Almost 15,000 flights could be delayed after a failure in Europe's air traffic co-ordination system.
Prince Philip is due to undergo planned surgery on his hip, Buckingham Palace says.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is ruled out of Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final first leg at Liverpool with a knee injury.
Statistics show that New York still appears to be more violent than London.
Captain Tim Paine says Australia must improve their "behaviour" after they are thumped by South Africa to lose the controversial series 3-1.
Snapchat users will also now be able to use the '@' sign to tag others.
MP Nadine Dorries talks about why female politicians turn down Have I Got News For You.
Forty-eight children and three teachers from a school in Hampshire were taken to hospital in the US.
A train slams into a lorry stuck on a level crossing in Georgia, US.
Threats were issued in letters and online, but community leaders urge Muslims not to fall victim to scaremongering.
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More than 4,500 athletes from 71 nations and territories will compete for 275 gold medals at the 21st Commonwealth Games.
Paralympian Nikki Emerson says airline staff said she would "upset other passengers" by making her own way to the toilet after being asked to wait an hour.
The Swedish music streaming business is on track for a new phase of its development.
Motion and heart rate data from a smartwatch has been presented in court as part of a murder trial.
A picture of two young men in Ukraine has people arguing over freedom and masculinity in the country.
Maj Robert Campbell says he has already been investigated seven times over the 2003 death of Saeed Shabram.
Liverpool centre-back Joel Matip is set to miss the rest of the season as the club say he is "likely to require an operation on a thigh injury".
Scarlets coach Wayne Pivac holds informal talks with the Welsh Rugby Union about succeeding Wales coach Warren Gatland in 2019.
More than a million breakdown customers were not given proper information about policy renewals