News photos from around the world
The National Railway Museum in York has refurbished Sir Winston Churchill's funeral train, to mark the 50th anniversary of the event.
At least £90m will be reinvested in rural broadband services after an underspend by BT, the BBC learns.
Four burglars who took part in a raid which left a lecturer "unrecognisable" are given lengthy jail sentences.
The chief of Korean Air tells a court in Seoul that he scolded his 40-year-old daughter over her now notorious reaction to being served nuts in a packet.
Video has emerged showing a fierce battle in Vuhlehirsk, Donetsk, in which pro-Russian forces come under heavy bombardment from Ukrainian forces.
The leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah group, Hassan Nasrallah, says it does not want war with Israel but is not afraid to fight, after deadly border clashes.
Kenyan marathon runner Rita Jeptoo has been banned for two years for failing a doping test.
Shares in US burger firm Shake Shack surge more than 130% on their New York Stock Exchange debut, valuing the firm at $1.8bn.
A body is found in a lake by police searching for a mother-of-four who has been missing for more than a week.
Saudi Arabia postpones for a second time a further round of flogging against blogger Raif Badawi, whose case caused a global outcry.
Rory Cellan-Jones rounds up the week's essential tech
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini says Chelsea striker Diego Costa must change after being banned for stamping.
Images from around the world: 30 January
Wintry weather continues to cause travel disruption in parts of England.
Rory McIlroy surges into the lead at the halfway stage of the Dubai Desert Classic after firing a superb 64.
A curfew is imposed in the Iraqi city of Kirkuk following fierce overnight fighting between Kurdish Peshmerga forces and Islamic State militants.
Pupils at about 400 Kenyan schools try to break the world record for having the most people reading aloud simultaneously from the same book.
The European Space Agency says it will conduct no more dedicated searches for its lost comet lander, and will now wait for the probe itself to call home.
Former cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell refused an offer to settle his "Plebgate" libel case just two months before he lost, court papers show.