US President Barack Obama signs an order authorising sanctions against anyone aggravating the conflict in South Sudan.
An exhibit of paintings of world leaders by former US President George W Bush is to open at his presidential library in Texas.
A man found dead in the basement area of an Edinburgh pub was a 46-year-old off-duty firefighter, it emerges.
A Florida apartment concierge who mistook the dead body of a 96-year-old resident for a mannequin has been fired, local media report.
Broadcaster Sandi Toksvig and BBC cameraman Darren Conway are among those to receive honours from Prince Charles at an investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Video footage emerges of what some people have claimed is a meteorite falling to Earth and narrowly missing a skydiver.
Iestyn Harris is the new head coach of Salford Red Devils, with Brian Noble offered a director of football role.
An analysis has found that only 20% of high street stores are vacant - a lower rate than that for shopping centres or retail parks.
The Princess Royal says gassing could be the most humane way to cull the badger population; the government says the method is being investigated.
The main railway line through Dawlish reopens to passengers after part of the track was destroyed during winter storms.
The public are split down the middle on whether Britain should leave the EU, a BBC/Populus poll suggests.
The Independent MSP Margo MacDonald, who was suffering from Parkinson's disease, has died.
Film critic Mark Kermode reviews the week's new film releases, including Biblical blockbuster Noah and Dostoyevsky adaptation The Double.
Gassing is the most humane way to cull badgers to reduce the spread of TB to cattle, the Princess Royal has said.
Italy lead Great Britain 1-0 in the Davis Cup quarter-final, with Andy Murray a set up on Andreas Seppi as bad light halts play.
The Archbishop of Canterbury says the Church of England accepting same sex marriage could lead to violence against Christians in other countries.
Bretons kiss each other only once on the cheek, and more nuggets from the week's news.
Major Tim Peake is due to begin his visit the International Space Station to carrying out scientific experiments at the end of 2015.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson takes a "long-term teaching position" at Harvard University.
David Cameron rejects criticism of Culture Secretary Maria Miller's apology to Parliament over her expenses, after Labour says the PM let her "off the hook".