A County Down school unlawfully discriminated against a pupil with disabilities, a tribunal finds.
Kurdish protesters and police have clashed at demonstrations across Turkey, over the country's response to Islamic State (IS) militants' attacks on the Syrian town of Kobane.
The JTI Gallaher cigarette factory is to shut for three days to allow workers to come to terms with hundreds of job losses, according to DUP MP Ian Paisley.
Thirty-eight paintings by Sir Winston Churchill are being offered to the nation, following the death of the politician's youngest daughter in May.
The UK Met Office formally opens its Space Weather Operations Centre on Wednesday, to lead the forecasting of the Sun’s disruptive effects on Earth.
Police issue guidance to social workers and teachers on spotting children at risk of abuse linked to witchcraft after a rise in reported cases.
North Korea presents its own human rights report at a rare UN briefing, acknowledging it runs "reform through labour camps" but denying abuses.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists and government officials say they will meet to discuss political reforms on Friday, after weeks of unrest.
The US-led coalition carries out its most sustained air attacks so far on the Turkey-Syria border town of Kobane, helping to curb Islamic State.
Young people are driving a change in attitudes towards people with mental health issues, Stan Collymore claims.
The 27 artists (and two DJs) who star in BBC Music video
Texture and light in Edwin Smith's images of everyday life
Do you know your soggy bottoms?
Debate and disagreement at London's Speakers' Corner
Does looking after your mental wellbeing really work?
Candidates in the Clacton and Heywood and Middleton by-elections are entering a final day of campaigning.