How a young survivor's drawings helped bring the Holocaust to life
Finding a new job after hanging up the tennis racquet
Syriza's election victory in Greece raises some difficult questions for the other countries using the currency and for the European institutions.
Water everywhere in Malawi and not a drop to drink
Menachem Bodner is one of many Holocaust survivors searching for relatives 70 years on.
Victims of crime in England and Wales are still being let down by the justice system, says an independent review by Victims' Commissioner Baroness Newlove.
The woman who left Germany for a gorge on the Chechen border
How to build the world's tallest lift
Scotland's largest hospital is due to be officially handed over to NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
Families with young children and poorer households have been worst affected by government changes to tax and benefits, according to a new report.
A UK government minister apologies after giving a watch to the mayor of Taipei, not realising it was a taboo act in Chinese culture.
Ten people have been killed and 13 injured at a military base in Spain, when a Greek fighter jet lost power and crashed into other aircraft parked on the ground.
NATO has dismissed as "nonsense" claims by Vladimir Putin that NATO soldiers are fighting alongside Ukrainian government troops in Eastern Ukraine.
Survivors have returned to Auschwitz to remember those lost and to be reunited with fellow captives, 70 years after the camp was liberated.
Russia's credit rating is cut to junk by US ratings agency Standard and Poor's for the first time in a decade.
A French court stops parents from naming their baby girl Nutella after the hazelnut spread, ruling that it would make her the target of derision.
A former CIA officer has been convicted of leaking classified details of a US operation against Iran to a New York Times reporter.
Microsoft reports falling profits but sales were helped by strong Xbox sales over the holiday season.
DR Congo coach Florent Ibenge and Tunisia counterpart Georges Leekens admit qualifying for the last eight has been tough.
Gordon Corera looks back over the case of Alexander Litvinenko as the public inquiry begins.