Russia's economy shrank by 2% in the first quarter of this year under the pressure of sanctions and a weak oil price, Russian PM Medvedev says.
Five men are sentenced to prison in Norway for organising an illegal wolf hunt, in the country's first prosecution in such a case.
Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi gets a 20 year jail sentence over the abuse of protesters during his rule, the first of many verdicts he faces.
Aston Villa & Reading are charged over pitch invasions at the end of their respective FA Cup quarter-final victories
The management of a 999 call made by a woman murdered by a man she met on a dating website is to be reviewed.
Residents from communities across south Wales are rallying together to try and catch arsonists who deliberately start grass fires.
An Indonesian court sentences a US man to 18 years in jail for killing the mother of his girlfriend and hiding her body in a suitcase.
Saudi Arabia's offensive in Yemen has fuelled patriotic fervour, as the kingdom seeks to counter what it sees as growing threats, says the BBC's Kim Ghattas.
A 22-year-old man dies after an incident involving a digger, say Dyfed-Powys Police.
A couple in their 70s who died in their caravan in Newcastle, County Down, earlier this year were the victims of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Sam Smith, George Ezra and Clean Bandit are in the running for most performed work at The Ivor Novello Awards.
The mother of a student who died after taking toxic 'diet pills' has said she had "absolutely no idea" her daughter was using them.
An ambulance service urges people to think before they dial 999 after they received a call about a squirrel injured in a "hit- and-run".
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo visits Cuba, the first US state governor to travel to the Communist-run island since a thaw in relations began last year.
China's Ding Junhui misses out on a 147 break at the World Snooker Championships after appearing to forget he was on for a maximum.
HBO is threatening to cut off paying customers of its HBO Now service if they are viewing its shows outside the US.
A man accused of murdering his five-week-old granddaughter tells a court he "thought the baby was alright" after dropping her on her head.
The big four High Street banks are under pressure to offer current account perks as competition in the sector appears to be picking up.
The BBC's James Reynolds reports from outside one of the migrant centres where the survivors of the boat sinking off Libya have been taken to.
Allegations of corruption in South Korea have tainted the prime minister, and threaten to topple the president, says Stephen Evans.