British skier Jade Etherington wins her third medal of the Winter Paralympics with silver in the visually impaired slalom.
The family of former F1 racer Michael Schumacher says he is showing "small, encouraging signs" in his fight for recovery after a skiing accident.
Teams scour seas both sides of the Malaysian peninsula, as a general denies the plane was tracked to the west and Vietnam investigates a possible sighting.
Injury-troubled Australia fast bowler Ryan Harris faces six months out of action following knee surgery.
India's budget airline SpiceJet places an order for 42 of Boeing's 737 MAX aircraft in a deal worth $4.4bn at list prices.
Russia's leaders are refusing all negotiations with their Ukrainian counterparts, Ukraine's acting President Oleksandr Turchynov says.
Schools and offices close, and traffic lights are knocked out, as a major power cut hits the Australian city of Darwin.
In Nigeria, Central Bank governor Lamido Sanusi was suspended after he accused the state oil company, Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC), of failing to account for $20bn in oil revenues.
A man who spent nearly three decades on death row in a Louisiana jail has walked free.
Ukraine's acting President, Oleksandr Turchynov, has called for the creation of a national guard to help defend the country, amid rising tension with Russia over the status of Crimea.
The world wide web needs a bill of rights to protect users from government surveillance, says Sir Tim Berners-Lee, on the 25th anniversary of his invention.
A man who spent more than 25 years on death row in the US state of Louisiana walks free from prison after his 1988 murder conviction is overturned.
Australia's foreign minister says there is "no great demand" to change the national flag, after New Zealand announced a referendum on its flag.
Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific airways posts a 204% increase in profits in 2013 to $335m, as demand for flights to southern China increases.
Three paintings seized by the Nazis have been returned to family members of the original owners in France.
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Shares in Chinese media firm ChinaVision soar over 250% after Alibaba announces it has paid $804m for a controlling stake in the company.
David Cameron is expected to back US efforts to rekindle the Middle East peace process on his first visit to Israel since becoming prime minister.
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