Grants worth £300,000 have prevented a large collection of works by cartoonist and illustrator William Heath Robinson being sold and potentially broken up.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa will be over by August, the head of the United Nations Ebola mission has told the BBC.
The Spanish Socialists hold onto power in Andalusia, but the new anti-austerity party Podemos shakes up politics in the region.
Chinese state-owned China National Chemical (ChemChina) is to buy Italian tyre manufacturer Pirelli in deal that values the firm at €7.1bn (£5.1bn).
Pakistan holds its first Republic Day parade in seven years, in what is being seen as a symbolic show of strength in the face of militant attacks.
David Gill says he is standing for election as Fifa vice-president because he believes "urgent" change is required.
The French authorities introduce measures to combat a sharp increase in pollution affecting Paris and other cities in northern France.
Indian sprinter Dutee Chand starts a legal case at the Court of Arbitration for Sport against her ban for failing a gender test.
A Conservative election candidate suspended over allegations he plotted with the English Defence league is likely to be removed from the party in days, a source tells the BBC.
Scandal's Kerry Washington calls for marginalised communities to unite in support of equal rights at an awards event promoting the gay community in the media.
France's centre-right UMP party and its allies have come first in the first round of local elections, according to official results.
Fantasy film Insurgent tops the US box office, but Sean Penn's action film Gunman misfires.
Captains Brendon McCullum and AB de Villiers are in confident mood for the World Cup semi-final between New Zealand and South Africa.
The parents of five-year-old Ashya King, who were detained after taking him abroad for treatment for a brain tumour, say their son is now free of cancer.
Baristas don't have to write Race Together on customers' cups after Starbucks in America ended its racial inequality campaign.
Ex-Wales fly-half Jonathan Davies worries Leigh Halfpenny could be forced to retire unless he changes his tackling technique.
Researchers at the University of Hertfordshire have been working on a robotic glove that could help stroke patients.
Bushmeat hunting carries on, despite Ebola ban
Asian shares started the week mostly higher, with Japan's Nikkei share index hitting a fresh 15-year high.
Top Gear Live shows due to have been held in Norway next week have been postponed, the BBC confirms.