The number of Muslim children attending schools in England and Wales has almost doubled since 2001, a report suggests.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says he is "appalled" by news that a temple dedicated to him is set to open in his home state of Gujarat.
The two men charged with planning a terror act in Sydney made a video threatening to stab kidneys and strike at necks, PM Tony Abbott tells parliament.
Making new art from old in a Nobel Prize winner's lab
The bakery helping people knead away depression
Three veteran UK election watchers on what to expect on and after the poll on 7 May 2015
People in England and Wales could now be jailed if they are caught posting intimate pictures or videos of an ex-partner online.
A victim of revenge porn explains how her ex-boyfriend posted private videos online and police couldn't help
Australia captain Michael Clarke will not play against England in the Cricket World Cup opener in Melbourne on Saturday.
Gabriel Gatehouse returns to Kiev's Maidan square
Lawyers for Britons caught up in the Costa Concordia disaster say they are continuing to fight for settlements, after the ship's captain was jailed.
Posting so-called revenge porn pictures and videos on the internet becomes a criminal offence in England and Wales later.
Shocked neighbours reflect on tragedy and parking rows
Nigel Farage says the Conservatives and Labour both "fear" UKIP holding the balance of power after May's election.
Music streamed on sites like Spotify and Deezer will be counted towards the UK album chart from March, the Official Charts Company announces.
How will new album chart include fans who listen via streaming?
The US House of Representatives has given its final approval to a bill - already passed by the Senate - backing the Keystone XL pipeline.
Talks on the future of Greece's debt repayments have been "constructive" but no agreement has been reached, both sides confirm.
Japanese shares rose despite news that the latest talks in the euro zone over Greece ended without a resolution.
The West, led by the US, has the capacity to make Russia think twice about aggression in Ukraine, says Mark Mardell - the question is whether it has the will.