An Indian jewellery advertisement with Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is withdrawn after criticism that it is racist and promotes child slavery.
Attackers can take copies of fingerprints used to unlock the Samsung S5 phone, claim security researchers.
As Nasa prepares to unveil a new image to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope, the BBC's Jane McCubbin reports on how it has enhanced our appreciation of the universe.
Facebook has announced another big jump in revenue - and more people are using the site than ever before.
President Faure Gnassingbe of Togo seeks to prolong his family's 48-year rule in elections on Saturday.
Supermarket Sainsbury's is cutting about 800 jobs as part of a restructuring at its stores.
A chip shop owner loses his Court of Appeal challenge over what he claimed were "unfair, unlawful and disproportionate" parking charges.
Mortgage lending suffered a "sluggish start" to the year but lending has picked up in recent weeks, according to a trade body.
The funeral is held in India of a farmer who hanged himself in front of thousands at a political rally in Delhi.
Actor Samuel West claims a culture of low and unpaid work in the arts is a 'time bomb that stifles diversity and will destroy the industry'.
UK government borrowing was £7.4bn in March, figures show, taking the total for the financial year to £87.3bn - below the forecast made in the Budget
The number of murders and manslaughter cases in England and Wales has fallen to its lowest level for 38 years, police figures suggest.
W1A, the "mockumentary" which satirises the BBC. returns for a second series tonight
UK retail sales fall 0.5% in March month-on-month, dragged down by a 6.2% fall in sales at petrol stations, official figures show.
Bees prefer food containing neonicotinoid pesticides, according to research.
Red alert as Calbuco volcano erupts in Chile
"Major concerns" are voiced over a fire service's decision to hire a £1,250-a-day consultant to review its "culture".
The BBC's Steph McGovern reports on the events which brought the British financial system close to collapse.
Youth channel BBC Three will not move online before 2016, the channel's controller tells Broadcast magazine.
Police apologise to the principal of a County Londonderry school after three pipe bombs are found nearby.