Samsung unveils a virtual reality headset and a smartphone whose screen bends around one of its sides, at the Ifa tech show in Berlin.
The Royal Shakespeare Company is to stage a 1620s play by John Ford for the first time since its debut, as part of their summer 2015 season.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says a peace agreement between Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels in the east could be reached on Friday.
Fernando Alonso is keen to extend his contract at Ferrari beyond 2016 despite not winning a race since May last year.
A man who killed an unarmed woman who banged on the door of his home in suburban Detroit is sentenced to 17 years in prison.
A Sri Lankan doctor is sentenced to death for raping and murdering a patient at a hospital near the capital Colombo.
One person has been killed and four people injured when a pedestrian overpass collapsed in Istanbul, Turkey.
Patients in Kenya may soon start receiving live maggots as a treatment after promising results from a pilot study using the age-old practice
Watch a BBC News special programme as President Putin says he hopes for a peace agreement by Friday
Three inmates have a escaped from a detention centre in north eastern China and a huge manhunt is now under way.
Disney reveals Frozen characters Anna, Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf the snowman will return for a short called Frozen Fever next spring.
A vehicle belonging to the Kenyan president's security convoy, which was stolen last week in Nairobi, is found in Uganda, officials confirm.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe brings five women into the cabinet as he reshuffles his ministers amid falling poll ratings.
Captain Paul McGinley names Padraig Harrington, Jose Maria Olazabal and Miguel Angel Jimenez as European vice-captains.
Lesotho's prime minister returns home after fleeing the mountain kingdom to neighbouring South Africa on Saturday, alleging there had been a coup.
A Turkish policeman who killed a protester during last summer's demonstrations in the capital, Ankara, is sentenced to seven years and nine months in jail.
Philips, Samsung and Infineon are fined 138m euros by the European Commission for fixing prices of chips used in smartphones.
The mother of Ashya King tells the BBC in an exclusive interview how she prayed in prison she would be reunited with her child.
President Barack Obama has vowed the US will not be intimidated, after Islamic State militants released a video showing the beheading of American journalist Steven Sotloff.
A group of workers decommissioning the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant sue its operator Tepco over unpaid hazard pay.