Secret MI5 recordings reveal disputes between rival factions of the Continuity IRA, a court is told.
Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi is no longer in an artificial coma, his family confirm.
A light aircraft crashes after hitting a bungalow on a farm in Lincolnshire.
New Wigan boss Malky Mackay insists he is not racist and says he has been on a "diversity education programme".
Bath fly-half George Ford will make his first international start as England make five changes for the visit of Samoa.
Will pub rule change affect price of a pint?
A teenage girl who died after falling from a car park 10 years ago told paramedics she had not jumped, an inquest hears.
The Irish government revises its plans for the introduction of domestic water charges, a key austerity measure.
A Cuban doctor working in Sierra Leone has been diagnosed with Ebola, officials say, in what is thought to be the country's first case of the disease.
Nearly half of all Liberians who were employed when the Ebola outbreak began are no longer working, a survey by the World Bank has found.
Early adopters of Android Lollipop are experiencing a range of issues, causing some users to complain their devices have become "unusable".
The government comes under renewed pressure to cut pollution from diesel vehicles following the latest ruling in a battle over clean air.
A snowstorm has dumped five feet of snow on upstate New York, killing five people, with temperatures plummeting to below freezing in all 50 US states.
Controversial US "pick-up artist" Julien Blanc has been barred from entering the UK by the Home Office, the BBC understands.
Peers take evidence on the EU and Russia from a former Russian prime minister.
Cinemas should offer a greater range of ticket prices, according to one of the leading figures in the UK film industry.
Living standards are still being squeezed, but not for those in steady long-term work.
Residents in much of rebel-held Donetsk have been left without water after power supplies to a filtering plant were hit by shelling, the mayor says.
Rome's troubled Opera house announces nearly 200 jobs have been saved after it signed a deal with trade unions.
Two men ordered to keep away from young girls after a council became the first to use civil injunctions to block child sexual exploitation can be named, a High Court judge says.