South Sudan accuses rebels of shelling the oil town of Bentiu, in what the UN calls the most serious violence since a ceasefire deal on 1 February.
Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal displays a set of diagrams to contest claims his side are using long-ball tactics.
BBC News profiles anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal who will take charge of Delhi.
Controversial patent giant Intellectual Ventures defeats cybersecurity firm Symantec after convincing a jury that two of its inventions had been infringed.
The Historical Institutional Abuse (HIA) inquiry has heard a nun has never been prosecuted, despite complaints against her by former residents of a Belfast children's care home.
Images from around the world: 10 February
Drivers who commit traffic offences in another EU country will be pursued for fines at home, under a new EU draft law.
The case for a non-white Spider-Man
Separatist forces have carried out rocket attacks on a key military headquarters and a residential area at Kramatorsk, officials say.
Lord Mandelson backs Ed Miliband's business policies but warns him about using the right "body language".
A secretary who embezzled £55,000 from a charity fund at Dundee's Ninewells Hospital is jailed for 16 months.
People who use smart devices that monitor what they do will have to get used to giving up some privacy, warns a top technologist.
Despite heightened scrutiny of school governors after the Trojan Horse scandal, it emerges that the education department has no central list of governors' identities.
Twitter's latest transparency report reveals a surge in government requests for data and the removal of certain posts.
A 3ft wide deposit of fat is found blocking a sewer beneath the streets of Cardiff.
Ofsted inspectors lacked the focus to target child abuse in Rotherham because they did not understand the scale of the problem, a former watchdog director tells MPs.
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson avoids an FA charge over a clash with James McArthur but is reminded of his responsibilities.
The families of two French girls accidentally switched at birth 20 years ago are awarded nearly €2m (£1.5m) in damages.
Martin Wheatley, head of the Financial Conduct Authority, says his organisation was not told about the HSBC tax allegations before they emerged in the media.
Video replays could be expanded throughout the game to include head injuries after George North's suspected concussion.