The risk of Germany slipping into recession has eased after surprisingly strong growth of 0.7% in the fourth quarter of 2014, analysts say.
A 25-year-old man jailed in a notorious Indonesian prison for violating visa rules is settling back into family life.
James Anderson ridicules criticism by Geoffrey Boycott about the batting of England's World Cup captain Eoin Morgan.
Two Al Jazeera journalists imprisoned in Egypt for more than a year, Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohammed, leave prison after being bailed by a court.
Virgin Media announces what it calls the biggest investment in broadband infrastructure in the UK for more than a decade.
Taking hormone replacement therapy for even short periods of time can increase the risk of ovarian cancer, a study shows.
Paul Lambert was given transfer funds at Aston Villa but made a team that was not "fun to watch", claims a club director.
The US charges a police officer in Alabama after a 57-year-old Indian was thrown to the ground, an incident he says left him partially paralysed.
A 53-year-old woman is charged with murder after an 81-year-old man was found dead at a care home in North Yorkshire.
Whistleblower Herve Falciani says he feels vindicated after his email to HMRC offering details of bank account holders in Switzerland is uncovered by Le Monde newspaper.
Captain Charlotte Edwards leads the way as England beat New Zealand by 90 runs in their second one-day international.
Four men are rescued after a fishing boat sank near Bardsey Island off the north Wales coast in rough seas.
Trinity Mirror - the owner and publisher of the Daily Mirror and the Sunday Mirror - apologises to "all its victims of phone hacking".
A campaign urging more women to become firefighters is launched as figures show they make up just 2% of the south Wales service's operational workforce.
A solicitor is awarded £8,000 after she won a sex discrimination case against her employer, the Equality Commission.
Embrace the attention, use the conditions, cramp the favourites' style: what are the ingredients for a classic FA Cup giant-killing?
The stars, director and author defend Fifty Shades of Grey after domestic abuse protesters target its London premiere.
Two Saudi women who were detained for defying the kingdom's ban on female drivers are freed after more than 70 days in custody, reports say.
Northern Ireland's first minister is among those who have offered sympathy to the family of Fermanagh teenager Oisin McGrath.
Bankers guilty of misconduct would have to pay back bonuses received up to 10 years ago, under banking reforms outlined by the Labour Party.