Arsenal are willing to let England midfielder Jack Wilshere go out on loan to get first-team football.
A prototype racing car, testing self-driving technology for the forthcoming Roborace contest, takes a lap around Donington Park's circuit.
Twins Rosie and Ruby Formosa, who were born conjoined and had an operation to separate them, are preparing to start school.
A car driven by a suicide bomber explodes after ramming the gates of the Chinese embassy in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek, officials say.
A New Zealand judge allows internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom to livestream his appeal against extradition to the US on YouTube.
Thirty years ago, India discovered the dreaded HIV virus had reached its shores when blood samples from six sex workers tested positive.
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Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart leaves England training to have a medical at Torino with a loan move edging closer.
About 6,500 migrants rescued in large operation off the coast of Libya, Italian coast guard says
New evidence suggests that the famous fossilised human ancestor dubbed 'Lucy' by scientists may have died falling from a great height - probably from a tree.
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About 6,500 migrants have been rescued off Libya in 40 co-ordinated missions, the Italian coastguard has said.
A British man who was injured trying to save a fellow backpacker as she was stabbed to death in Australia has died, Queensland Police says.
Novak Djokovic beats Poland's Jerzy Janowicz at the US Open - despite the Serb requiring treatment to his arm.
After a year of asking CEOs to reveal their advice for success, BBC News looks at the role of gender in business mentoring.
Uganda's government is being accused of caring more about gorilla tourism than Batwa pygmies, write Tommy Trenchard and Aurelie Marrier d'Unienville.
The BBC's Nick Higham looks back at the career of actor Gene Wilder, who has died at the age of 83.
US rapper and activist Che "Rhymefest" Smith invites Donald Trump to Chicago to counter the Republican presidential nominee's bleak picture of the city.
John Lennon's killer Mark Chapman is denied parole for a ninth time because of the "premeditated and celebrity seeking nature of the crime".
Britain's Kyle Edmund beats 13th seed Richard Gasquet to claim the best win of his career and reach round two of the US Open.
Monsoon floods in the Ganges river have broken previous records in four locations in northern India, officials tell the BBC
South Africa has the highest reported rate of babies born with foetal alcohol syndrome - Nomsa Maseko reports from the Western Cape.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd is due to meet her French counterpart in Paris later, amid calls for British border controls in Calais to be reviewed.
An Aboriginal mother has posted photos of her daughter dressed in 'whiteface' to highlight the "double standards" inflaming racial debates in Australia.
At least 60 people are now known to have been killed in Yemen by a suicide bomber, who drove a car into a military building in the city of Aden.
In a marathon political chess game Spain's acting Prime Minister Rajoy looks set to fail again to form a government, James Badcock reports.
Mexico's federal police chief, Enrique Galindo, has been sacked following allegations police killed at least 22 suspected members of a drugs cartel.
Apple could be ordered to pay billions of euros in back taxes in the Republic of Ireland under a European Union ruling expected on Tuesday.
US actor Gene Wilder, remembered by many for his namesake role in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, dies aged 83, his family confirms.
Researchers at Stanford University have designed a unique bird tunnel to observe how tiny birds fly.