Regulators are to investigate firms running 30 million old financial policies - including pensions and endowments - worth £150bn over fears customers are subjected to "unfair" conditions.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe may not go to an EU-Africa summit because his wife has not been provided with a visa, officials in Harare say.
Smartphone maker Blackberry reports a loss of $5.9bn for its latest financial year, but says it is on "a path to returning to growth and profitability".
Poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy leads a group of writers and actors protesting against new prison rules stopping people sending books to inmates.
New Jersey Governor and presumed White House hopeful Chris Christie says a row over a traffic jam on a bridge to New York City has hurt his standing.
Manchester United fans say the plane banner protest will prove manager David Moyes does not have the backing he claims.
Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will meet in the Sony Open final after both their opponents pull out of the semi-finals.
Russian Jews see anti-Semitism amid patriotic mood
The body of a woman found on marshes near Newport is that of Nida Naseer who went missing from her home three months ago, say police.
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Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli score half-centuries as India beat Bangladesh and qualify for the World T20 semi-finals.
A dozen sheep - herded by a sheepdog - surprised tourists and passers-by by pounding their way into the Louvre Museum in Paris.
Italy's government is selling off hundreds of executive cars used by government officials, in an online auction on eBay.
A grenade attack on a funeral in Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic, has killed 11 people, the Red Cross says.
Derek Martinus, who directed early Doctor Who episodes with the first three Doctors, dies aged 82 after suffering from Alzheimer's.
US President Barack Obama urges Russia to move its troops back from Ukraine's border as Moscow says it is stepping up intelligence measures.
Norway's ex-PM Jens Stoltenberg is appointed next Nato secretary general, replacing Denmark's Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis is to be charged with a further offence of indecent assault, the Crown Prosecution Service says.
More than 60 years after the end of the Korean war, the remains of 437 Chinese soldiers who died fighting against South Korean and US forces are finally being returned home.
Pilots at German airline Lufthansa will hold a three-day strike from 1 April, their union announces.