The case of a woman murdered by her boyfriend after a 999 delay will be referred to ministers, William Hague tells MPs.
MEPs will consider proposals that would maintain data roaming charges and introduce priority internet access for some specialist services.
Hall and Oates are suing a Brooklyn-based cereal firm claiming their granola Haulin' Oats infringes their trademark.
A controlled explosion is carried out on an incendiary bomb found in the grounds of Ballycastle Police Station in County Antrim.
Fierce clashes are reported in the Syrian city of Aleppo, near an intelligence facility attacked on Wednesday, as a barrel bomb attack leaves 18 dead.
Wales captain Sam Warburton and fly-half Dan Biggar are passed fit for the Six Nations match against Ireland in Cardiff.
Images from around the world: 5 March
Three popular Kenyan TV channels are due to return to air, ending a three-week protest in which they turned off their digital signals.
Ukraine's parliament passes a new law to increase the size of the armed forces to counter the threat from pro-Russian separatists in the east.
Gift Horse, a skeletal sculpture which displays a live feed from the London Stock Exchange, has been unveiled on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square.
The Spy Who Loved School Dinners and The Silly Book of Side-Splitting Stuff win 2015's Blue Peter Book Awards, as young readers celebrate World Book Day.
DNA samples reveal two species of forest-dwelling birds on remote Indonesian islands are actually members of the ground-dwelling pipit and wagtail family.
A chemistry teacher from Manchester who was planning to travel to Syria "to fight jihad" is jailed for six years.
Newcastle United defender Jonas Gutierrez says he will remember his comeback from testicular cancer for the rest of his life.
UK interest rates are kept unchanged again by the Bank of England, meaning they have now been at their record low of 0.5% for six years.
A robber who boasted on Facebook about his plans to raid a supermarket is caught red-handed by police.
Child rappers with guns put French suburbs in spotlight
A prisoner wins a landmark ruling that could see the smoking ban applied in state prisons in England and Wales.
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The Olympics are meant to unite... try telling that to Britain's football officials as a row looms over Rio participation.