A row has broken out in Sierra Leone over a shipment of Ebola aid materials which has been sitting in Freetown's port for weeks.
A Madrid hospital investigates how a nurse became the first person to contract Ebola outside West Africa, as three more people are quarantined.
Radovan Karadzic has finished giving his final defence arguments at a UN war crimes tribunal at The Hague, saying he expects to be acquitted of all charges.
Global stock markets have been hit by fears over global growth following a run of bad economic news.
The president of the Italian football federation, Carlo Tavecchio, is banned for six months by Uefa for making racist remarks.
Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence says the people who leaked naked photos of her online are guilty of a sex crime.
A photo-sharing app enabling healthcare professionals to view patients' photos is to be launched across western Europe.
The FBI probed threats of violence made against late Manchester United owner Malcolm Glazer and his family, documents reveal.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) lowers its forecast for global economic growth for this year and next, warning the recovery is "weak and uneven".
Islamic State continue their fight for Kobane but coalition airstrikes restrict their advance into the town on the Turkey-Syria border.
A Vietnamese oil tanker with a crew of 18 is missing after leaving Singapore last Thursday, prompting fears that pirates may be to blame.
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A legal ruling that Prince Nasser of Bahrain is immune from prosecution over allegations of torture is quashed in the High Court in London.
A hotelier who opened a string of children's homes in north Wales created a "sexualised atmosphere alongside a culture of fear" as he abused 20 children in his care, a jury has heard.
Former radio DJ Ray Teret raped a 15-year-old girl "acting together" with the late TV presenter Jimmy Savile, a court in Manchester hears.
Islamic State militants extend attacks in the Syria-Turkey border town of Kobane, as US-led air strikes try to aid its Syrian Kurd defenders.
The BBC's Tulip Mazumdar, who has been reporting from Ebola-stricken Sierra Leone, explains how the BBC is covering the crisis safely.
A Franciscan friar and about 20 parishioners have been abducted by jihadist rebels in north-western Syria, the Custody of the Holy Land says.
Andy Murray recovers from a second-set blip against Teymuraz Gabashvili to reach the second round of the Shanghai Masters.
The International Monetary Fund calls for reforms to government bond markets, in part to reduce the risk of repeats of the legal problems that have affected Argentina.