A paw print made by a cat in Roman times is discovered on a 2,000 year old roof tile in Gloucester.
No students are signed up for University of South Wales courses in London, a year after they are launched with a budget of £750,000.
A mother who claimed a security guard assaulted her while removing her breastfeeding baby from her in Primark is summoned to appear at court.
Fresh plans are drawn up for the biggest transformation of Cardiff Central railway station since it was built in the 1850s.
US President Barack Obama addresses the African Union in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on the last day of his trip to East Africa.
Nato countries hold an emergency meeting to discuss Turkey's campaign against the Islamic State group and Kurdish militants.
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand has been cleared to run again but she is collateral damage in a scientific dispute, writes Matt Slater.
The public should not expect to see a police officer after crimes such as burglary, the head of the new National Police Chiefs' Council tells the BBC.
Foreigners must be stopped from buying UK homes with "plundered" cash and a "global effort" is needed to beat corruption, David Cameron says.
Forensic experts in Colombia have begun a search for hundreds of bodies at a landfill site, believed to be one of the largest urban mass graves in the world, as Natalio Cosoy reports.
Passengers on Eurotunnel day trips to France are advised to postpone their journey if they can following further disruption.
Two policemen die and six others are injured in a "terrorist bomb attack" on the island of Sitrah in Bahrain, the government says.
Michael Mosley on which oil is the healthiest to cook with
Archaeologists say a Pictish fort uncovered during a dig near Stonehaven is the oldest in Scotland.
The European Union is "very effective" at solving problems, Britain's top official in Brussels says, amid reports members are becoming more receptive to UK demands to renegotiate its membership.
What is the inside story behind the murder of Alexander Litvinenko?
The disabled people who are beaten and chained
Europe's Sentinel-2a satellite, which will "carpet map" the Earth's land surface day-in, day-out, is on course to go into full operation in early or mid-October.
Shares in mainland China continued their slide on Tuesday, a day after the Shanghai Composite index saw its biggest one-day drop in eight years.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron outlines plans to stop foreigners from buying UK homes with "plundered or laundered cash" as part of a "global effort" to defeat corruption.