An attack on an Israeli military vehicle wounds four solders near the Lebanon border and the Israeli army responds with shellfire.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is fined £25,000 by the Football Association over comments about a "campaign" to influence referees.
Gary Glitter breaks down in tears as he tries to explain to jurors why he had been in possession of child pornography images.
British police are still investigating the death of Alexander Litvinenko and want to speak to two Russians suspected of his murder, an inquiry hears.
Armed forces respond to an increase in female recruits with plans to make songs less male-oriented.
Four-time champion Novak Djokovic beats Milos Raonic in straight sets to reach the Australian Open semi-finals.
A cat in Florida who was presumed dead after being run over appears five days later having somehow escaped its grave.
Relatives of a woman murdered by her boyfriend after a 999 delay are told they cannot sue police for negligence.
Experts are pinning their hopes on in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) to save the northern white rhino from extinction.
Why Argentina's spy agency faces dissolution
New Greek PM Alexis Tsipras tells his first cabinet meeting his country will not default on its bailout debts, but will negotiate with creditors.
New NHS guidelines to some hospitals in England about "major incidents" prompt claims ministers are seeking to deter hospitals from declaring a crisis.
IKEA, the world's biggest furniture retailer, reported flat profits last year despite rising sales worldwide.
Indonesia's search and rescue agency chief says the hunt for victims of AirAsia QZ8501 could be called off if no more bodies are found soon.
Welterweight greats Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather swap phone numbers at an NBA game in their first ever meeting.
Boxing champion Jermain Taylor will undergo a mental assessment after being arrested for two gun-related incidents.
David Oyelowo, who plays Martin Luther King in Selma, says it's "ridiculous" to attack Benedict Cumberbatch for using the term "coloured" during an interview.
Russia says North Korea's leader has accepted an invitation to Moscow, South Korean media reports, but Kim Jong-un is not mentioned by name.
Australia's month-long detention of 157 Sri Lankan asylum seekers at sea last year was legal, the High Court rules.