Pegida has become a new force in German politics, rejecting conservative Islam. What is driving the movement, asks the BBC's Laurence Peter.
Hacking group Anonymous claim responsibility for disabling an extremist website based in France.
Why did US businessman Robert Sarver end his interest in buying Rangers after two rejected bids, and what happens now at Ibrox?
Richard Westcott reports from an investigation centre where flight recorders, like the one being examined in Indonesia, are listened to and inspected.
A kayak manufacturer is found guilty of corporate manslaughter after a worker became trapped and died in an industrial oven.
RSPB Scotland lodges a legal challenge against government consent granted to four major Scottish offshore wind farms.
The US says it has verified the release of 53 political prisoners in Cuba, agreed as part of a historic deal to restore diplomatic relations.
A "sadistic" teenager who killed a 14-year-old he met online was arrested over the suspected rape of another boy almost three years before the murder, it emerges.
US Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to France after the White House was criticised for not sending a senior official to the Paris unity rally.
BBC Sport's Matt Slater catches up with Team Sky nutritionist Nigel Mitchell to find out the ideal breakfast for a cyclist before a big ride.
An elephant in Thailand is caught on camera as it goes on the rampage in Thailand.
The Russian central bank has revealed the huge cost of trying to prop up the value of the rouble during 2014.
US President Barack Obama is set to propose new laws covering privacy and how companies handle data breaches.
Equipment failure and bad planning for delays caused the Christmas disruption to rail travellers, a report by Network Rail has said.
Interpol places deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych on its wanted list, almost one year after he fled to neighbouring Russia.
CES is bigger than ever but some are beginning to wonder if the show has lost its focus in trying to cover everything.
It's after more than 200 people complained about the actor using racist and sexist language.
Ireland's Stephanie Roche finds out on Monday if her goal - seen by 95 people on the day, but millions on the internet - has won Fifa's Goal of the Year.
The Archbishop of Canterbury admits he is powerless to stop a disgraced vicar who was jailed for child sex offences from using the title "Reverend".
MPs say universities should be removed from a list of institutions required, under government plans, to watch out for extremism.