Sepp Blatter is re-elected for a fifth term as Fifa president.
Sepp Blatter admits the Fifa scandal has brought shame and humiliation to football.
American prosecutors describe alleged corruption at Fifa as the 'World Cup of fraud'.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Tony Livesey and Anna Foster.
Thames Valley Police say they have found the body of 21-year-old Jed Allen.
David Cameron says he's confident he can get a better deal for the UK in the EU.
David Cameron announces plans to get tough on illegal immigration.
Barclays and RBS are fined for manipulating the foreign exchange markets.
Prince Charles shakes hands with Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams.
A nurse is found guilty of murdering two patients and poisoning 20 others.
Nigel Farage faces calls to step down as UKIP leader.
Private letters from the Prince of Wales to the Labour government are finally published.
Another strong earthquake strikes Nepal.
The new cabinet, David Miliband on Labour and over-enthusiastic sports celebrations.
Millions of people go to the polls in the general election.
It's the final day of campaigning ahead of the general election.
The party leaders tour the country in a late bid to convince undecided voters.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announce the name of their baby daughter.
Rescuers in Nepal find another survivor five days after the earthquake struck.
The Nepalese government is criticised over its response to the country's earthquake.
Three days of national mourning are declared in Nepal following the earthquake.
The government announces plans to send aid to Nepal as the number of dead passes 4,000.
Labour and the Conservatives clash over the Mediterranean migrant crisis.
EU leaders hold an emergency summit to discuss the Mediterranean refugee crisis.
Pressure mounts for the EU to take action over the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean.
David Cameron says Britain will help boost search and rescue efforts in the Mediterranean.
Two more boats packed with migrants are in trouble in the Mediterranean.