Israel and Hamas agree to a 12-hour humanitarian window in Gaza on Saturday, as international efforts continue to negotiate a seven-day ceasefire.
A group of local councils in England is formally asking the government for new powers to tax large supermarkets, a plan dubbed the "Tesco tax".
A judge is being investigated after being accused of falling asleep during a child rape trial at Manchester Crown Court.
Russia's foreign ministry rejects accusations from the US that its troops have been firing on Ukrainian soldiers from within Russia.
President Obama says undocumented immigrant children without legal claims to be in the US will be sent home, as he meets Central American leaders.
There are no survivors from the Air Algerie AH5017 passenger jet that crashed in Mali, says the French President, Francois Hollande.
Ed Miliband hits back at critics of his image and leadership style, insisting voters want "big ideas" not photo opportunities.
The family of a dying man shocked back to life 31 times after hospital staff failed to remove his defibrillator implant, says his wish for a dignified death was "cruelly taken away".
Ex-Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis faces a retrial in September over sexual abuse allegations and a new count of indecent assault.
US retailer Destination Maternity withdraws a takeover offer for Mothercare, saying it was clear shareholders wanted a "significant increase" in the offer.
Lightning strikes cause "major disruption" to rail services in England and south Wales.
Thousands of ticket-holders are left disappointed as "immersive" outdoor screenings of Back To The Future are cancelled by organiser Secret Cinema.
Actress Eleanor Bron becomes the latest cast member of Radio 4's rural drama series The Archers, playing a character who first appeared in it 60 years ago.
An estimated 100,000 people lined Liverpool's streets to welcome three giant marionettes which tell the story of the city during World War One.
Different trends affecting the housing market are reported on some of Saturday's front pages, while the papers report positive economic news.
Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber has advised aspiring musicians to avoid music competitions because "they are fixed".
In the last eight months alone, nearly 60,000 children have crossed the border illegally into the United States, in the hope of a better life.
A new exhibition exploring the revolutionary work of Russian artist Kazimir Malevich on display at London’s Tate Modern.
SUP yoga, or stand up paddleboard yoga, involves most of the moves of normal yoga, but is done on a paddleboard in the water.
Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker more than 30 years ago, has said it feels like an "unexpected gift" to be back on a Star Wars set.
The Black Cultural Archives has opened its new permanent home in the heart of Brixton after a £7m redevelopment.
The BBC's Wendy Hurrell takes a look back at Tony Blackburn's 50 year broadcasting career.
The authorities is Delhi are piloting water dispensing machines to bring clean water to residents.
Chelsea re-sign veteran striker Didier Drogba on a one-year deal after the Ivorian left Galatasaray.
Arsenal are close to completing the signing of Southampton defender Calum Chambers for a fee of about £16m.
Scotland win three swimming golds at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, but what happened to poster boy Michael Jamieson?
England's Joanna Rowsell wins gold in the Commonwealth individual pursuit but Jason Kenny has to settle for sprint silver.
Steve Way, 40, will compete for England at the Commonwealth Games, despite only taking up running in 2007.
The UK economy grew 0.8% in the second quarter and has now recovered the ground lost since the downturn began in 2008, according to official figures.
The BBC's Sameer Hashmi talks to the woman behind the successful Bollywood blog MissMalini.com.