The Liberal Democrats will fight to build a stronger economy and a fairer society for Wales, Nick Clegg says, as he launches the party's Welsh campaign for the general election.
A 16-year-old Singaporean is charged and given S$20,000 bail over a YouTube video criticising late leader Lee Kuan Yew and Christianity.
A woman who lost her brother at Hillsborough says she can no longer face regularly attending the inquests, one year after they began.
A tenth of 12 to 13-year-olds are worried they are "addicted" to pornography, a study by the NSPCC ChildLine service has found.
A young woman talks about how her boyfriend's pornography habit led to him abusing her when she was 13.
At least six people have died in landslides following floods in Indian-administered Kashmir, officials say.
Youngsters who need treatment for mental illnesses are being sent to England despite there being beds available at a new £2.5m unit in Wales.
Britain and the United States have voiced concerns about irregularities in the counting of votes after Nigeria's elections.
The final day of negotiations over Iran's nuclear programme are taking place in Switzerland, ahead of tonight's deadline to secure a deal.
The governor of Indiana strongly defends his contentious religious freedom law, amid a backlash from gay rights supporters, including some famous names.
A Malaysian court finds a local man guilty of murdering two British medical students in Borneo.
Despite the volatility in its Asian business, the world's largest spirits maker, Diageo, says 50% of its products' sales growth will come from Asia.
Some of the biggest names in entertainment have re-launched the music subscription service Tidal, which they claim will change musical history.
Binge drinking is costing UK taxpayers £4.9bn a year, a study has suggested.
Japan extends sanctions against North Korea for two more years, citing no progress in talks on abducted Japanese nationals.
Fossils from the ocean floor are yielding clues to the Indian monsoon millions of years ago.
How Ebola still affects love lives and wallets
Betty Churcher, one of Australia's most popular and innovative arts administrators, dies at the age of 84.
Plaid Cymru will use its influence in a hung parliament to "unleash Wales' economic potential", party leader Leanne Wood says, as the party launches its election manifesto.
Do trade treaties that include investor-state dispute settlements as a right pose a threat to democracy from multinational companies?