Brazilian police arrest a man who says he killed 42 people in the last decade, which would make him one of the country's most prolific serial killers.
Alex Schlacher tells Nick Higham about her book Arc of the Gurkha.
A man who attacked Respect MP George Galloway while calling him an "anti-Semitic little man" is jailed for 16 months.
Canadian police can search the contents of a mobile phone after arrest, the Supreme Court of Canada rules
The courier firm, Yodel, has stopped collecting parcels from retailers as it struggles to deal with the huge jump in online orders following the "Black Friday" sales.
330 jobs are at risk at a Chepstow engineering firm after it announced the proposed closure of one of its sites and the sale of another.
Translink says fares on buses and trains are to rise from next February - by more than three times the rate of inflation.
Broadmoor is to test a camera that remotely monitors patients' vital signs such as heart and breathing rate.
A mother-of-six is jailed for five years and three months for promoting terrorism on Facebook.
Seven British actors are nominated for awards at this years Golden Globes.
Footage has captured the moment a college student saved a 92-year-old man's life after he crashed his car into a lake in Florida.
Tottenham are fined £11,870 by Uefa for multiple pitch invasions at White Hart Lane during a Europa League match in November.
The chief executive role at Pembrokeshire council could be scrapped following a review by councillors.
CIA Director John Brennan is set to defend his agency's past use of "brutal" interrogation following a highly critical Senate report.
Ex-News of The World journalist who paid for tip-offs about James Bulger's killer gets a suspended sentence at Old Bailey.
A Labour MP is calling on police to find out who was responsible for "favouriting" a pornographic image on a Conservative MP's Twitter account.
Facebook is working on technology to prevent users posting photos they might come to regret.
Former military leader Muhammadu Buhari is set to contest Nigeria's presidential election after winning a primary for the opposition APC's candidate.
A dozen Muslim families flee their homes in the Indian city of Agra after reports that 57 families were converted to Hinduism against their will.
Liverpool are "rudderless" and manager Brendan Rodgers faces "a steep learning curve", BBC Sport pundit Mark Lawrenson says.