The BBC examines why it is so important to broker a deal on Iran's nuclear future, as talks continue in Vienna.
Nigeria's main opposition party condemns a weekend raid of its offices ahead of February's elections and calls for an independent inquiry.
Behind the scenes at the Rochester and Strood by-election night and the morning after with UKIP's leader
A volcano has erupted on the Cape Verde island of Fogo, resulting in the evacuation of hundreds of residents and the closure of a local airport.
BT is trying to get ahead of the competition when it comes to the next generation of mobile services.
Ferrari replaces team principal Marco Mattiacci after seven months in the role.
A shortlist of 10 contenders will be announced on Monday for the 2014 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
An "extremely complex" and "stealthy" spying program has been stealing data from ISPs, energy companies, airlines and research-and-development labs, a security company says.
The Labour Party says it would introduce a system of licensing to clamp down on "rogue" recruitment agencies, saying some workers' wages are being undercut.
A man who beat a mother, her two children and their grandmother to death at their home near Swansea 15 years ago launches a fresh application to get his conviction overturned.
A website containing live links to thousands of baby monitors, web cams and CCTV feeds has shut down.
A new film, Kajaki, tells the true story of how a small unit of British soldiers escaped a minefield in Afghanistan
Odell Beckham Jr's stunning one-handed catch for a touchdown for the New York Giants in the NFL sets social media alight.
Clive Coleman explains the case of a UK businessman who took Google to court over malicious web postings directed at him.
Telecoms giant BT is in talks with Telefonica about buying the O2 mobile network from the Spanish firm.
A newborn baby is receiving treatment after surviving for up to five days in a drain in Sydney, Australia. How did it manage to keep going?
Cocaine worth an estimated £36m is seized by the Royal Navy after a high-speed chase across the Caribbean.
For programme makers it is becoming increasingly difficult to generate big ratings on TV but the solution may lie in live television, especially in America, as Tom Brook reports
A police officer in Orkney is praised for her bravery after going to the aid of a motorist whose car had been hit by a huge wave.
Details of how to register so you can vote online for BBC Sports Personality of the Year on 14 December.