Turkish troops reportedly cross the Syrian border and pass through Kobane to relieve the garrison at the Suleyman Shah tomb - a Turkish enclave.
Two astronauts spend six hours installing new cabling on the outside of the International Space Station.
The government pledges to double the number of experts who help vulnerable witnesses and victims in courts in England and Wales.
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Thousands of allegations of abuse and neglect of elderly people were made in England last year, the BBC learns.
The fate of Japanese-Latin Americans during World War Two
A ceremony is held in New York's Harlem to honour black civil rights leader Malcolm X at the site where he was assassinated 50 years ago.
Britain's Martin Murray suffers an 11th-round defeat by WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin in Monte Carlo.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho blames four key moments after his Premier League leaders are held to a draw by Burnley.
With the 2015 Academy Awards taking place in Los Angeles on Sunday, the BBC's Will Gompertz explains all about the Oscars.
Newcastle's display in a 5-0 loss at Manchester City was "pathetic and embarrassing", says former striker Alan Shearer.
Homeless people in the UK are getting free meals thanks to a centuries-old Sikh tradition. Why, asks Rajeev Gupta.
The shark attack survivor who sticks up for sharks
Workers at the National Gallery are to stage a series of fresh strikes in a row over the privatisation of services.
Stories affecting children are on front pages, with the Sunday Mirror claiming an "exclusive" report on a woman who says she fears Jimmy Savile is her father.
The leader of Britain's trade union movement calls for Channel 4's Immigration Street documentary to be shelved.
After being fouled by Stockport's Charlie Russell, Worcester City's Shab Khan responds by throwing him to the floor.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman says some players leave clubs for money and not for footballing reasons.
Councillor Rozanne Duncan, expelled by the UK Independence Party over what Nigel Farage described as "deeply racist comments", says she has no regrets.
The UKIP leader Nigel Farage has condemned what he's described as "deeply racist" comments that led to the expulsion of a party member.