Test Match Special pundits size up the eight teams competing for World Cup glory in Melbourne on 29 March.
WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell will receive £36m from the advertising giant's controversial incentive plan.
President Vladimir Putin puts Russia's navy on a state of full combat readiness in the Arctic as part of major military drills, reports say.
The BBC looks at some of the numbers involved in Israel's election this week.
A new live-action version of Cinderella, directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh, tops the North American box office.
Tory Party chairman Grant Shapps has said he was mistaken over the dates of his outside employment when speaking to LBC.
A meteor believed to be the cause of phone calls to the Coastguard is photographed from the shores of Loch Ness.
The remains of King Richard III are to be reburied at Leicester Cathedral on 26 March 2015, as Sian Lloyd reports.
The BBC's Jon Donnison reports on the damage in a village just outside the capital, Port Vila.
A hillwalker has died after an incident on Ben Lomond at the weekend, according to Police Scotland.
World number one Serena Williams beats Kazakhstan's Zarina Diyas in the third round of the BNP Paribas Open in California.
Falcao could move to Chelsea or Tottenham, Real Madrid will not bid for David De Gea, Gus Poyet on the brink of being sacked, plus more.
A man, 26, is due to appear in court on Monday accused of murdering south Wales teenager Conner Marshall at a caravan park.
Devastation in the Pacific islands nation of Vanuatu
Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal claims "Iran is expanding its occupation or Iraq", which he says is unacceptable.
Thousands of people are expected to join a silent procession in protest against the rape of an elderly nun in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Australian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton says his Mercedes team may be challenged by Ferrari later this season.
BBC expert Jeremy Guscott on England's missed chances, bone-crunching Welsh defence, his team of the week and much more.
Northern Ireland's banks have shown "relatively little concern" for their customers when closing branches, a committee of MPs concludes.
Talks aimed at resolving the stalemate over welfare reform legislation are expected to resume at Stormont later.