One of the killers of a couple from Denbighshire is reported to be on the run.
Dog who died after competing at Crufts appears to have ingested poison in Belgium, Kennel Club says
Flat racing's Jockeys' Championship will now take place between May and October and offer cash prizes to the winning jockeys.
A man who stabbed a member of the Fiennes family in the heart with a pair of scissors is sentenced to an indefinite hospital.
A Fife street cleaner who reversed over an OAP and dragged her along the road, which killed her, admits death by dangerous driving.
Italian police arrest four people and raid dozens of premises over suspicious public works contracts worth some €25m (£18m; $26m).
Syria's president is awaiting "actions" from the US after Secretary of State John Kerry says negotiations to end the country's war should include him.
A teenager is arrested by police investigating a racist tweet aimed at Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck.
Police arrest an American millionaire from a prominent New York family on suspicion of murder after he appears to admit to several killings in a recording.
Cult 90s film The Crow will be remade at the Pinewood Studios in Cardiff, the first minister announces.
A South African court grants bail to a woman who pleads not guilty to a charge of murdering hip-hop star Nkululeko 'Flabba' Habedi.
Votes can now be cast in an online poll to choose what could become Britain's first national bird.
The parents of a so-called "jihadi bride" from Scotland say their daughter denies recruiting three London girls to the cause of Islamic State.
A man suspected of murdering a woman in a Cardiff hotel room on New Year's Eve is to be extradited at the end of the month.
The Quartet's Middle East envoy Tony Blair could never bring peace to the region, writes the BBC's Paul Adams.
A long-running tribute to late fantasy author Terry Pratchett is being staged with the help of some of the web's servers
This season, the US city saw more snowfall than any winter since 1872, when records were first kept.
After years of violence in north-east Nigeria, military forces from Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger have been taking back towns lost to Boko Haram, the BBC's Tomi Oladipo reports.
Labour leader Ed Miliband rules out a coalition with the SNP, saying there are "big differences" between the parties.
Venezuelan opposition politicians slam a new law which grants President Nicolas Maduro the power to govern by decree until 31 December.