Usain Bolt labours to victory in the 200m at the New York Diamond League meeting, while Tyson Gay wins the 100m.
A former reality-TV star and glamour model becomes a princess, marrying the man who is third in line to the Swedish throne.
Misfiring Scotland salvage a point in Dublin that keeps them in contention for a Euro 2016 automatic qualifying spot.
The Foo Fighters cancel two European tour dates after lead singer Dave Grohl sustains a fracture in a fall from the stage during a concert in Sweden.
A man taking his regular morning stroll in south-west Germany is attacked and killed by an elephant which escaped from a circus, police say.
A replica of Magna Carta is carried down the River Thames as part of events to mark its 800th anniversary.
Chris Froome is second overall behind Tejay van Garderen after winning Saturday's seventh stage of the Criterium du Dauphine.
Hillary Clinton gives her first major speech of her 2016 presidential campaign.
US Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton is due to hold the first major rally in her presidential campaign.
Jim Murphy formally stands down as leader of Scottish Labour as the party agrees in principle to his proposals for 'dramatic' change
Azerbaijani authorities arrest a bus driver whose vehicle hit and injured three teenage Austrian swimmers ahead of the European Games in Baku.
Air India insists that there is "absolutely no truth" in reports that a lizard was found in an in-flight meal on a Delhi-London flight on Thursday.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says that South Korea's outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome is "large and complex" and more cases are expected.
Newsbeat is spending the weekend in the Spanish holiday resort town of Magaluf to see whether the new drinking laws there are working.
US activist's claim to be black sparks debate on racial identity
Shots have been fired at the police headquarters in Dallas, and a suspect has fled the scene in what witnesses say was as an armoured van.
Madagascar's constitutional court throws out parliament's bid to dismiss President Hery Rajaonarimampianina.
Three-year-old British boy who was missing with mother for more than two weeks is back in care of his father
The Queen is celebrating her official birthday with the Trooping the Colour parade, which includes a military ceremony and a fly-past.
As Iraq tries to win back territory from Islamic State, there are fears that older, deep-rooted tensions could threaten the entire country's future.