A Greek fighter jet that crashed in Spain on Monday, killing 11, had suffered a technical fault during takeoff, the French military says.
More details emerge from the AirAsia Flight QZ8501 flight recorder, including evidence the French co-pilot was controlling the plane before it crashed.
Britain's Andy Lapthorne wins his fourth Australian Open quad wheelchair doubles title, partnering American David Wagner.
Myanmar's government agrees to hold talks with students over an education bill, following a rare protest march.
Pop star Taylor Swift trademarks a number of phrases, including "this sick beat" and "we never go out of style", it is revealed.
One man is killed and two others are injured on the set of Martin Scorsese's latest film set in Taiwan.
Panama's Supreme Court says it will investigate former President Ricardo Martinelli over allegations of corruption during his time in office.
The Cuban President, Raul Castro, has urged President Obama to use his executive powers to bypass the US economic embargo on Cuba.
Former Glasgow Govan MP Mohammad Sarwar resigns as governor of Punjab in Pakistan two days after criticising the country's federal government.
Australian author Colleen McCullough, best known for her novel The Thorn Birds, dies aged 77.
Indian anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare is to launch a campaign against the government, three years after his hunger strike drew global attention.
The US has been measles-free for 15 years but there has been a new outbreak, which started at Disneyland in California.
Star Wars fan Craig Stevens has sold his Star Wars collection at auction, including a rare Boba Fett figure which sold for £18,000
Satellite images indicate North Korea may be trying to restart a nuclear reactor used to produce fuel for atomic weapons, a US think tank says.
Scores of England's top private schools are expecting to be at the bottom of the secondary school league tables, following confusion over International GCSEs.
An inquest into the Sydney siege hears that one hostage was killed by police fire as they stormed the cafe after the gunman killed the manager.
Japan says it is investigating a purported new voice recording of hostage Kenji Goto, who is being held by Islamic State.
Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who died in unexplained circumstances, borrowed a gun as he feared for his security, a colleague says.
Turkish singer who kept his trousers backstage
Real Madrid to get David De Gea on a free, Liverpool eye Ruben Neves, West Ham target Swansea's Gomez, plus more.