.
Egypt executes six men convicted of carrying out an attack on soldiers last year, state media report, despite calls from rights groups for a re-trial.
Footballers taking recreational drugs do not appreciate the consequences, says players' union chief Gordon Taylor.
The head of the Unite union hits back at claims by outgoing Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy that he was the "kiss of death" for the party.
Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza makes his first public appearance in his own country since a failed coup last week.
The UK anti-slavery commissioner calls for more investigation of cases of "modern slavery" in the south Lincolnshire agriculture sector.
The late Coronation Street star Anne Kirkbride wins the outstanding achievement award at this year's British Soap Awards.
A woman and a rider remain in a critical condition in hospital following a crash involving three motorcycles at the North West 200.
Pioneer photography in 1840s Edinburgh
The BBC's David Cowling analyses the pre-election opinion polls and attempts to figure out where pollsters went wrong.
Public sector bodies in Scotland should be forced to report climate emissions targets and progress, a Holyrood committee recommends.
Thousands of protesters are due to take part in a rally in the Macedonian capital Skopje to demand the resignation of PM Nikola Gruevski.
A service of remembrance is taking place to mark the 50th anniversary of the Cambrian Colliery mining disaster.
Police make an arrest over the death of a 29-year-old man who had been seriously injured in a disturbance at a flat.
The head of the Institute of Directors in Northern Ireland says stability provided by the new Westminster government is in contrast with the situation at Stormont.
Passengers on a bus in Atlanta, Georgia, had a narrow escape after their bus got stuck in traffic - in the path of an oncoming train.
Banning mobile phones from schools has the effect of providing pupils with an extra week's education over an academic year, researchers say.