A recording of Cambridge spy emerges from the archives
Labour's Rachel Reeves hits back at suggestions from a Tory backbencher that she would not be able to give a government job her "full attention", while expecting a baby.
Shia rebels in Yemen threaten to arrest and try the prime minister and all members of his cabinet for treason if they refuse to return to work.
President Barack Obama and Congress are at loggerheads over homeland security's $40bn (£26bn) budget, with time running out to secure a deal.
Chancellor George Osborne likens Labour to "arsonists throwing rocks at firefighters" over HSBC, as he defends the government's record on tackling tax evasion.
Prison officials in south Texas are transferring hundreds of inmates after the men took control of the facility and set fires.
Kenya's top court throws out key aspects of new anti-terrorism legislation, including clauses that curbed media freedom and capped refugee numbers.
The parents of an ex-police officer and Chelsea fan involved in an alleged racist incident on the Paris Metro say they are "shocked and worried" for him.
The Pakistani military arrests a man suspected of planning December's attack on a school in Peshawar, which killed at least 150 people.
A court in the Maldives denies bail to former President Mohamed Nasheed who was arrested on Sunday under anti-terror laws.
Two UK soldiers were killed in "friendly fire" in Afghanistan when they were hit by an anti-tank missile attack ordered by their Danish counterparts, an inquest hears.
The Archbishop of Canterbury says it is "embarrassing" the Church of England pays some staff less than the living wage - despite its calls to the contrary.
Broadcasting watchdog Ofcom says it will investigate Channel 4 drama UKIP: The First 100 Days after it received more than 5,000 complaints.
Only smart syringes that break after one use should be used for injections by 2020, the World Health Organisation has announced. But how do they work?
A stag gore victim who complained that newspapers made "inappropriate" references to her transgender status joins a committee regulating the press.
Apple is to invest 1.7bn euros (£1.25bn) developing data centres in the Republic of Ireland and Denmark.
The Indonesians sending aid money back to Australia
Worcester City manager Carl Heeley is supportive of Shab Khan following the defender's 'body slam' against Stockport.
BBC Inside Out meets two tanning addicts.
Paul Kenyon meets children who are travelling alone from Africa to Europe, in search of a better life.