Three famous ocean liners sail together in Liverpool for the first time to mark Cunard's 175th anniversary.
The England and Wales Cricket Board is in exclusive discussions with a preferred candidate for the role of England coach.
Fierce clashes are reported in southern Yemen, as officials say UN-sponsored peace talks planned for later this week have been postponed.
Spain's anti-austerity Podemos movement vows to win national polls this year after dramatic gains in Sunday's local and regional elections.
Police searching for a man suspected of killing his six-year-old sister, his mother and her partner recover a weapon from the crime scene.
Architect Nripal Adhikary is building low-cost, earthquake-resilient homes in Nepal using local materials, including dirt, sand and bamboo.
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson knew hacked voicemail messages were the source of a story about former Home Secretary David Blunkett, his trial hears.
Police in Washington DC destroy a pressure cooker found inside a "suspicious" vehicle parked near the US Capitol.
A British man who attracted global support after "fat-shaming" images of him were posted online attends a party in his honour in Los Angeles.
A family whose image was used in a poster campaign by the group opposing gay marriage in the Republic of Ireland say they were "naive" about stock photography websites.
More than 430 people are reported to have died in a heatwave sweeping India with temperatures reaching 48C (118F) in some areas.
Authorities in eastern China sent local officials on enforced tours of a prison, as a warning against the temptations of corruption.
A search and rescue operation for a diver who went missing off the coast of Dorset will not be resumed, the coastguard says.
European stocks fall in morning trading after a Greek minister says Athens would struggle to meet its upcoming debt payments.
Voters in the South American nation of Suriname are going to the polls to elect a new National Assembly which in turn will choose the president.
Two brothers, Ganesh and Santos Bharati, whose mother died in the first of two earthquakes to hit Nepal, describe their lives one month on.
Former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael rejects calls for him to resign over a leaked memo and says he wants to "get on with" being an MP.
Northern Ireland's first minister Peter Robinson is admitted to hospital with a suspected heart attack.
A Tunisian soldier is shot dead after opening fire on other troops at a military base in Tunis, the country's defence ministry says.