Police are examining allegations about Northern Ireland Assembly members' expenses after revelations in a two-part BBC Spotlight programme.
Sudan's government has asked the UN-Africa Union force in Darfur (Unamid) to shut its human rights office, the joint peacekeeping mission says.
BBC Breakfast challenges comedian Paul Merton to a game of 'Just a Minute'
The FTSE 100 rises, with BT shares higher after the owners of the EE mobile phone network confirm they are in talks over selling the business to the UK firm.
Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF blocks Vice-President Joyce Mujuru from retaining a party post, damaging her chances of one day succeeding President Mugabe.
An illegal fly-tip in Purfleet, Essex has grown to almost a mile long provoking anger from people living nearby
Sol Campbell criticises Labour's mansion tax plan for chasing those who have "paid their dues ten times over".
A groundbreaking exhibition at the Red Cross Museum in Geneva is designed to show the relationship of artists to suffering.
There has been a sharp rise in the number of people asking for help from Citizens Advice because they feel they have been unfairly evicted from rented accommodation.
An indecent assault on a 12-year-old girl in Aberdeen early on Tuesday is being investigated by police.
Seven university students linked to jailed Uighur scholar Ilham Tohti have reportedly gone on trial in China's westernmost province of Xinjiang.
Former Liverpool goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar says Simon Mignolet's " is the main reason the Reds are struggling this season.
It would be "almost impossible" for internet firms to monitor all website postings for possible terrorist content, a former MI6 director says.
Seven Hong Kong policemen are arrested in connection with beating of a pro-democracy protester in October.
The parents of a schoolboy killed by an "internet predator" he met online, are suing a police force over its handling of the case, the BBC understands.
A doctor who secretly filmed hundreds of patients, colleagues and hospital visitors, is jailed for five years.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has been accused of contradicting NHS advice after admitting that he took his children to A&E at the weekend rather than wait to see a GP.
Phill Wills talks about his fight to have his severely autistic son, Josh, cared for nearer his family in Cornwall.
Big tech firms, and in particular Facebook, are under pressure to become more active in the battle against terrorism. But what are their current arrangements?
Boyzone singer Ronan Keating calls making his West End debut in musical Once a "liberating" if exposing experience.