The former head of the Somerset Racial Equality Council is convicted of fraud after stealing another man's identity, as Duncan Kennedy reports.
An Italian doctor who contracted Ebola while working for a charity in Sierra Leone is being flown back to Rome for treatment, officials say.
Three teenagers who killed a 46-year-old with an axe and a knife when he confronted them on a west London estate are convicted.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says women cannot be treated as equal to men, and accuses feminists of rejecting motherhood.
Flooding in southern Morocco kills 32 people and destroys homes after heavy weekend rainfall, officials say.
A novel autonomous sub acquires the first detailed, high-resolution 3D maps of Antarctic sea ice.
A man accused of murdering 29 people in the Omagh bombing must remain in custody, a High Court judge has ruled.
The funeral of one of five teenagers killed in a road accident in Conisbrough is held in Doncaster.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright says Arsenal would be mid-table without Alexis Sanchez, but still doubts their top-four credentials.
Members of the Welsh assembly could get a £10,000 pay rise after the 2016 election, the body which sets their salaries says.
An 18-year-old woman is charged after a teenager had bleach thrown in her face following a party in Hull.
Clive Coleman examines the case which tried to get Google to monitor and remove false posts.
Maid child abuse shocks Uganda
A report finds 132 young people in Birmingham are suffering or are vulnerable to sexual exploitation.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells the BBC's Kevin Connolly that the only acceptable deal for Israel would be the dismantling of Iran's nuclear capabilities.
Chuck Hagel will resign as US defence secretary after a request from President Barack Obama to step down, US media report.
Russia's president has warned of "catastrophic consequences" if the rouble continues to slide. The BBC examines how we got here.
Open Europe says new rules over access to benefits for EU migrants in the UK might be a "perfect compromise".
Double world champion Lewis Hamilton cannot be considered a great yet but he is on the right path, says Sir Jackie Stewart.
Switzerland's Bern Art Museum has agreed to accept hundreds of artworks bequeathed by German Nazi-era art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt.