Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he wants to rest key players for Sunday's Premier League trip to leaders Liverpool.
Manchester United fans from India, Kenya and Singapore and Brazil give their reaction to the sacking of David Moyes as club manager.
Four-time champion John Higgins is out of the World Snooker Championship after a 10-7 first-round defeat by Alan McManus.
Heavily armed men have set fire to 34 buses in a Sao Paulo suburb and held employees hostage.
Islamist militants in Mali say French hostage Gilberto Rodrigues Leal, who was kidnapped in 2012, is dead.
Three people are charged with offences after a number of flags and banners were damaged at the loyalist protest camp at Twaddell Avenue, north Belfast.
BBC Sport's Robbie Savage unveils his action plan to make the Red Devils a domestic and European force once again
Chelsea captain John Terry and goalkeeper Petr Cech will miss the rest of the domestic season with injuries suffered in Madrid.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has made his first speech against Scottish independence, as part of the Better Together campaign.
Obama's Asia tour is all about China, says Carrie Gracie
Philippa Lowthorpe, the director of new BBC period drama Jamaica Inn, admits there was ''a sound issue'' with the programme, which sparked more than 100 complaints by viewers struggling to understand what the actors were saying.
Chelsea hold Atletico Madrid to a goalless draw in Spain to leave their two-legged Champions League semi-final evenly poised.
Schoolchildren should sometimes be served lunch in pubs to give them "really good quality food" and ensure licensed premises are viewed in a "positive way", a minister says.
Andy Coulson tells the phone-hacking trial he "rubber-stamped" a payment to a police officer despite being warned it could result in criminal charges.
Business Secretary Vince Cable talks to BBC Business Editor Kamal Ahmed about his warning to FTSE 100 companies on executive pay
Two men are arrested after thousands of litres of diesel, believed to have been stolen from an Esso pipeline, are discovered by police.
Ukraine's acting president orders the relaunch of military operations in the east after two men, one a local politician, are found allegedly tortured to death.
Edinburgh City Council receives the report into Mortonhall Crematorium where babies remains were disposed of without their parents' knowledge.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage predicts "an earthquake" in politics if his party wins the European elections.
Manchester United begin their search for a successor to David Moyes but temporary boss Ryan Giggs is not under consideration to be the next full-time manager.