Bangladesh win a Test series 3-0 for the first time with a 186-run victory over Zimbabwe in Chittagong.
An opposition candidate is set to win the governor elections on Japan's Okinawa island, leaving the future of a US air base there uncertain.
A man is arrested over an acid attack on a 56-year-old who had liquid thrown in his face and was left with serious injuries.
Owen Williams' last-minute penalty gives Leicester Tigers a tightly-contested draw at home to Saracens.
A Welsh Tory MP dismisses criticism he ignored calls to campaign in a Kent by-election but visited the area to play golf as "a silly story".
Five teenagers have been killed in a crash between two cars in South Yorkshire.
Caterham's administrator says they have made 230 staff redundant while still planning to race at the Abu Dhabi grand prix.
Former Sports Minister Sir Hugh Robertson says he was told bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups was a "Wild West" process.
A huge tunnelling machine is digging under Trafford Park as part of an engineering project to improve water quality in the Manchester Ship Canal.
Senior Conservatives back an investigation into claims Jean-Claude Juncker encouraged tax avoidance when he was Luxembourg leader, allegations the EU Commission boss denies.
John Rabernack more popularly known as Dr John speaks to the BBC's Andrew Marr about voodoo rock
Iran's Supreme Court disbars hard-line former Tehran prosecutor Saeed Mortazavi and bans him from all government positions for five year.
The car that mounted a pavement and killed 11-year-old Sophie Brannan in a hit-and-run was hired, detectives reveal.
The Nigerian army says it has recaptured the north-eastern Nigerian town of Chibok from Boko Haram militants, who seized the town on Thursday.
Too many patients in England are struggling to book appointments with GPs, according to the health watchdog.
A man in his 40s dies at the scene of a house fire in Londonderry.
A man dressed up as Father Christmas robs a post office in Melbourne, Australia.
Europe can reach an agreement to temporarily limit the number of EU migrants coming into the UK, former Tory PM Sir John Major says.
This week, a conference on women's rights in London will look at ways of tackling slavery called Trust Women.
Sir John Major says the new deal over the European Union was not about "seeking to end free movement".