The owners of a Peterhead fish factory say a major fire at the weekend destroyed two main areas of the facility.
Shia Houthi rebels surround the Yemeni prime minister's residence in the capital Sanaa, after a day of clashes followed by a truce, ministers say.
A six-month-old baby who was the sole survivor of a gun attack in Armenia a week ago that killed six family members dies of his injuries.
Australians try to avoid delays and taxes to access films online
A five-year-old was billed for failing to attend a friend's birthday party
A bell-ringer who became entangled in a bell rope at a Derbyshire parish church is saved by a mountain rescue team.
The human remains found at the Alexander-era tomb at Amphipolis in Greece belonged to at least five individuals, the culture ministry says.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani suffers another setback as he seeks to form a cabinet almost four months after taking office
Former European 400m hurdles champion Rhys Williams says that he is a "victim" and not a cheat after being banned for failing a drugs test.
The BBC's Will Ross reports from Nigeria on fears that Boko Haram is expanding its attacks, after 80 people were kidnapped from a village in Cameroon.
A mother is shown a video of the moment her son was killed by a police car on an emergency call, at the inquest into his death.
The American space agency's Dawn spacecraft is bearing down on Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
Equatorial Guinea FA says risk of Ebola at the Africa Cup of Nations is "under control" despite stadium entry delays.
A planned strike by civilian police staff in England and Wales on Friday in a row over pay has been called off, Unison says.
Former chief executive of Tesco, Sir Terry Leahy, has told Panorama that there was a "failure" of leadership at the retailer under his successor, Philip Clarke.
Tesco allowed the trust of its millions of customers to be "eroded," ex-boss Sir Terry Leahy tells BBC Panorama in his first detailed comments on the crisis at the retailer.
A Vietnamese pot-bellied pig in Derby has cake and music to celebrate his third birthday.
The company that owns Birmingham City FC fears that a former employee may have "misappropriated" £2.5m.
As Oxfam predicts that the richest 1% of the world's population will soon have more wealth than the rest, the BBC looks at who exactly is the top 1%.
Gary Glitter crept into a schoolgirl's bed and tried to rape her at the height of his fame, a court hears as the former pop star goes on trial for alleged sex offences.