Forecasters say that the weather pattern known as El Nino has been forming and could cause a "substantial weather event".
The coroner at an inquest into the death of two children from carbon monoxide poisoning in Corfu says conclusion must be unlawful killing.
An investigation by Russian opposition activists concludes that 220 Russian soldiers died in two major battles in eastern Ukraine.
A housing estate in Toxteth and an opera inspired by the violence of cartoons are among the works shortlisted for 2015's Turner Prize.
US telecoms giant Verizon says it will buy internet firm AOL in a deal worth $4.4bn.
The latest earthquake in Nepal triggers a landslide in Dhunche near the country's border with China.
Chad's President Idriss Deby says fight against Boko Haram militants is being hampered by poor co-ordination between his country and Nigeria.
A senior Labour MSP warns the party is heading for "disappearance" in Scotland unless Jim Murphy quits as leader.
A new law giving Wales more powers is unlikely to be in UK ministers' plans for their first year in office, BBC Wales understands.
Australia's budget deficit for the 2015-16 financial year is estimated to reach A$35.1bn, below expectations of about A$41bn.
Kevin Pietersen will not be selected for England this summer because of a "massive trust issue", according to Andrew Strauss.
Network Rail workers have voted in favour of a UK-wide strike in a row over pay, the Rail, Maritime and Transport union says.
Tougher measures are needed to tackle the high rates of alcohol consumption in the UK, according to a leading international body.
The funeral of BBC Radio Derby presenter Colin Bloomfield, who died of cancer aged 33, takes place.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation appeals for information on a north Wales man who has been charged with the kidnap and rape of a 10-year-old girl in the US.
Director of cricket Andrew Strauss says there is no trust between Kevin Pietersen and the England Cricket Board (ECB) as it is announced Pietersen will not play for the country again.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is to meet Vladimir Putin during his first visit to Russia since the crisis in Ukraine began in early 2014.
A man accused of plotting an Anders Breivik-style massacre wanted to "put a bullet" in Prince Charles' head, a court has heard.
Perth and Kinross councillors give the green light to plans to move the T in the Park festival to Strathallan.
The appointment of John Whittingdale as Secretary of State for Culture has been met with some fairly bold headlines - but does it spell disaster for the BBC.