Images from around the world: 12 January
A jury goes out to consider its verdict in the trial of an ex-lover of Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins accused of child sex abuse image offences.
Young men working in the communications industry are the most likely to miss the looming tax return deadline, figures suggest.
The privately built Dragon capsule has docked with the International Space Station carrying a much needed cargo of supplies.
If official inflation falls below 1% tomorrow, which seems more-or-less certain, would that matter?
David Cameron says the law must be changed to stop suspected terrorists from using "safe spaces" to communicate with each other.
The BBC's Chris Bockman says security is tight at a Jewish school in Toulouse which was the scene of a fatal attack in 2012 by French Islamist Mohammed Merah.
A yellow "be aware" warning for snow, hail and ice is issued for much of Wales for Tuesday as strong winds caused power and travel disruption on Monday.
Google has been criticised by Microsoft after the search giant publicised a security flaw in Windows - which some said put users at risk.
Google creates a doodle to honour a Kenyan who holds the world record for being the oldest person to have enrolled in primary school.
Chessington World of Adventures is fined £150,000 for safety breaches after a four-year-old girl suffered head injuries in a 14ft (4.2m) fall.
Director Francesco Rosi, one of Italy's most acclaimed and influential film-makers from the 1950s to the '90s, dies at the age of 92.
Senior German politicians call for a halt to so-called anti-Islamisation rallies after the murders of 17 people in Paris by Islamist militants.
The former billionaire businessman Sean Quinn to be discharged from bankruptcy on Friday.
Calls to offer motorists the option of a Welsh flag on their driving licences are rejected by the UK government on grounds of cost.
The head of a children's home in Oxfordshire who sexually abused vulnerable children is jailed.
New footage has been released of French forces at the scene of the two siege sites on Friday, as authorities announce extra security at 'sensitive areas'.
Scientists including Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk sign a letter pledging to ensure artificial intelligence research benefits mankind.
An Afghan government of unity is announced after months of negotiations between new President Ashraf Ghani and defeated rival Abdullah Abdullah.
The Malaysian Air Force officer who leaked information to the media following the 2013 election is sacked by a military court.