US President Barack Obama denounces the killing of three Muslim students in North Carolina as "brutal and outrageous".
A Kent woman who bit off part of another woman's nose at Butlins in West Sussex during a children's pantomime is jailed.
A mother killed herself and young son while gripped with "paranoia" her ex-boyfriend was "hunting" her down, an inquest hears.
An audit in Sierra Leone reveals that a third of internal donations are not properly accounted for, raising questions over the management of the funds.
Violent attacks by Boko Haram have caused many to flee their homes, creating a humanitarian crisis within Nigeria and neighbouring countries.
An Argentine prosecutor asks a judge to investigate the country's president over allegations she helped cover up Iran's links to a 1994 bombing.
Lengthy talks in Minsk have helped press the pause button on the worst East-West crisis since the end of the Cold War, the BBC's Lyse Doucet reports.
Pakistan's Shahid Afridi and seven team-mates receive fines for breaching a team curfew before their world cup match against India.
The jury in the trial of a mother and her lesbian lover who are accused of murdering her eight-year-old daughter are asked to think that the truth may be "stranger than fiction".
Preview of Sunday's international between Scotland and Wales at Murrayfield.
A teacher at a Leighton Buzzard school is made head teacher eight years after starting work there as a "dinner lady".
Tax inspectors failed to prosecute a property tycoon who did not submit returns or pay any tax for 24 years, documents seen by the BBC reveal.
Nearly 200 pilot whales have become stranded on New Zealand's South Island at a spot well-known for whale beachings.
Captain Guy Disney becomes the first jockey with an artificial leg to ride over fences in a race in Britain.
Nearly 600 posts could go and council tax may rise by 5% as Wales' largest authority looks to plug a £41m budget shortfall in 2015/16.
Sir Bradley Wiggins is on track for his tilt at the Paris-Roubaix one-day race despite finishing 78th in Qatar, says Team Sky.
Winter Olympic skeleton champion Lizzy Yarnold is back racing at Sochi, the scene of her triumph 12 months ago.
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An 11-year-old boy from Northern Ireland is in the running for the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) goal of the month award.
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