Ninety-six years after they were killed in action, the remains of Lt John Pritchard and Pte Christopher Elphick have been laid to rest at a military cemetery near where they fell, in northern France.
The case for an independent Scotland retaining the pound in a currency pact with the rest of the UK is not clear, according to Treasury analysis.
A former Dutch foreign ministry worker is jailed for 12 years for passing hundreds of sensitive political and military documents to Russia.
The EU Commission tries to reassure France that European cinema and other arts will not be undermined by an EU free trade deal with the US.
Tehran denies any links to al-Qaeda after Canada arrests two men it says were planning to derail a train with support from militant elements in Iran.
BBC's Mark Doyle speaks to The Ahmed Silanyo, President, self-declared, of Somaliland, about relations with its troubled neighbour, Somalia.
BBC One controller Danny Cohen is to be the new director of television, director general Tony Hall says.
Mario Gotze is set to become the most expensive German player of all time after Bayern Munich announced he will join them this summer.
The French foreign minister has strongly condemned an apparent car bomb explosion outside the country's embassy in the Libyan capital, Tripoli.
Russia's Caucasus region has been beset by conflict since the 1990s, and faces an ongoing Islamist insurgency today. Was it also linked to the Boston bombing?
Nokia has won a case calling for HTC to stop using microphone technology developed by the Finnish phone maker.
A toxic slimming drug should be made illegal, say the family of a medical student who died after taking it alongside antidepressants.
The wife of jailed Chinese Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo makes a rare appearance outside house arrest as her brother goes on trial for fraud in Beijing.
The UK government borrowed £120.6bn in the financial year to April 2013, slightly lower than the amount it borrowed the previous year.
Spanish police arrest two North African suspects thought to be militants linked to al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
A jury made of six men and six women are selected to hear a wrongful death case brought against promoters AEG by the late singer's family.
South Korea probes a threatening letter and powder - now known to be flour - sent to its defence minister, amid warnings of a fourth nuclear test by Pyongyang.
A film installation celebrating quotes from Nelson Mandela is taking over the electronic billboards in New York as part of the Tribeca film festival.
Goldman Sachs boss Lloyd Blankfein says the UK must stick with its austerity plan or face a negative reaction from global investors.
Canada's authorities charge two people with conspiring to carry out an "al-Qaeda linked" attack on a passenger train in the Toronto area.