Shrien Dewani, the British businessman accused of arranging the murder of his wife in South Africa, met a gay escort three times, a court is told.
Elizabeth Truss says the party will "absolutely" continue to back its previous Vote Blue, Go Green message.
A 49-year-old man is remanded in custody on a charge of attempted murder.
The 10 trees to make the final of England's "Tree of the Year" competition are announced.
The boss of a taxi firm reverses his decision to allow customers to choose the race of their driver after a protest from Asian cabbies.
The brother of a Portsmouth man killed while fighting for Islamic State in Syria appears in court charged with preparing acts of terrorism.
South Africa's football coach Ephraim Mashaba has paid tribute to captain Senzo Meyiwa, who died after being shot by intruders.
The idea for film director Mike Leigh's new film first came to him more than a decade ago, and judging by the initial reaction it was worth the wait.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says he "misspoke" when warning that parts of the UK could be "swamped" by immigrants without changes to EU rules.
The Recall of MPs bill will be scrutinised by the Commons with Conservative Zac Goldsmith hoping to force a vote to make it tougher.
Kremlin in defiant mood as Western sanctions bite
A man and woman die and another is seriously hurt following a two-car crash in on the A40 near Crickhowell on Sunday.
The football club where a teenage girl died during a match announces plans for a permanent memorial to her.
Billy Elliot director Stephen Daldry's new film Trash, set amid the slums of Rio de Janeiro, wins the top prize at the Rome Film Festival.
An interim governor in appointed in the Mexican state of Guerrero, where 43 students went missing after clashing with police a month ago.
Engineers are to inspect damage to the A82 after a section of the trunk road was hit by landslides and fallen trees on Sunday.
The British troops who died in Afghanistan will never be forgotten, the prime minister has said after the UK's 13-year-long military campaign ended.
South Korean prosecutors seek the death penalty for the captain of the Sewol ferry, which sank in April killing more than 300 people.
Senior officials from Qatar have strongly denied claims the country is supporting terrorist groups in Syria such as Islamic State.
Twenty-four European banks have failed "stress tests" of their finances, the European Banking Authority (EBA) has announced.