Sepp Blatter is standing for re-election despite calls for him to stand down following an investigation into fraud and money laundering at the top of football's world governing body.
Palestine's football association drops its motion asking for Israel, which it accuses of racism and preventing the free movement of Palestinian athletes, to be suspended from Fifa.
Sales of laughing gas and other legal highs will be banned under new government plans.
Speed boats ferry people to shore from a giant ship hovering off the coast after the ransom is paid - and those who die onboard are simply tipped over the side.
Britain's Serious Fraud Office is actively assessing "material in its possession" relating to Fifa corruption allegations revealed by the FBI this week.
It is fundamental. It is the bedrock of any society claiming to be democratic. And in the Republic of Ireland it has been wiped away at a stroke.
Three of the four candidates to lead Labour are speaking today ahead of the 15 June closing date for nominations. We look at the pitches of Andy Burnham, Liz Kendall, Yvette Cooper and Mary Creagh.
This is the astonishing moment commuters in London lifted a bus to rescue a trapped unicyclist.
More than 130 residents on a remote Japanese island are evacuated and flights diverted after a volcano suddenly erupts on Friday morning.
Many British women who leave to join the Islamic State group are being lured by British jihadi brides already there, according to report on radicalisation.
Facing the loudest calls yet for his resignation, can Sepp Blatter continue his decades-long reign as the head of football's world governing body, Fifa? We take a look at his track record.
Fifa officials and company executives allegedly took $150m in bribes and kickbacks over 24 years. How does that compare to Fifa's spending on making football better?
Embattled Fifa President Sepp Blatter is confronted by Keme Nzerem of Channel 4 News, minutes before giving the opening speech at the Fifa's 65th congress in Zurich.
Some new mothers say the pressure to breastfeed - reinforced by the craze for breastfeeding selfies, or "brelfies" - is making those who feed their children by bottle feel like failures.
Yesterday, the National Hurricane Center issued its eastern Pacific hurricane outlook, saying that there¿s a 70 per cent chance of an above-normal number of storms this year - largely due to El Nino.
Women in a Jewish sect in north London have been told not to drive or face having their children barred from school. They are were told that driving would offend "traditional rules of modesty".
David Cameron begins his whistle-stop tour to meet European leaders, as he begins talks on the "substantive" changes he wants ahead of the UK's referendum on EU membership.
World Cup sponsors express concerns after the US accuses senior officials of football's governing body of fraud and money laundering.