Tom Burridge reports from one of Ukraine's divided regions, Donetsk, from both sides of the frontline.
Managers Roy Hodgson, Gordon Strachan, Chris Coleman and Michael O'Neill answer questions from BBC News School Reporters.
Cuts to Severn Bridge tolls bigger than those announced in the Budget would be sought if control of them was devolved, First Minister Carwyn Jones says.
Thailand's Supreme Court orders former PM Yingluck Shinawatra to stand trial for negligence over a controversial rice subsidy scheme.
The Royal Navy's first new uniform in 70 years is unveiled - and will be worn first by a crew heading from Portsmouth to the South Atlantic.
Badgers were struck with spades during attacks on setts in the Peak District, a conservation group claims.
At least two people are killed and several others injured in a shooting in a restaurant in the south-western Swedish city of Gothenburg.
British military personnel have begun training members of the Ukrainian army engaged in fighting against pro-Russian rebels, the BBC learns.
Shaw Taylor, who presented ITV programme Police 5 for 30 years, dies at his home on the Isle of Wight.
Cleaning up social media sites of illicit, explicit and undesirable content is a booming business in India, but could workers face psychological dangers?
A church in San Francisco has promised to remove sprinklers it installed to soak rough sleepers.
British applicants to university believe studying alongside foreign students will improve their prospects, a survey suggests
The UK government’s claim to lead the world in cuts of carbon emissions is challenged by researchers.
Watchmakers face up to Apple and Android
The number of used wet wipes littering beaches in the UK has increased by 50% in the last year, a survey of 301 locations suggests.
An education minister in Argentina has stopped waves of teachers' strikes by giving every teacher his mobile phone number and inviting them to call him with their complaints.
What is believed to be the world's oldest railway tunnel - dating from 1793 - is given protected status.
A new prototype blood test can help doctors tease out whether an infection is caused by a bacteria or a virus within two hours, research suggests.
Prince Charles is in Washington, where he has toured monuments and made an impassioned plea to clean up the world's oceans.
A new book charts the discovery of daguerreotypes taken by the 19th Century critic John Ruskin.