China has been holding its sixth driverless car competition, with the unmanned vehicles having to navigate their way through various obstacles.
Pupils at a South Yorkshire school are mourning five "wonderful young people" who died in a car crash at the weekend.
Internet trolling has become a growing problem in recent years, but is enough being done to teach children about online abuse?
The chairman of Serco, the beleaguered outsourcing firm that has several contracts with the UK government, announces he will leave the company.
A Mediterranean diet may be a better way of tackling obesity than calorie counting, leading doctors have said.
Spending on a controversial M4 relief road should be stopped because it will cost £11m over the next two years, Plaid Cymru says.
Asian markets traded lower on Monday on news that Japan's economy contracted for a second consecutive quarter, marking a recession.
Bulldozers are set to start demolishing a cottage dubbed the "house of evil", where Mark Bridger is believed to have murdered five-year-old April Jones.
China's President Xi Jinping addressed the Australian parliament ahead of signing a free trade agreement between the two countries.
Unseen World War One photographs uncovered
Twenty-five years after the fall of communism in Prague, has disillusionment set in?
A police vehicle is attacked with what is believed to have been a bomb in north Belfast.
Former FA chairman David Bernstein says England and Uefa should boycott the 2018 World Cup to force Fifa to reform.
The Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos calls off peace talks with the Farc rebel group after the apparent kidnapping of an army general.
A British antiques expert who restored items for royalty was a child abuser involved in a notorious paedophile campaign group, the BBC can reveal.
At least four people are killed when landslides engulf homes in southern Switzerland and northern Italy following days of torrential rain.
A partnership between the Shanghai and Hong Kong Stock market has been launched.
The current spat between the UK and Europe is nothing new, says former Euro-diplomat Sir Stephen Wall.
What the Charleston and twerking have in common?
Could this Ikea seat take over the world?