West Yorkshire Police charge 25 men with child sex offences including rape, grooming and trafficking.
Ivory Coast make it into their third Africa Cup of Nations final in nine years after proving too strong for DR Congo.
Convicted al-Qaeda plotter Zacarias Moussaoui has claimed members of the Saudi royal family helped fund the 9/11 attacks.
Stuart Lancaster tells BBC Sports Editor Dan Roan that this is the biggest year ever for rugby union in England.
New cases of Ebola have gone up for first time this year in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, the WHO says, as it releases its latest weekly figures.
A man who suffered a heart attack hours after complaining of chest pains to a doctors wins the right to a substantial payout.
The leader of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party, Nikos Michaloliakos, and more than 70 party members are to go on trial, court officials say.
The son who died in a learning disabilities care home
A woman who knocked down and killed an elderly couple by overtaking at a pedestrian crossing is jailed.
Comedians defend themselves after YouTube controversy
Serena Williams ends her boycott of Indian Wells, 14 years after suffering racist abuse at the tournament.
Oscars, acting and singing on the tube
Louis van Gaal is charged by the FA over media comments he made after Manchester United's FA Cup tie at Cambridge.
Records of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere millions of years ago support current predictions on the likely future course of climate change, say scientists.
Prince Charles understands the "necessary and proper limitations" of a monarch - despite "ill-informed" media speculation, an official says.
The White House's pick for defence secretary has said he is "inclined" to send weapons to Ukraine to fight against Russian-backed rebels. Pentagon 'chief' inclined to send weapons to Ukraine
As the tribe of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh calls for revenge over his killing, BBC News asks how much power Jordan's tribes wield.
A former loyalist prisoner trying to stop police obtaining interviews he gave to a US university project is being investigated over offences of "the utmost gravity" a court has heard.
The chairman of the US's communications watchdog intends to defend the principles of net neutrality by treating net providers as utilities.
MPs take evidence on counter-terrorism and foreign fighters.