Images of three men sought in connection with an incident of alleged racism by Chelsea fans on the Paris Metro on Tuesday are released.
Native design sparks Fashion Week controversy
The former first lady of Virginia, Maureen McDonnell, is sentenced to one year and one day in prison for her part in a corruption case.
As Ukraine holds a ceremony to mark the first anniversary of the fatal clashes in central Kiev's Maidan Square, Paul Adams reports from the strategically important town of Debaltseve in the east.
A man has been jailed for an attack on a female police officer that was captured on her body-worn camera.
The winds blasted out by supermassive black holes at the centre of galaxies are strong enough to slow the birth of new stars, astronomers reveal.
Chelsea suspend two more people from attending Stamford Bridge as a result of investigations into an incident of alleged racism on the Paris Metro.
Indian health experts are struggling to contain the spread of swine flu, which has killed more than 700 in the deadliest outbreak in five years.
The trial of former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn ends in France, with a judge declaring he will deliver his verdict on 12 June.
Kellie Maloney considers applying for a promoter's licence after relinquishing her original licence to start gender reassignment.
UN investigators say they are poised to reveal the names of an estimated 200 individuals suspected of committing war crimes in Syria.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers criticises his players' "etiquette" over a penalty in their 1-0 Europa League win.
Cyclone Marcia sign language interpreter goes viral
Dr Erin Saltman describes how Islamic State propaganda specifically targets women.
As crises unfold on Europe's eastern and southern flanks, diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus asks if strategic vision is lacking to deal with them.
West Ham have been fined £30,000 by the Football Association for failing to control their players at St Mary's.
Tests for a gene that increases the chances of cancer are being denied to patients in Wales - despite it being available in England.
A Californian start-up will be allowed to advertise a mail order DNA test that screens for a rare genetic condition.
Wales' Mark Williams beats Marco Fu and John Higgins overcomes Stephen Maguire to reach the Welsh Open semi-finals.
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