The US and UN condemn the shelling of a UN school housing civilians in Gaza, as Palestinians say Israeli attacks kill more than 100 in the day.
Nato is poorly prepared for an attack on a member state by Russia, a group of MPs warns in a report.
Argentina and the so-called "hold-out" investors fail to reach an agreement at last-ditch talks, pushing the country towards a default.
Offenders convicted of alcohol-related crimes will have to wear ankle tags to monitor whether they are still drinking, under a new pilot scheme.
The G7 group of economic powers warns President Putin of further sanctions after Russia called new US and EU penalties "destructive and short-sighted".
Manchester United's US owners will pocket about $150 million by selling more of their shares in the club on the New York Stock Exchange.
A devastating fire tears through Eastbourne Pier, leaving the structure an "absolute red, molten, mess of flame and smoke".
BBC Radio 6 Music listening figures surpass BBC Radio 3 for the first time with 1.89m weekly listeners.
Nursery school teachers should be given the same status and pay as those in primary school, the Pre-School Learning Alliance says.
The Ebola virus poses a threat to the UK but health services here have the experience to deal with it, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond says.
People are being urged to take out the tape measure to assess their risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The US House of Representatives has passed a resolution authorising a lawsuit against the president - unprecedented in US history - for exceeding his powers.
The government launches the first nationwide campaign aimed at raising awareness of people working in slavery in the UK.
Drug-resistant malaria is spreading in South East Asia, and has now reached the Cambodia-Thailand border, according to a study.
Users of the "dark net" service Tor who visited hidden websites may have had their identities revealed by a five-month long cyber-attack.
Engineers take a step towards having machines that can operate even when they are damaged by developing a robot that can teach itself to walk, even with a broken leg.
Claims that the PM wants to raise the threshold at which people pay the 40p income tax rate lead some papers, while many feature images of Eastbourne's pier ablaze.
A US vehicle passenger is "shaken up" after an axe flew off the back of a lorry on a motorway and crashed midway through a windshield, police say.
A deep-sea octopus has been observed nursing her eggs for more than four years - the longest brooding time seen in any animal.
Greg Rutherford adds Commonwealth gold to his Olympics long jump title as England move top of the medal table in Glasgow.
Everton sign Belgian World Cup striker Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea for a club record fee of £28m.
Ronny Deila suffers a nightmare first loss as Celtic boss with a heavy defeat by Legia Warsaw in the Champions League qualifiers.
England move closer to levelling the series against India with another dominant display on day four of the third Test.
England's Max Whitlock and Claudia Fragapane both win their second gold medals in Glasgow in the all-around competitions.
Military historian Andy Robertshaw talks through the uniform worn by soldiers in the British Expeditionary Force at the start of World War One.
The Louvre in Paris has called in pest controllers after an infestation of rats was spotted in the gallery's gardens.
In his book Tiki Pop, Sven Kirsten describes how Tiki bars and cocktails became a welcome escape for Americans in the 1950s and 1960s.
The BBC's Jon Ironmonger uncovers the science behind the UK's driverless cars.
Global Health Correspondent Tulip Mazumdar takes a look around a makeshift laboratory trying to battle the Ebola outbreak in Guinea.
The Norfolk Broads will soon be available for virtual navigation thanks to a novel aquatic equivalent of Google's Streetview technology