The number of migrants being rescued from boats in the Mediterranean is set to reach record levels this weekend.
Sepp Blatter insists he has no concerns about being arrested over any corruption investigation and that he will be personally visiting sponsors to reassure them that Fifa's reputation is sound.
Addicts in Bucharest shoot up as many as 30 times a day. Paraic O'Brien went to meet the death metal drummer who is trying to stem Romania's drugs and HIV epidemic.
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.
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.
More than 130 residents on a remote Japanese island are evacuated and flights diverted after a volcano suddenly erupts on Friday morning.
Sepp Blatter will remain in place as Fifa president, in the midst of a corruption scandal, after his challenger Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein pulled out in the second round.
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.