BBC News Feed: Could Australia's migrant policy work in Europe?
As thousands of migrants drown trying to make their way to Europe, Owen Bennett-Jones asks if Australia's tough approach to unauthorised migrants could work in the EU.
BBC News Feed: Burundi police tear-gas protesters
Police in Burundi fire tear gas at activists protesting against President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to run for a third term in office.
BBC News Feed: Sturridge doubt for rest of season
Injured Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge may not play again before the end of the season, says boss Brendan Rodgers.
BBC News Feed: Pontypridd murder accused in court
A man appears in court charged with murdering a woman whose body was found dismembered in Pontypridd
BBC News Feed: Israel 'kills militants' in Golan
An Israeli air strike has killed four militants armed with a bomb along the Israeli-Syrian frontier in the Golan Heights, the Israeli military says.
BBC News Feed: Penny Dreadful, Sherlock win Baftas
Supernatural horror Penny Dreadful wins three Bafta Television Craft Awards, while BBC One's Sherlock wins two and Mackenzie Crook wins his first Bafta.
BBC News Feed: Wimbledon outlaws selfie sticks
The All England Lawn Tennis Club warns selfie sticks will not be allowed into this year's Wimbledon Championships.
BBC News Feed: Gay row health minister resigns
Northern Ireland health minister Jim Wells, who caused controversy with remarks linking same-sex relationships to child abuse, says he has resigned to help his wife "during her fight for life".
BBC News Feed: Nepal quake toll rises above 3,000
At least 3,617 people are now known to have died in a massive earthquake which hit Nepal on Saturday, police say.
BBC News Feed: London Marathon woman keeps running
A woman from East Sussex who ran the London Marathon is following it with another seven 26.2-mile runs in a week.