At least 37 people have been killed and 66 others injured by a bomb blast outside a police academy in Yemen's capital, Sanaa, officials say.
Jonathan Trott hits 79 from 127 balls as England Lions draw their opening tour game against a Gauteng Invitation XI in Soweto.
Former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes accepts an offer to join Manchester United on an 18-month contract.
The government has "betrayed patients", Labour leader Ed Miliband says, as the political row over the problems facing A&E units deepens
Convicted rapist Ched Evans has agreed a deal to sign for Oldham Athletic, according to sponsors of the League One club.
Bangladesh's High Court bans the media from reporting speeches and remarks by Tarique Rahman, the eldest son of main opposition leader Khaleda Zia.
Video taken from a rooftop in Paris show two gunmen attacking a magazine office leaving 12 people dead
A fierce winter storm brings freezing temperatures to the Middle East, raising worries about the plight of the millions of refugees there.
Muhammad Ali, an icon of the boxing ring, is released from hospital and back home after being admitted last month with a urinary tract infection.
Richard Galpin reports on the shooting at the office of the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, in Paris.
The BBC is given an exclusive demo of tech that may revolutionise phone charging, at this year's CES show.
A selection of news photos from around the world
A witness to the shootings at the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris filmed the scene as the sound of gunshots were heard.
Inflation in the eurozone turns negative, official figures show, with prices in December down 0.2% year-on-year, driven lower by falling oil costs.
A house designed and owned by JMW Turner is to be restored and opened to the public after receiving a £1.4m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Rapper Dr Dre and record producer Jimmy Iovine are being sued by a former business partner who used to own part of Beats.
Controversial comedy The Interview is to have "a wide release" in the UK and Ireland, Sony Pictures confirms.
Uruguay has been taken to a World Bank tribunal by the cigarette manufacturer Philip Morris International.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell agrees to a $84m (£55m) settlement with residents of the Bodo community in the Niger Delta for two major oil spills.
Prosecutors in South Korea lay charges against former Korean Air executive Cho Hyun-ah, who delayed a plane over how nuts were served to her.