Marketing tips from Tanzania's ice cream entrepreneur
The US president vows to tackle the "militarisation culture" of police and demands 50,000 body cameras to help restore trust among minorities.
The FA is investigating an Instagram post by Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli which appeared to contain anti-Semitic language.
US comedian Bill Cosby has resigned from the board of trustees of Temple University in Philadelphia, amid ongoing claims of sexual assault.
Bicester in Oxfordshire has been chosen as the site for the coalition's second new garden city, government sources have confirmed.
Former Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown rules out becoming a Labour peer, as he announces he is to stand down as an MP after 32 years.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation confirms it is investigating a hack into Sony Pictures Entertainment's network that caused significant problems at the firm.
Mark Webber says he only avoided serious injury during a race in Brazil because he crashed at the "correct angle".
Film stars gathered on a green carpet earlier for the world premier of the third and final instalment of Sir Peter Jackson's The Hobbit films.
HIV is evolving to become less deadly and less infectious as it spends more time infecting people, according to a major scientific study.
Former Liverpool striker John Barnes believes Steven Gerrard's best form is "still good enough for Liverpool".
Annie remake, starring Cameron Diaz, among titles apparently leaked online following a reported cyber-attack on Sony Pictures last month.
Dublin-born film artist Duncan Campbell wins this year's £25,000 Turner Prize for a video that reflects on African art and includes a dance sequence inspired by Karl Marx.
A film 12 years in the making, Boyhood, has won top honours at the New York Film Critics awards, which opens the pre-Oscars awards season.
The TV phone-in giving a voice to frustrated Pakistanis
The World Health Organization says the goals it set itself for treatment and safe burials in West Africa's Ebola outbreak have largely been met.
Prime Minister Hage Geingo, representing Namibia's governing party, has won the country's presidential elections with 87% of votes, officials say.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the proposed South Stream gas pipeline will not go ahead, blaming opposition from the EU.
NFL players' gesture sparks bitter race debate
Five people have died in France as severe storms continue to batter the western Mediterranean, with damaging winds and torrential downpours.