Detectives are investigating three alleged murders as part of an inquiry into historical child abuse involving politicians and establishment figures, as they appeal for information about an apartment block in London.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appears in a US court for the first time since July 2013, ahead of his trial in January.
US authorities have arrested an American in Uganda for allegedly leading a large international counterfeiting ring.
The BBC's Shaimaa Khalil meets Aqif Azeem, a survivor of the Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar, who says the militants "will not defeat us".
At least 28 people are killed in clashes between Muslim and Christian fighters in the Central African Republic.
Has the real war on terror finally started in Pakistan?
The son of the principal who died in the Pakistan school attack says Taliban militants had made a number of threats against the army-run school.
Dozens of Egyptian Islamists accused of torching churches and police stations after the ousting of former President Mohamed Morsi are jailed for up to 15 years.
Italian screen actress Virna Lisi, famed in the 1960s for appearing opposite stars including Frank Sinatra, dies at the age of 78.
The director of Premier Oil says no new North Sea projects are profitable with oil below $60 a barrel and the industry is "close to collapse".
Recent falls in the price of oil are likely to be temporary, says the oil minister for Saudi Arabia, Opec's biggest producing nation.
Switzerland's National Bank will bring in a negative interest rate cutting the value of any money left on deposit in the country.
A draft resolution setting out a Palestinian timetable for a peace deal with Israel is submitted to the UN Security Council by Jordan.
Obesity can constitute a disability if the health effects have an impact on people's working lives, the European Court of Justice rules.
A man accused of masterminding the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, which left 165 people dead. is granted bail by a court in Pakistan.
Borussia Dortmund and Germany winger Marco Reus is fined over half a million pounds for driving without a licence.
An outbreak of the highly contagious disease mumps sweeps through teams in the National Hockey League, with at least five teams affected.
The BBC's Jonah Fisher looks at the back ground to a trial in Myanmar, also known as Burma, in which a New Zealander and two Burmese men are accused of insulting Buddhism.
Footage shows Kenyan MPs trading blows amid a chaotic parliamentary session called to push through a tough new security bill.
President Vladimir Putin seeks to ease fears over Russia's economy, insisting that the dramatic fall in the rouble will stabilise.