Eleven former school teachers and administrators are convicted of falsifying students' test scores in Atlanta, Georgia.
Natalia Antelava joins a patrol of pro-Russian rebels near Donetsk airport in eastern Ukraine.
A camel, whose intact skeleton has been found in a 300-year-old Austrian cellar, was probably ridden by the invading Ottoman army in 1683.
A top US senator, Democrat Bob Menendez, is charged with 14 counts of corruption but dismisses the accusations as false.
Craftsman's guitars made in memory of deadly Myanmar storm
Why Muslims have been giving things up before Easter
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The NASUWT teaching union says an increasing number of teachers are facing abuse on social media, not only from pupils but also parents.
Six people are arrested in Canada on suspicion of running a prostitution ring, which smuggled nearly 500 women in to the country.
Will Ethiopia's teff be the next must eat 'super grain'?
US food giant Kraft is being accused by US watchdog the Commodities and Futures Commission of manipulating the price of wheat.
England boss Roy Hodgson says in-form striker Harry Kane wants to play for the Under-21s at the European Championships.
An oil rig in Mexico is engulfed in flames after fire breaks out in a pump room, killing four and forcing workers to jump into the sea.
The fast-food giant McDonald's says it will raise the pay of more than 90,000 US employees to at least $1 above the legal minimum wage.
The laptop used to store top-secret documents leaked by National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden has gone on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Islamic State militants enter the Palestinian refugee camp Yarmouk in the Syrian capital, seizing control of large areas, reports say.
The governor of Arkansas calls for changes to a "religious freedom" bill after a similar law in Indiana draws a firestorm of criticism.
Three tourists, two Austrians and an Italian, are killed in an avalanche at a national park in the French Alps.
Talks on Iran's nuclear programme will overrun to at least Thursday morning, two days after the original deadline, the US says.
Cynthia Lennon, the first wife of John Lennon, dies at her home in Spain following a "short but brave" battle with cancer.