John Heald, on trial for murder of landlady Bei Carter, has killed himself in UK prison while waiting for verdict
UKIP leader Nigel Farage abandons a public appearance in Rotherham because of protests outside his party's office in the town.
Police in Bosnia search a village after a local television station showed pictures of jihadist flags flying from some houses.
Pope Francis says that he backs parents who smack their children, providing the child's "dignity" is maintained.
BBC Sport celebrates the start of the Six Nations 2015 with an epic Game of Thrones-style tournament opener.
Violent scenes at Africa Cup of Nations semi-final
Women journalists are facing a "dangerous new trend" of online threats, the European security body OSCE warns.
US families of Lockerbie bombing victims accuse some UK relatives of pursuing a "disgraceful" campaign to clear the man convicted of the atrocity.
The UK's trade deficit last year widened to £34.8bn, the biggest deficit since 2010 according to the Office for National Statistics.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says Jack Wilshere "has to master his own life" after the midfielder was photographed holding a shisha pipe.
The Ghana FA says fans could have died as crowd trouble marred the Africa Cup of Nations semi with Equatorial Guinea.
A boy and his uncle have survived being sucked into a storm drain in Brazil.
China has rejected accusations it was behind a hack that stole huge amounts of data from health insurer Anthem.
A doctor saved the life of a nurse who was being strangled at a hospital unit by her jealous husband, Newport Crown Court hears.
Moulin Rouge director Baz Luhrmann is to make a 13-part musical series for streaming service Netflix.
Labour's Tristram Hunt is branded "arrogant and ignorant" after appearing to suggest nuns do not make good teachers.
The Commonwealth Games in Glasgow last year was delivered £35.5m under budget, according to the latest estimate.
The sharing of intelligence by UK agency GCHQ prior to December was unlawful, a tribunal rules.
The filming of action sequences has been restricted by authorities in Paris following last month's attacks in the French capital.
A bar that advertised a night encouraging people to dress like Jimmy Savile is criticised by the NSPCC for making light of the serial sex offender's crimes.