A court in India summons former prime minister Manmohan Singh over a corruption scandal involving coal mining licenses.
The social network says it's listening to criticism that the "feeling fat" status could reinforce negative body image.
A former Ministry of Defence special adviser says David Cameron gave a "personal assurance" that the defence budget would increase after 2015.
Work at the Iyolwa health clinic in Uganda
Pharrell Williams' and Robin Thicke's 2013 hit Blurred Lines did breach copyright, a court in Los Angeles has ruled.
German energy firm E.On has reported its biggest annual loss after setting aside €5.4bn (£3.8bn) in costs related to its gas and coal-fired power plants.
The Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams says he believes claims made by Paudie McGahon that he was raped at his family home in County Louth by a senior IRA member.
Afghan police are investigating the murder of 11 Sufi men in Kabul at the weekend.
David Cameron is to announce a £15,000 incentive for teenagers with good A-level maths and science grades to commit to enter teaching.
Plans to form a cross-party commission on the future of the NHS in Wales are scrapped.
A wind power tycoon will learn whether his ex-wife's claim for a financial settlement lodged almost 20 years after they divorced has been successful.
Zaur Dadayev, a suspect charged with murdering Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov tells human rights monitors he confessed under duress.
Beating Ireland would rival his side's victory over South Africa in November, Wales captain Sam Warburton says.
John Maguire examines the impact of the government's Troubled Families Programme which was set up after the 2011 riots in England.
Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos confirms that bombing raids against Farc rebels are to be suspended for a month.
New research shows that rather than using pigments, chameleons change colour by tweaking the arrangement of crystals in their skin cells.
MPs are to vote on the introduction of standardised packaging for cigarettes in England.
A vet investigating the alleged poisoning of a Crufts dog reportedly says it is "unlikely" to have happened during the competition.
Test driver Giedo van der Garde could drive for Sauber in the Australian Grand Prix after winning a court case.
The BBC's Europe Correspondent Gavin Lee has spent the day with Nato on one of the ships, as their training mission takes place.