The four members of British indie band Viola Beach and their manager die in a car crash in Sweden.
Rugby league team Hull FC have paid tribute to one of their players after he missed the birth of his first child to play for the side.
Police in Greece say they have arrested two British nationals and one British resident for transporting weapons and ammunition allegedly for use in terrorist activities.
Chinese central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan accuses "speculative forces" of targeting the country's currency, the yuan.
A homeless woman foiled a burglary at a beauty store when she challenged an intruder in the midst of a raid.
British snowboarder Katie Ormerod claims her first World Cup podium after finishing second in big air in Canada.
A Turkish assault on positions claimed by Kurdish fighters in northern Syria continues into a second day.
A magnitude 5.8 earthquake shook the New Zealand city of Christchurch on Sunday.
The Scottish and UK governments are to meet in a bid to clear the "final hurdle" in talks over a fiscal framework for devolved powers.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says Britain needs a "robust deal" for staying in the EU, which will only be decided when European heads of government meet on Thursday.
The death of one of the most conservative members of the US Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia, sparks a battle for its control.
Hope is growing that decades of division between northern and southern Cyprus could be coming to an end, says Greg Dawson.
A man is charged with murder after a woman was found dead in a house in Bury, Greater Manchester.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan is understood to be looking to the US for the next head of England's schools inspectorate Ofsted.
Tom English analyses another 'excruciating' defeat as Scotland's search for a Six Nations victory goes on.
Self-employed workers should get more support in running their businesses, says a review commissioned by the government from a leading entrepreneur.
Valentine's Day drives big audiences to dating apps - but with market leader Tinder boasting 26 million matches daily, is there room for competition?
Cliffs collapse in New Zealand during an 5.7 magnitude earthquake in the city of Christchurch, days before the anniversary of the deadly 2011 quake.
Four British rowers trying to cross the Atlantic are rescued after their boat capsizes and they lose their oars.
Conservative US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who has died aged 79, was renowned for his biting wit and sarcasm.