A convoy of UK military vehicles has been hit by a blast in the Afghan capital, UK officials say, with seven reported injured but no British casualties.
Manchester becomes the home of the UK's first branch of the Mars Society.
An operation to bring down Glasgow's remaining Red Road flats in a controlled explosion has taken place.
The shortlist for the Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction writing is announced, with a Ted Hughes biography among the six selected.
Four men were taken to hospital with bullet wounds to their legs after an incident in Birmingham city centre.
Labour accuses the government of planning legislation that could cause "everyday racism" and "widespread discrimination" in the housing market.
The widow of film director and Sunday Times columnist Michael Winner is beaten with an iron bar during a raid at her home in London.
Argentina prepare for their World Cup quarter-final against France or Ireland by scoring nine tries to beat Namibia.
A triumphant Wales football team fly into Cardiff to join the celebrations after reaching their first major football tournament since 1958.
A car driver escaped unhurt from his car after it plunged off a coastal path into breaking waves.
Lewis Hamilton wins an incident-packed Russian Grand Prix to move to the brink of his third world championship.
How flying high helped inventor create breathing machine
The BBC's Selin Girit finds deep shock and anger following Saturday's deadly bomb blasts in the capital, Ankara.
Former Conservative Chancellor Ken Clarke advises George Osborne to "get your tin hat on" and press ahead with cuts to tax credits.
The family of nurse Pauline Cafferkey says doctors "missed a big opportunity" to spot she had fallen ill again.
Twelve North Sea gas fields are sold by the Russian oligarch who bought them earlier last year but was forced by the UK Government to sell them.
British number one Johanna Konta beats France's Julie Coin in the second round of qualifying in Linz, Austria.
The world's two biggest brewers, SABMiller and Anheuser-Busch InBev, go into the week having until Wednesday to agree on any potential takeover deal.
A white police officer was justified in shooting and killing a black 12-year-old boy in Cleveland, Ohio last year, experts conclude.
The former boss of Anglo Irish Bank has been arrested on an extradition warrant in the US city of Boston, the state US Attorney's Office says.