A fully operational Apple 1 computer has been sold at auction for $365,000 (£230,000), well below the estimate.
Colin Ash-Smith is jailed for life with minimum term of 21 years for murdering Kent schoolgirl Claire Tiltman in 1993.
Thousands of workers take to the streets of Italy to protest against Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's controversial planned labour reforms.
A maid in Uganda who was secretly filmed beating a little girl, causing widespread outrage, is found guilty of assaulting the toddler.
The EU may scrap plans for legislation on air pollution and waste in a drive to boost the economy, BBC environment analyst Roger Harrabin reports.
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo could become the best player of all time, says former Spain striker Raul.
The names of characters played by John Boyega, Oscar Isaac and Daisy Ridley in Star Wars: The Force Awakens are revealed in a set of trading cards.
A 32-year-old pedestrian has died after being knocked down by a taxi in Broxburn in West Lothian, police said.
Superhero struggles to cope with Cairo's daily grind
Keith Doyle reports on profits made by councils in England from parking fines.
A man from South Africa faces deportation with his family after his British wife is deemed not to be earning enough by an immigration panel.
Labour MP Frank Doran says it was not sexist to say he was unsure whether the fisheries minister is "a job for a woman".
Australia reach 290-5 at the close of play on the fourth day of the first Test in Adelaide, to lead India by 363.
A hospital A&E ward is closed after a suspected CS gas attack by a man who had been arrested by police.
The camera where you can change your focus after you take a picture.
A poll commissioned by the BBC suggests that around four-million people expect to spend most of Christmas Day alone this year.
British intelligence agencies spoke to US counterparts about a report into CIA interrogation before it was published, Downing Street says.
BBC Click looks at some of the week's technology highlights.
The archbishop of Jos in central Nigeria says more must be done to protect ordinary people, after at least 30 were killed in a twin bomb attack.
A Nottingham woman accused of murdering her niece faces further charges of cruelty to the girl and two other children.