Akbar Hossain reports from the site in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, where attackers hacked to death a US-Bangladeshi blogger, Avijit Roy.
Hull City are fined by governing body Uefa for breaching Financial Fair Play rules but Liverpool are cleared.
A popular Rwandan singer is jailed for 10 years after being convicted of planning to kill President Kagame and inciting hatred against the government.
Authorities in Spain arrest eight people accused of travelling to eastern Ukraine to fight alongside pro-Russian rebels.
Footage shows a 20-minute journey by boat, speeded up to just under one minute, on the frozen Hudson river in New York.
Attorney General Eric Holder says he will try to change the standard needed to bring federal civil rights cases in his last few weeks in the job.
Anxious times as Mariupol awaits the arrival of pro-Russian rebels
The prime minister defends the security services amid criticisms they failed to stop the Islamic State militant known as "Jihadi John" from travelling to Syria.
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The Ukrainian army is using the current truce to "rearm and re-group", says the BBC's Paul Wood from the village of Peski, near Donetsk airport.
A South African girl has been found 17 years after she was stolen from her mother shortly after being born in a Cape Town hospital.
A US-Bangladeshi blogger whose campaigning for a secular society in Bangladesh angered Islamists is hacked to death on a street in the capital Dhaka.
US markets open lower on Friday after GDP is revised down to an annualised 2.2% for the last three months of 2014.
Turkish court fines a man for "emotional violence" for telling his wife he doesn't love her.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe admits failures in the country's controversial land reform programme, saying some farms were "too big".
Teenagers and young adults are at risk of permanent hearing loss by listening to music "too much, too loud", the World Health Organization says.
Prince William continues his visit to Japan, lunching with the Japanese Emperor Akihito, as Peter Hunt reports from Tokyo.
Ed Miliband says £9,000 tuition fees in England have been a "disaster" and promises Labour would fund a reduction by cutting tax relief on high earners' pensions.
Lloyds Banking Group confirms that it will resume paying dividends to shareholders for the first time since the financial crisis in 2008.
Ukraine's president says a "military threat from the east" will remain even if a truce with rebels holds, a warning seen as a reference to Russia.