Scotland will discover on 21 May if their Euro 2016 qualifier in Georgia will be played behind closed doors after crowd trouble in Tbilisi.
Manufacturing and jobs are picking up in the eurozone thanks to the weaker euro, according to a closely-watched survey.
One of the stars of The Daily Show speaks out in defence of Trevor Noah, its newly appointed host, amid controversy over old remarks he posted on Twitter.
The BBC meets a man who has created his own underground library after the local council library burned down.
Mark Wahlberg is to co-produce and potentially star in a film about the 2013 bombing of the Boston Marathon and the city-wide manhunt that followed.
A key ally of Russian anti-Kremlin campaigner Alexei Navalny - Vladimir Ashurkov - is granted political asylum in the UK.
Police in India arrest four men in connection with the rape of an elderly nun in West Bengal state which sparked outrage.
Singer songwriter Joni Mitchell is in intensive care in a Los Angeles hospital after being found unconscious at her home.
Thousands of workers at a Vietnam shoe factory continue to strike, in a rare anti-government protest over a social insurance law.
Chinese shares continue to climb after a government survey suggests that factory activity picked up unexpectedly in March.
At least nine people have been killed in gales that have battered Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the UK.
The world's oldest person, Japan's Misao Okawa, dies from heart failure at the age of 117.
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal has said the election victory in Israel by Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party will lead to 'more extremism'.
The scale of China's land reclamation in the South China Sea is leading to "serious questions" on its intentions, a top US official says.
Barbara Plett Usher reports on Saudi Arabia's attempts to stop its citizens joining Islamic State abroad, and asks whether it should be looking closer to home.
A New Zealand court finds Mark Lundy guilty for a second time of murdering his wife and daughter, after his first conviction was thrown out.
A Palestinian man says he was 'tricked' into selling a mural by the artist, Banksy, that is estimated to be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A body has been found at the home of Andrew Getty, the grandson of John Paul Getty and heir to the family fortune.
The political leader of the Palestinian group Hamas, Khaled Meshaal, tells the BBC the results of Israel's elections will diminish hopes for peace.
Conchita Wurst says the moment people stop talking about sexual orientation will be when there is equality in the LGBT community.