National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
France deploys 120 extra police officers, to try to deal with the crisis.
Lord Sewel has become the first peer to stand down since new rules were introduced.
Police are investigating the peer Lord Sewell over allegations of drug-related offences.
Peer filmed apparently taking drugs with prostitutes; Syrian army short of troops
Obama warns Kenya on corruption and gay rights. Kurdish rebels say Turkey ceasefire over.
Six men found guilty of repeatedly abusing two schoolgirls over several years
Recriminations in the Labour leadership contest have intensified
The former Prime Minister Tony Blair says Labour has "rediscovered losing".
George Osborne tells some government departments to prepare for large budget cuts.
PM announces plans to tackle extremism; and FIFA reveals plans for reforms
Cameron accused of making up Syria policy "on the hoof"
Family pay tribute to 79 year old stabbed to death after minor car crash
David Cameron under pressure to explain why British pilots have bombed targets in Syria
Health Secretary warns consultants in England they must adopt 7 day working.
Labour and the Unions condemn government plans to tighten rules on industrial action.
A deal has been agreed on Iran's nuclear programme, in return for a lifting of sanctions
Greece is offered a third bailout - in exchange for tough austerity measures.
Eurozone leaders say Greece must pass new austerity laws before talks on third bailout
Eurozone ministers deciding whether to authorise a third bailout for Greece.
British tourists return from Tunisia amid warnings of another terrorist attack.
The IFS says changes to benefits in the Budget will mean millions of families worse off.
Osborne uses first Tory budget since 1996 to soften austerity promised before election
Bombing remembrance services held; Greece's creditors say no fresh deal proposals made