Australia finally break South Africa’s resistance to win the series and send Graeme Smith into retirement with defeat.
Pope Francis strongly defends the record of the Roman Catholic Church on tackling the sexual abuse of children by priests.
A tidal barrage at Bridgwater and dredging on the Somerset Levels form part of a £100m plan to combat flooding in the area, the BBC understands.
Six years after declaring independence, Kosovo’s footballers play their first match at international level, drawing 0-0 with Haiti in a friendly.
Birmingham’s NEC Group is to be sold by the city council, which is facing legal claims over equal pay totalling more than £1bn.
Five soldiers are killed in a shooting in the main military barracks in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, following a dispute over pay, an army spokesman says.
The high-profile trial of al-Jazeera journalists accused of joining or aiding a terrorist organisation – the Muslim Brotherhood – resumes in Egypt.
The foreign ministers of Russia and key Western powers begin talks in Paris to try to resolve the crisis in Ukraine.