French police detain four people over the Islamist attacks in Paris on a satirical magazine and a Jewish supermarket in which 17 people died.
Tributes have been paid to a grandmother who died in a crash in Powys, which also killed three teenagers.
A forensic imagery analyst tells a murder trial there is "moderate support" to contend that the alleged gunman filmed on CCTV is the same man on trial for the killing.
The White House accuses the US Congress of interfering on Iran after Republican senators send a letter to the Iranian government.
When people argue about free schools, they're often not really arguing about free schools, but what they think they will become.
A village mayor in eastern Germany resigns after threats to march on his house by far-right protesters angry about plans to house asylum seekers.
A record-breaking attempt to fly around the world in a solar-powered plane has completed its first leg.
England need to bring in a new one-day coach from abroad to change attitudes, says BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew.
A regional force recaptures the Nigerian town of Damasak a day after launching an air and ground offensive against militant group Boko Haram, sources say.
The US has sanctioned at least seven Venezuelan officials for the government's treatment of political opponents and public corruption.
Video of a man clinging to windscreen wipers as he was carried along a dual carriageway near Camberley is released by police.
Stuart Gulliver, the chief executive of HSBC, tells MPs his personal financial arrangements have led HSBC to suffer reputational damage.
A pre-election Budget with major tax cuts and spending pledges would not be "credible", says Business Secretary Vince Cable.
As Chechens are held over the killing of Boris Nemtsov, BBC News examines the bond between President Putin and the Chechen leader, Ramzan Kadyrov.
A Sri Lankan court issues a travel ban on Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, the former president's brother, as a boatload of weapons is investigated.
Rory McIlroy admits he has work to do to get his game in shape before going for a career grand slam at the Masters.
A leading pension body calls for the immediate resignation of Sir John Sunderland, chair of Barclays' pay review committee, as pay row continues.
A former children's services boss has been sacked after a "botched review" caused the department to "fall apart".
As hundreds of soldiers from Chad and Niger cross the border into Nigeria to fight Boko Haram, Thomas Fessy joins US and African soldiers taking part in training exercises in Chad.
Mohammed Emwazi, the man otherwise known as "Jihadi John", wanted to carry out "acts of terrorism" in Tanzania, one of its top officials believes.