Is it becoming more difficult for people from working-class backgrounds to make an impact in the arts, asks Samira Ahmed?
How powerful is Islamic State in Libya?
Talking about mental health is half the battle
How passport photos have evolved over 100 years
Al-Jazeera journalist Peter Greste, who was freed on Sunday after more than a year in an Egyptian prison, tells reporters how he and his colleagues, who remain in jail, coped with life behind bars.
Shear delight as Shaun The Sheep hits the big screen
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro calls for a relationship with the US based on diplomacy, after the US imposed sanctions on Venezuelan officials.
Debate over a Down’s Syndrome teenager’s singing ability
The European Central Bank (ECB) toughens its stance with Greece, by restricting financing to the country's banks.
Yum Brands, the owner of KFC and Taco Bell, swings to a loss after sales in China fail to recover from food safety scandals.
The most trafficked mammal in the world - and the scaliest
The Koreans who get paid for eating their dinner on webcam
If excessive debts caused the great crash and recession of 2007-08, we should perhaps be concerned by McKinsey's new study that shows global indebtedness has risen by $57bn since then.
The lead singer of heavy metal band Napalm Death, Mark "Barney" Greenway, explains why he wrote an open letter to the president of Indonesia appealing for mercy for British woman Lindsay Sandiford.
More than six million Londoners are likely to be affected by a 24-hour bus strike which began at midnight.
French prisons provide fertile ground for extremists
A 50-second video explaining how global wealth has resulted in both more and less equality, as part of the BBC's A Richer World season.
The fight for a new beginning in post-bankrupt Detroit
Insurance for at-risk families costs other households too much, says report.
Some papers hail a new law limiting fees charged to pension savers to 0.75% a year, while others focus on comments about "tax dodgers".