Libya’s fugitive leader Muammar Gaddafi says he is ready for a “long war”, as anti-Gaddafi authorities are urged to seek reconciliation.
Ministers are planning draft emergency measures to relocate terror suspects – less than a year after pledging to scrap a similar power.
Anti-Gaddafi officials in Libya extend a deadline for loyalists to surrender in the city of Sirte, allowing another week of negotiations.
Dai Greene wins Britain’s first gold medal of the World Athletics Championships in Daegu in the men’s 400m hurdles as Hannah England wins women’s 1500m silver.
Pakistan blames India for the deaths of three of its soldiers in firing across the line of control in Kashmir, a charge India denies.
Leading retailers and chemists are calling for a rethink about the carrier bag charge in Wales, a month before it is introduced.
A row breaks out between Wikileaks and one of the newspapers it collaborated with to leak US diplomatic cables.
Alterations to bus routes and the relocation of bus stops in Belfast city centre are put into operation.