A South Carolina police officer charged with murder after shooting an unarmed black man in the back had a prior complaint of excessive force.
The BBC's Karen Allen gains exclusive access to the dormitories at Garissa University College, where almost 150 people were killed by al-Shabab militants a week ago.
Polymorphic malware that changes its identity up to 19 times a day to avoid detection while taking control of users' computers has been deactivated.
A woman who said she had to leave her home in County Antrim after racist attacks has told the BBC she is now living in sheltered accommodation.
As Presidents Obama and Castro prepare for a historic meeting in Panama, how is this growing relationship playing out on the streets of Havana?
Iran's supreme leader condemns as "genocide" the military intervention in Yemen by his country's main regional rival, Saudi Arabia.
Crowds gather as South Africa's University of Cape Town prepares to remove the statue of British colonialist Cecil Rhodes after weeks of protests.
Police release more details of the jewellery heist in London where burglars emptied up to 70 safety deposit boxes.
David Shukman looks at what could be done on air pollution beyond the annual warnings.
Two Mumbai food outlets slug it out in the court over the right to use the acronym BBC.
The Duchess of Cambridge plans to give birth to her second child at the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in London, it is confirmed.
There was no sign of forced entry to the building in Hatton Garden where burglars emptied up to 70 safe deposit boxes, say police.
Silviniaco Conti wins the feature race on the opening day of the Grand National Festival at Aintree, the Betfred Bowl.
A raid on Hatton Garden Safe Deposit in London's jewellery quarter showed "no sign of forced entry from the outside", police confirm.
How will Cubans welcome America as relations between the two countries continue to improve?
Remembering the man who prepared France for D-Day
HSBC says it has been placed under formal criminal investigation by French magistrates over alleged past tax-related offences at its Swiss private bank.
Images from the campaign trail: 9 April
The skull of an adolescent tyrannosaur shows evidence of vicious combat as well as signs that the corpse was eaten by other dinosaurs, possibly of the same species.
World champion Lewis Hamilton on the threat from Ferrari, inside Fernando Alonso's mind and signing a new deal.