MI5 agents are appearing in a US court for the first time to give evidence in the trial of Abid Naseer, wearing wigs and make-up to hide their identities.
Suicide bombings at bus stations in two major commercial centres in northern Nigeria kill at least 27 people, police and hospital sources say.
Police should not have released confidential details to the BBC about a planned search of Sir Cliff Richard's home, a report concludes.
An American woman working as a Christian missionary in central Nigeria has been abducted, the Free Methodist Church USA says.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger welcomes the pressure ahead of the Champions League clash with his former club Monaco.
Masked gunmen in southern Afghanistan abduct 30 ethnic Hazara men who were travelling by bus from neighbouring Iran.
A court in Egypt clears former Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif and former Interior Minister Habib al-Adly of corruption charges at a retrial.
Staging the Qatar 2022 in winter is "the best thing that's ever happened to England", says Phil Neville.
Eurozone finance ministers approve reform proposals submitted by Greece in order to obtain a four-month extension of its bailout.
Toronto Police are asking the public to help identify the purpose of a bunker 10ft (3m) underground found near a Pan-Am Games site.
Lithuania to reintroduce military conscription over concerns for "the geopolitical environment" in the Baltic states, President Dalia Grybauskaite says.
Pee-wee Herman's Big Holiday, produced by Judd Apatow and star Paul Reubens, will begin production in March 2015, streaming service Netflix confirms.
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The heirs to Nazi-era Jewish art dealers are taking legal action in the US against the German state to recover a medieval treasure trove.
A commuter train has derailed after hitting a truck near Oxnard, north of Los Angeles.
A French woman working for an international organisation has been kidnapped in Yemen, the French foreign ministry says.
Heavy guns are being moved away from confrontation lines around the Ukrainian rebel stronghold of Donetsk, the BBC understands.
Lawyers for jailed South African athlete Oscar Pistorius launch a legal bid to prevent prosecutors from appealing against his acquittal on murder charges.
US house prices grew at twice the rate of inflation in 2014 according to the S&P/Case Shiller survey, but it says the recovery is faltering.
Drones are seen flying over several sensitive landmarks in Paris in a night-time mystery that French police say is being taken seriously.