The bell of sunken WW2 battlecruiser HMS Hood will go on display in a Portsmouth museum.
Firefighters are battling raging forest fires engulfing Vila Nova de Cerveira in north Portugal.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany says his side have "something to prove" after their struggles last season.
Zimbabwe's President, Robert Mugabe, has been leading celebrations at the National Heroes Day parade, which commemorates the lives of those who died opposing British colonial rule.
Google unveils a surprise restructuring, creating a new parent company called Alphabet Inc.
A toxic leak from a mine is three times larger than previously thought
BBC News explains how some employers are trying to keep their staff in the peak of health and fitness - and are even issuing wearable health devices.
Yaya Toure inspires Man City to victory at West Brom as £49m summer signing Raheem Sterling makes his debut for the visitors.
Two US girls accused of stabbing a classmate in order to please an online fictional character will be tried in an adult court, a Wisconsin judge rules.
A survey examining 200,000 galaxies in multiple wavelengths offers the best estimate yet of how fast the Universe is fading.
The Donald Trump phenomenon may not be over yet. That, however, could be the least of the Republican Party establishment's concerns.
As migrants continue to risk life and limb to reach Europe from Africa, Libya has become the main hub for traffickers plying their illegal trade in human cargo.
A Texas woman, who was held at gunpoint and killed along with her husband and six children, had sent a text message to her mother before she died.
Skywatchers are in for a dazzling display as the annual Perseid meteor shower reaches its peak on Wednesday.
Tyrone Harris, who was shot by police in Ferguson during Michael Brown anniversary events, is charged with assaulting officers, prosecutors say.
Authorities in Ghana's capital Accra recover a body from the site of a petrol station inferno on 3 June, in which at least 154 people died.
Astronauts on board the International Space Station (ISS) sample some space-grown lettuce.
A toxic leak of wastewater that has turned a Colorado river mustard yellow is three times larger than US officials had originally estimated.
At least 18 people have been killed and more than 40 injured in a bomb attack in Baquba in eastern Iraq, local sources say.
President Robert Mugabe says Zimbabweans failed in their responsibility to protect Cecil the lion, who was shot by an American dentist.