Iran's President Hassan Rouhani says progress in talks with the US and other world powers could lead to a final deal in the dispute over its nuclear programme.
If Islamic State is really behind the Sanaa bombings, it could lead to further sectarian violence in Yemen, says Barak Mendelsohn from Haverford College.
Pakistan's Wahab Riaz and Australia's Shane Watson are fined for their confrontation in Friday's World Cup quarter-final.
The Metropolitan Police launches a fresh appeal for witnesses to come forward in its investigations into historical child sex abuse.
A British woman arrested by counter-terrorism officers at Luton Airport earlier this week is charged with an identity document offence.
How recording with Bon Iver nearly drove The Staves crazy
Continuous change has made it impossible to tell how well England's schools are performing, a headteachers' conference will hear today.
National Front gains are changing France's political landscape
The Severn Valley railway is marking its 50th anniversary of preserving steam trains.
Abdullah Ocalan, the jailed leader of Turkey's main Kurdish rebel group, is set to announce a "road map" for the peace process.
A new campsite in Wales is offering people the chance to sleep on the side of a cliff.
A mysterious eco-activist calling himself the Human Shrub is vowing to keep a watch over Colchester's green spaces.
The funeral of a teenager who died along with two friends in a crash, which also killed the passenger of another car will be held in Vale of Glamorgan.
On-the-spot fines for fly-tippers could be introduced in a bid to tackle the growing problem of rubbish being dumped across Wales.
Thousands of people are expected to descend on Leicester as the reburial of King Richard III gets under way on Sunday.
El Clasico takes place on Sunday with the world's best player angry and struggling for form. So why is Cristiano Ronaldo unhappy?
US security staff shoot a knife-wielding man at New Orleans international airport after he tried to storm a checkpoint.
New Zealand's Martin Guptill makes the highest score in a World Cup match by smashing 237 against West Indies.
The former Liberal leader Lord Steel has said "the most" Liberal Democrats would accept in another hung parliament is a confidence and supply deal.
A senior Liberal Democrat peer and former party leader has said there is "no mood" in the party to be part of a second coalition.