Helen Mirren goes in search of Nazi-stolen Klimt
What does the so-called Islamic State want and expect from the Western women who are drawn towards it?
Living with dementia after one, four and seven years
Tens of millions of users who visit Google sites use a browser loaded with malicious add-ons, research suggests.
A white South Carolina police officer is charged with murder over the shooting death of a black man who appeared to be fleeing from him.
Election policy announcements, reaction to Tony Blair's intervention, and the London jewellery robbery dominate.
A three-week strike at Radio France is highlighting the excesses of the public sector in the country, says Hugh Schofield.
Natalia Antelava investigates the story of a 10-year-old girl reported killed in the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine - and is reminded that truth is the first casualty of war.
BBC reporter finds little mercy for sick Syrian child refugee
How a state of emergency led to mass sterilisation in India
Mexicans use Facebook to find bodies of loved ones
Pupils in England with poor Sats test results at the end of primary school will face a resit in secondary school if the Tories form the next government.
A man understood to be a Syrian-born former imam of a London mosque is found dead with bullet wounds in his car.
The US says it is speeding up weapons deliveries to a Saudi-led coalition bombing Houthi rebels in Yemen.
Labour would abolish the non-domicile rule, where some wealthy people can limit the tax paid on earnings outside the UK, Ed Miliband is to announce.
Lawrence Dallaglio believes the success of French clubs in the Champions Cup shows the national side is underperforming.
Rory McIlroy is physically and mentally honed ahead of his bid to win at Augusta and join the list of Grand Slam greats.
Oil giant Shell is "in talks" to buy gas producer BG Group, reports the Wall Street Journal, in what could be one of the biggest mergers of 2015.
France declassifies documents related to the 1994 Rwandan genocide which claimed at least 800,000 lives, the French president's office says.
Nicola Sturgeon says the SNP would help make Ed Miliband prime minister if the Conservatives fail to win a majority in the general election.