Chelsea team doctor Eva Carneiro has still not returned to work after being criticised by manager Jose Mourinho.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Scotland should accept 1,000 refugees "as a starting point for a meaningful discussion".
A Sierra Leone village of nearly 1,000 people is put under quarantine after a dead woman's body tested positive for Ebola.
A missing girl believed to have left home to see a man she met online is found as police confirm an arrest has been made.
Works by Modigliani, Picasso and Gainsborough, owned by the former owner of Sotheby's, are to be sold by the auction house later this year.
The UK Independence Party launches its campaign for Britain to leave the EU in the forthcoming in/out referendum on membership of the union.
US law enforcement agencies must now apply for a warrant to use fake mobile phone towers to track criminals.
Energy giant EDF has admitted that construction of Britain's first new nuclear power plant in decades has been delayed.
Prizzi's Honor star Kathleen Turner joins the cast of a play about transgender identity.
A golden statue damaged in last month's bomb attack in the Thai capital, Bangkok, is unveiled to the public in a special ceremony.
A play exploring the radicalisation of young Muslims was scrapped by the National Youth Theatre over concerns about its "extremist agenda".
Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are in a league of their own in first practice at the Italian Grand Prix.
The Williams Formula 1 Grand Prix team cuts half-year losses following a sharp rise in revenues.
The battle over where waiters' tips go
Islamic State (IS) militants continue their destruction of the ancient Syrian site of Palmyra by blowing up three funerary towers.
In the wake of a turbulent few weeks on the Chinese stock market, where do Asian economies stand?
The BBC's Matthew Price in Budapest says several thousand migrants are still waiting at Budapest's international railway station in the hope of getting on trains to other parts of Europe.
Nearly a million homeowners have no way of paying off their mortgages because they opted for interest-only loans, Citizens Advice warns.
The government owns art worth at least £3.5bn, but only a tiny fraction is on display, a pressure group claims.
A campaign set up by children's author Patrick Ness to raise funds for Syrian refugees raises more than £150,000 in 24 hours.