The International Monetary Fund warns George Osborne that accelerating house prices and low productivity pose the greatest threat to the UK's economic recovery.
Footage emerges of two men in the Belarusian city of Zaslavl running clear as they use a masonry drill to demolish a water tower.
Norwegian Ronny Deila is confirmed as the new manager of Celtic on a 12-month rolling contract.
Sikh groups brandishing ceremonial swords have clashed at India's Golden Temple in Amritsar as special prayers were held to mark the deadly military offensive there in 1984.
How innovations in science and engineering made the D-Day landings possible with giant troop tanks and tanks that could drive on water.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius says the reported $10bn (£6bn; 7.3bn euros) US fine being faced by banking giant BNP Paribas could hurt EU-US trade treaty talks.
A nine-day old baby who died on Sunday after contracting a bacterial infection from a suspected contaminated hospital feed has been named.
The emir of Kano, one of Nigeria's most prominent and revered Muslim leaders, has died, palace sources tell the BBC.
A cast of stars pay tribute to actress and political activist Jane Fonda as she accepts the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award.
Police fire tear gas on protesters in Haiti, as thousands march in the capital demanding that President Michel Martelly step down.
But he insists his meat pies are the main draw.
The front-runner in Afghanistan's presidential election, Abdullah Abdullah, survives a bomb attack on his convoy in Kabul.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius confirms the controversial sale of two warships to Russia will go ahead, saying "they mean a lot of jobs".
Britain's Sir Bradley Wiggins says he will not be competing in this year's Tour de France "as things stand".
Amnesty International joins calls for an investigation into the burial of nearly 800 children at a mother and baby home in County Galway.
Rap group The Beastie Boys win a $1.7m copyright ruling after their music was used in an advert for a fizzy drink.
Blind cave-dwelling fish found in Somalia are able to recognise differences in quantities, say scientists.
Prominent Thai anti-coup activist Sombat Boonngamanong is arrested for violating an order to report to the ruling junta.
Several people are injured after Sikh groups brandishing swords clash at India's Golden Temple during special prayers to mark the military assault there in 1984.
All flights are grounded at Bristol Airport following a serious power failure in the terminal.