The foreign ministers of China, Japan and South Korea are set to meet for the first time in three years, amid territorial and diplomatic tensions.
The second run of the Large Hadron Collider is set to ramp up next week but beams will not go 'full circle' before Wednesday, say scientists at Cern.
Climate scientists at leading universities are joining forces to discuss the basis for a set of principles governing investment in fossil fuels.
Health campaigners says they are concerned by the delay in introducing a vaccine that protects against a deadly form of meningitis, called Men B.
Do the people of Nigeria believe Boko Haram can be beaten, or are some sceptical that the current government military offensive is all being done for political gain ahead of postponed elections, asks Chris Ewokor.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie will say that only his party can prevent a return to the "see-saw economics of the past".
Two Tunisians who rely on the tourism industry reflect on the effect the gun attacks could have on their livelihood.
A Royal Navy officer is fined £5,000 for forging the signature of an officer who complained against him.
Political donations are back in the news, with the "unmasking" of a Labour donor from a City hedge fund and fresh claims about Lib Dem funding.
Canada's Milos Raonic saves three match points to beat world number three Rafael Nadal in the last-eight at Indian Wells.
Watchmakers pushing the boundaries of a centuries-old craft
Will Gompertz considers the contributions of Kevin Spacey and Richard Attenborough towards making the arts for everyone.
The ancient city that's quickly crumbling away
On 20 March 1917, a baby girl was given a name heavy with history.
From London to Minneapolis to probe one of Prince's secrets
The dinner date that could help change a whole country
Death Row Records co-founder Marion "Suge" Knight has been taken to hospital after collapsing in court in Los Angeles.
Top California winemakers are rejecting claims made in a lawsuit that several low-cost wines contain dangerous levels of arsenic.
Islamic State says its militants carried out suicide bombings on two mosques in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, that killed at least 137 people.
Newcastle manager John Carver says he expects a significant number of players to leave Newcastle United in the summer.