Japan's seaweed industry misses out on growth plans
Barcelona are not clear favourites to beat Manchester City and reach the Champions League last eight, says Luis Enrique.
Bethnal Green Academy in east London, which the three missing schoolgirls believed to be heading to Syria to join Islamic State used to attend, has reopened after half term.
Greece will send a list of reforms aimed at securing a bailout extension to EU partners on Tuesday morning, missing a Monday deadline, officials say.
HSBC has said 2014 was a "challenging year" after reporting a 17% fall in profit to $18.7bn, with chief executive Stuart Gulliver seeing his pay drop.
A dozen university students are in hospital after overdosing on "Molly" or MDMA, a popular synthetic party drug, in Connecticut.
A sinkhole has appeared in a suburban part of Naples after a water pipe broke and caused the road to collapse.
Italy and Switzerland have signed a deal to work together on tackling tax evasion.
The Ukrainian military says it cannot start withdrawing heavy weapons from the front line in the east until the rebels stop shelling its positions.
A US court in New York has found the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Palestinian Authority liable for attacks in Israel over 10 years ago.
A Lebanese satirist appears before a prosecutor in Beirut after being accused by the country's top Sunni religious authority of insulting Islam.
A 94-year-old man is charged with more than 3,600 counts of accessory to murder in Germany on allegations he served at Auschwitz.
Human rights experts express concern for the conditions facing migrant workers in Qatar ahead of the World Cup in 2022.
Talks on Iran's nuclear programme will resume in Geneva next week "after some progress was made," Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says.
An orphanage run by a UK charity in Sierra Leone is quarantined after one of its local staff is diagnosed with the deadly Ebola virus.
Prison officials in south Texas are transferring hundreds of inmates after the men took control of the facility and set fires.
Police in the Maldives drag ex-leader Mohamed Nasheed into court to face charges for ordering the arrest of a top judge while still leader.
Kenya's top court throws out key aspects of new anti-terrorism legislation, including clauses that curbed media freedom and capped refugee numbers.
Former ministers Jack Straw and Sir Malcolm Rifkind are suspended from their parliamentary parties after being secretly filmed apparently offering their services to a private company for cash.
Shia rebels in Yemen threaten to arrest and try the prime minister and all members of his cabinet for treason if they refuse to return to work.