The World Trade Organization agrees a historic global deal aimed at boosting commerce, which could add nearly $1tn to the global economy.
Celtic's Neil Lennon criticises fans for flare throwing at Fir Park, where a section of seats is also ripped out.
Tiger Woods equals the course record with a 62 for a two-shot lead from Zach Johnson at the World Challenge in California.
Countdown of the carnage as England collapse to Mitchell Johnson once again in the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
Thousands of people who go on to be diagnosed with cancer are not being referred to specialists quickly enough by GPs, NHS England figures suggest.
England face a second humiliating defeat after Mitchell Johnson sparks a stunning collapse and Australia secure a 530-run lead.
The University of Essex has revealed that beautiful facial features, even in middle age, can help boost success. The study even took IQ and education into account.
Why all kinds of infections thrive in conflict zones
US Olympic champion Lindsey Vonn safely negotiates her first race in 10 months after recovering from injury.
French champions Castres hang on to beat Ospreys in a try-less but compelling match in Pool One.
Tries from Rhys Patchell and Alex Cuthbert help maintain Cardiff Blues' Heineken Cup challenge in victory over Glasgow.
The Duke of York brings start-up companies and potential investors together for some speed dating at Buckingham Palace, Will Smale reports.
BBC Sport picks five must-see moments at next summer's World Cup finals in Brazil
The planet, named HD 106906 b, (mock-up pictured) is 11 times Jupiter’s mass and orbits its star at an incredible 650 times the average Earth-Sun distance.
Celtic sweep aside last season's runners-up, Motherwell, to move eight points clear at the top of the Premiership.
Britain's James Willstrop beats Egypt's Mohamed Elshorbagy in a 122-minute five-game thriller in the Hong Kong Open.
Lizzy Yarnold beaten into second place at World Cup event in Utah during good day for Great Britain's Ssleton team.
There's room for optimism for England at the World Cup, despite the humidity and Suarez's attacking prowess, says chief football writer Phil McNulty