The chief executive of Airbus Group has said the company remains committed to its A400M military plane following Saturday's crash in Spain.
More than 1,000 Bangladeshi and ethnic Rohingya migrants land in Langkawi, Malaysia, a day after nearly 600 are rescued off Indonesia's coast.
A memorial service is to be held for 56 people killed in a fire at Bradford City's Valley Parade ground in 1985.
Labour fail to convince people they "can be trusted with the economy", according to senior Welsh MP Owen Smith.
Lower-league footballer Tim Nicot becomes the second Belgian player to die of cardiac arrest in the last two weeks.
Did the death of one man 80 years ago lead to crash helmet use?
Incoming ECB chairman Colin Graves says the sacking of Peter Moores as England coach was not a "kneejerk" decision.