Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan denies he was consulted over the controversial postponement of Saturday's hard-fought presidential and parliamentary elections.
A court in Egypt is to begin the retrial of two Al Jazeera journalists convicted last year of spreading false news to help a terrorist group.
A ceasefire will begin in eastern Ukraine on 15 February, say leaders as a peace roadmap is agreed after marathon talks.
Jonathan Joseph and George Kruis will get their first Twickenham starts as England name an unchanged side to face Italy.
The IMF agrees a $17.5bn loan to Ukraine as part of a new economic reform programme, which it says could represent a "turning point" for the country.
Members of the public who battled in vain to save a man from a burning toilet block are asked to get in touch with the police, who are struggling to establish how and why the victim died.
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A convicted paedophile had access to a five-year-old girl despite social services knowing about his history, it emerges.
Find out how the crisis in Ukraine has spread since November 2013, from anti-government protests in Kiev to a pro-Russian insurgency in Crimea and eastern regions.
Police Taser a man carrying two knives following a disturbance outside a primary school in Manchester.
EU finance ministers fall well short of an agreement on the Greek bailout but there may still be room for compromise.
Dealing with acute social problems affecting children and young people in England and Wales costs £17bn a year of public money, suggests research.
The film version of erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey has its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival in Germany.
A metro transport network and faster broadband are top of the shopping list for the new Cardiff Capital Region.
The world's second biggest miner, Rio Tinto, announces a $2bn share buyback despite profits being hit by falling commodity prices.
A former executive of Korean Air is sentenced to one year in prison for breaking aviation law after forcing a plane back in a row over nuts.
The UK government should have known HSBC was helping wealthy clients evade tax as far back as 2010, the whistleblower at the centre of the story says.
Hywel Griffith reports on a new generation of smart cameras which can can sense and even predict outbreaks of violence.
England captain Eoin Morgan says his team will not be intimidated by tournament favourites Australia in the World Cup opener.
The award-winning American war reporter Bob Simon has died in a car crash in New York, his network says.