Why Karachi's most powerful party is feeling the heat
Rupert Wingfield-Hayes looks at the site of the Battle of Iwo Jima, 70 years after American forces landed there.
The new Uruguayan government announces it will no longer accept detainees from the Guantanamo Bay detention centre.
Colombia's search for an elusive drug lord
Scientists in central Australia discover what they say is a 400km-wide underground asteroid crater - the largest impact area ever found.
David Cameron tells the BBC he will not serve a third term as prime minister if the Conservatives remain in government after the general election.
Liverpool and Chelsea want Radamel Falcao, Man City mull Cristiano Ronaldo bid, Man Utd in Gareth Bale race, plus more.
Utah will resume the use of firing squads to carry out the death penalty when lethal injections drugs are not available.
The Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, and the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, have struck more conciliatory tones during his visit.
Yemen's foreign ministry calls for Gulf Arab states to intervene, with the UN warning that the country is on the brink of civil war.
Striker Daniel Sturridge will miss England's Euro 2016 qualifier with Lithuania on Friday with a hip injury.
At least 36 people are killed and 70 injured in Peru as a bus careers into the wrong lane and is hit by three oncoming vehicles.
David Shukman looks at work being done at the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics, as the government pushes for more investment and co-operation in the field.
Paris has imposed drastic measures on drivers to cut pollution and according to the city authorities, they are working.
Greek and German leaders strike conciliatory tones, but remain vague on how to prevent Athens from running out of money.
A New Orleans judge has said Robert Durst, the millionaire awaiting extradition to Los Angles to stand trial on a murder charge, is a danger to others and a flight risk.
Republican Ted Cruz vows to "reignite the promise of America" as he makes individual liberty the key theme of his White House campaign announcement.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says sorry for warning that "the Arabs are voting in droves" during the election campaign.
The FA announces proposals to restrict the number of non-EU players in English football and toughen rules on home-grown talent.
Charlottesville, Virginia, police have said an investigation has produced no evidence a gang rape portrayed in a Rolling Stone article occurred.