India's Supreme Court overturns a 2009 ruling and upholds a law criminalising gay sex, in a move seen as a major blow to gay rights.
Health chiefs suspend a specialist liver surgeon linked to the "avoidable deaths" of eight patients he operated on in Cardiff.
The late Victorians and the Edwardians lived through a bold age of innovation which altered life at home in profound ways - sometimes not for the best.
Flights have been cancelled and delayed at London's Heathrow due to fog, the airport confirms.
Plans to downgrade the A&E department in one of the three general hospitals in north Wales are being considered, BBC Wales has learned.
Wicketkeeper Matt Prior says England must "come out fighting" and not "sulk" if they are to turn around the Ashes series.
Holden, a subsidiary of General Motors, says it will stop making cars in Australia by the end of 2017, with almost 2,900 jobs to go.
Details of a year-long international festival celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of poet Dylan Thomas are to be unveiled.
The body of Nelson Mandela arrives at the main government building in Pretoria, where it will lie in state for three days.
The UK will aim to double annual funding for dementia research to £132m by 2025, up from the 2015 target of £66m, the prime minister says.
The minister for education is challenged to produce survey of pupils who cross the border to go to school.
The assembly's health committee will hear evidence from those leading inquiries into the abuse of young people in Northern Ireland.
A fire in a farmers' market in south China's Shenzhen kills 16 people and injures at least three, officials say.
A soldier injured in battle says he is determined to make a success of his new life with a bionic arm he can control with his thoughts.
Two rare films from Peter Sellers' early career will be shown in public for the first time in 50 years, at the 2014 Southend Film Festival.
A soldier injured in battle is believed to be the first person in the UK to control a bionic arm with his mind.
An image of US President Barack Obama posing for a mobile phone snap with Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt and the UK's David Cameron makes waves.
Thousands of police have moved on a large protest camp near Independence Square in the centre of the Ukrainian capital Kiev.
India's top court is due to rule on decriminalising gay sex in a country where many regard same-sex relationships as illegitimate.