Military bosses are ordered to carry out two inquiries following the deaths of three reservists on an SAS selection march.
Why Syrian refugees are returning to a war zone
The Britain Stronger in Europe group is holding a launch event ahead of a referendum on the issue due before the end of 2017.
Russia summoned a UK diplomat to explain reports that RAF pilots had been authorised to shoot down Russian aircraft in the Middle East.
South Korea announces controversial plans to control the history textbooks used in secondary schools, sparking criticism from some academics and students.
Steve Mackay, the saxophonist who appeared on the Stooges' 1970 LP Fun House, has died aged 66.
Computer algorithms that offer financial advice will be studied as part of a review into the money advice sector.
Top former judges and lawyers criticise the UK government's response to the migrant crisis as "too slow and narrow", in a letter signed by 300 people.
The Governor of Alaska tells the BBC that expanding the state's search for oil is necessary to pay for the damage caused by climate change.
Despite all the problems in the country, Tunisia remains in the vanguard of democratic development in the Middle East, says Owen Bennett-Jones.
Lord Rose is just the latest company boss to give his views on Britain’s relationship with the European Union.
The UK and Scottish governments hold talks on the welfare powers to be included in the new Scotland Bill.
Aerosmith star Steven Tyler has asked Donald Trump to stop using his band's song Dream On on the campaign trail.
Alaska is seeking to boost on-shore drilling in the wake of Shell's decision to abandon the Arctic, but there is significant political opposition.
MPs are due to debate "notspots" - areas where broadband internet and 3G mobile coverage is slow or unreliable.
A woman who said she was pregnant after being raped at the Nauru detention centre arrives in Australia, amid public pressure for her to be allowed an abortion.
Volkswagen recalls almost 2,000 cars in China as the country's environment ministry launches an investigation into the scandal.
How LED lights could one day can act as gateways to the internet
Embattled mining giant Glencore says it has started the sales process for two of its copper mines in Australia and Chile.
The Turkish air force pounds Kurdish militants as the country mourns for nearly 100 people killed in a bomb attack in the capital, Ankara.