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.
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The police officer at the centre of the "plebgate" row has accepted £80,000 in damages from Conservative MP Andrew Mitchell.
Alabama's Supreme Court orders its judges to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses despite a federal ruling saying a ban is unconstitutional.
South Sudan's foreign minister warns that the imposition of any US-backed sanctions would be counter-productive to the peace process.
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams made more than $5m (£3.26m) each from 2013 hit Blurred Lines, according to figures revealed during a copyright trial.
Michael Phelps may be allowed to compete at swimming's World Championships in Russia after originally being banned.
Flooding in north-western Tanzania has killed at least 38 people and left hundreds of others homeless, police tell the BBC.
An ex-Royal Marine has become the first Briton to be killed while fighting with Kurdish forces against Islamic State in Syria, a Kurdish militia says.
Prince William condemns illegal wildlife trading and calls for more international help in a speech on the final day of his tour of China.
Islamist militants have seized two oil fields in central Libya, officials say, as rival factions reportedly carry out air strikes.