The parents of a five-year-old boy who was taken from hospital against medical advice arrive at Spain's High Court for an extradition hearing.
Ukrainian troops abandon the airport of Luhansk after clashes with pro-Russian rebels, ahead of negotiations on the crisis.
Manchester United agree to sign Colombia striker Radamel Falcao on loan, as clubs scramble to attract new players before tonight's transfer deadline.
Teaching of a "tough" new national curriculum begins in England as children return to school this week.
Negotiations between Conservatives and Lib Dems are continuing ahead of the unveiling of a new plan to tackle the threat of Islamist extremists.
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists disrupt a speech by a Beijing official, a day after China ruled out a direct leadership election in 2017.
Pakistan's national television channel is back on air after security forces remove anti-government protesters from its headquarters in Islamabad.
New research estimates greenhouse gases from food production will go up 80% if meat and dairy consumption continues to rise at its current rate.
Conservative MP for Dudley South Chris Kelly announces he will stand down at the 2015 general election after one term.
High-powered hairdryers are on a list of household electrical items the EU is considering banning in an attempt to curb energy consumption.
A man and a woman killed in an explosion in Cumbria on Saturday were fireworks technicians preparing a wedding party display, the fire brigade says.
Naked pictures of celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence are posted online but some stars claim the photos are fake.
The BBC's meets Chibatman - a Japanese man who dresses as Batman to make Japanese people smile and who has become an internet sensation.
The US Space Agency Nasa has released new footage showing a series of powerful solar flares.
Why Chinese couples are queuing up to put on waterproof make-up and get their wedding pictures taken underwater.
Ceremonies are being held in the village of Nery in northern France, 100 years to the day since a British cavalry unit held the line against advancing German forces that outnumbered them four to one.
The use of gadgets to prevent passengers putting their seat back has lead to mid-air arguments, should airlines allow them to go back at all?
Comedian Peter Kay hosted the big switch-on of the Blackpool Illuminations
Inside Out goes to the lab to investigate what is in e-cigarettes while we unwrap the arguments surrounding them.
The discovery of new unpublished chapters reveals author Roald Dahl planned to include more children in his classic children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory but dropped them from the final version.
In a mixed bag of headlines for Monday's press, the challenge to David Cameron's EU policy from the Tories' Eurosceptic wing makes many papers.
The BBC unveils plans to support England's computer coding curriculum with a new section of its Bitesize learning site and tech-themed TV shows.
The War Horse Ride - commemorating the part played by British and French cavalry during World War One - is due to end in the French town of Nery.
Andy Murray faces a key few days in his bid to rejoin the title contenders, says tennis correspondent Russell Fuller.
Former European captain Bernard Gallacher says his nephew Stephen should be named as a Ryder Cup wild card in this month's event.
From falling asleep at the airport to paying over the odds, we look at five transfers with more than a hint of panic about them.
Dame Sarah Storey and Lora Turnham and Corrine Hall win golds for GB at the Para-Cycling Road World Championships.
Track all of the confirmed signings as they happen in England, Scotland and across Europe.
Activity in the UK's manufacturing sector grew at its slowest pace for 14 months in August, a survey finds, while a separate study also suggests a slowdown.
Dave Lewis is taking over as chief executive of Tesco a month earlier than planned. Retail analyst Steve Dresser considers what he needs to do for the company.