The US denies Kenyan claims it funded Thursday's protests in order to "topple" the government, as relations take another turn for the worse.
An employee who let Edward Snowden use his password to access classified information is among three NSA workers disciplined, an agency memo says.
South African athlete Oscar Pistorius speaks of his sorrow on the anniversary of the fatal shooting of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
British figure skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean return to Sarajevo to recreate their gold medal-winning performance of Bolero, 30 years ago.
Newcastle United striker Loic Remy will face no further action following his arrest over a rape allegation.
The eurozone's economy grew by 0.3% in the final three months of 2013, up from 0.1% growth in the previous quarter.
South African athlete Oscar Pistorius has spoken of his sorrow over the fatal shooting of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp exactly a year ago.
There are calls to reform the French labour market to boost the economy, as Nigel Cassidy reports.
Paintings found at the Austrian home of a collector suspected of handling Nazi loot are even more significant than those found at his Munich flat, his lawyer says.
A Danish website, which aims to hook up singletons anxious to start a family, eliminates "time-wasters" who are not interested in having children.
The musician has apologised for using a famous image of the activist alongside a racial insult.
Actor Ralph Waite, best known for playing John Walton Sr - Papa Walton - in the long-running US television series, has died at the age of 85.
The social network Facebook has announced that its English language users will now be able to select a custom gender for their profile page.
Police deploy in the Thai capital to clear some of the sites occupied by protesters since they kicked off their anti-government campaign.
US Secretary of State John Kerry meets China's President Xi Jinping, in a visit expected to focus on North Korea and territorial tensions.
Penguin India defends its decision to recall and destroy copies of a book on Hinduism by a top US scholar, saying it had to respect the laws of the land.
A masterpiece by the British painter Francis Bacon has become the most valuable piece of artwork ever sold by Christie's auction house in Europe.
A giant winter storm is unleashing a second wave of heavy snowfall on the US north-east.
Octopus wrestles with underwater cameraman in Bluefish Cove, California.
Eight of the UK's most-wanted criminals, thought to be on the run in the Netherlands, have been named by the National Crime Agency.