Police investigating a gun attack on a parked car in Londonderry are attacked with bottles by a number of youths.
China and South Korea express annoyance after Japan's internal affairs minister visits the Yasukuni shrine, which commemorates dead soldiers.
Two people are arrested in connection with attack being treated as attempted murder in Inverness earlier this week.
A Conservative councillor who equated the "inevitability" of the building of new houses with rape, announces she will not stand for re-election.
A three-year old who disappeared from her home in northern Australia has been found close to the family home almost two days later.
China's biggest oil company has been blamed for water contamination affecting over 2.4 million people in Lanzhou.
Nine people are being held after a sub-machine gun, 70 rounds of ammunition and a large quantity of cannabis was found at a house in south London.
QPR earn their first win in four games as they deal another blow to Nottingham Forest's play-off hopes.
Seven former pupils at a residential school in Rochdale linked to the late Sir Cyril Smith allege they were sexually abused.
The wreck of an 18th Century ship off the Northumberland coast is designated a Scheduled Ancient Monument by English Heritage.
Researchers meeting in Berlin have been accused of not paying enough attention to the interests of developing countries.
The Duchess of Cambridge visits a children's hospice in Hamilton, new Zealand, as part of a royal tour with Prince William and her baby son, Prince George.
At least 12 people die in bomb explosions in the eastern Indian state of Chhattisgarh in election-related violence blamed on Maoist rebels.
A six-year-old girl whose mother has terminal cancer is among the children introduced to the Duchess of Cambridge at a New Zealand hospice.
Nurses are finding the political row over the Welsh NHS both "tiresome and demoralising", says the head of the Royal College of Nursing in Wales.
Britain's football leagues must redress the "woeful" lack of facilities for disabled fans, says a government minister.
Dozens of firefighters deal with a blaze at an office block on St Andrew Square in the heart of Edinburgh.
A mother-of-three and her partner appear in court in connection with the seizure of cannabis with an estimated street value of £320,000 in Dunmurry on the outskirts of west Belfast.
Argentina accuses Britain of provocative behaviour by planning to carry out military exercises in the Falkland Islands next week.
A restored steam locomotive believed to be one of the last of its type has made its way from Llangollen to Carmarthen.