Indian anti-corruption party AAP sidelines two of its founder members, amid feuding following its Delhi election win last month.
Nigel Farage sets out UKIP's plan to cut work-related immigration to the UK but rules out setting a target, as David Cameron and Ed Miliband clash over the issue.
A British Open Championship venue lifts its ban on female memberships for the first time in its 128-year history.
Wildfires rage around Cape Town
Authorities have taken one man into custody who is believed to be responsible for multiple shootings including gunfire that damaged a NSA building.
Seven ex-government officials in Kenya are charged in connection with the multimillion-dollar Anglo Leasing corruption scam that came to light in 2004.
Kevin Pietersen's return to the England team would be "untenable", says former one-day captain Adam Hollioake.
US billionaire Paul Allen announces he has discovered the famous WW2 Japanese battleship, Musashi, more than 70 years after it was sunk.
A woman and her sadistic lover who created a cyber fantasy world are convicted of killing her young daughter, who suffered 50 injuries.
Australia post a World Cup record total as they beat Afghanistan by the biggest winning margin in the tournament's history.
There is growing concern about the future of an orphanage run by a British charity in Sierra Leone, after one member of staff died last week from Ebola.
Video challenges how South Asian migrants are seen in Gulf
Russian President Vladimir Putin demands an end to "shameful" political killings in Russia, after the murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov.
A play about four generations of women growing up in Croatia after World War Two wins a prestigious playwriting prize for women.
Iraqi soldiers and Shia militiamen are seeking to surround Islamic State fighters in Tikrit, on the third day of an operation to retake the city.
Average household incomes are back to where they were before the financial crisis, according to research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
Wales captain Sam Warburton has returned to training after a knee injury and is confident of facing Ireland on 14 March.
A judge in France issues arrest warrants for three people suspected of being behind a 1982 attack on a Jewish restaurant in Rue des Rosiers in Paris.
Eurozone retail sales rose for a fourth consecutive month in January, official figures show, indicating the zone's economy may be picking up.
A controversial pornographic artwork on display in London can only be viewed through a peephole, to prevent it being seen by minors.