Millions of pounds worth of property and land along the preferred route for an M4 relief road around Newport is owned by the Welsh government, BBC Wales can reveal.
A BBC Spotlight investigation uncovers 731 photographs of schoolgirls from Northern Ireland on a pornographic website used by paedophiles.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi sets off on a tour which will take in summits and key bilateral talks in Myanmar, Australia and Fiji.
A swan has caused a queue of aircraft at Heathrow, leaving passengers waiting while staff tried to escort it from the runway.
At least 50 people are killed after a passenger bus collided with a truck in southern Pakistan.
The Who are joined by some of the bands they have influenced at a rehearsal for a special charity concert.
Labour plans to use an opposition day debate next week to give MPs a chance to vote on the European Arrest Warrant, the BBC understands.
A facility in County Antrim that works to reduce the harm caused by drugs will close early next year because of a lack of funding.
World governments are breaking promises to phase out subsidies for fossil fuels, a report by the Overseas Development Institute says.
Former England footballer Jimmy Greaves is to auction the World Cup winner's medal fans campaigned for more than 40 years for him to receive.
The UN mediator in the Syrian conflict, Staffan de Mistura, tells the BBC he believes there is a fresh opportunity to resolve the country's crisis.
Social networking giant Facebook said its new messaging service now has more than 500 million users - more than doubling since April.
Eight women die after botched sterilisation surgery at a government-run health camp in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh.
Shrien Dewani "knows everything" about the alleged conspiracy which led to the murder of his new wife in South Africa, a court hears.
A report into how the Home Office, police and prosecutors dealt with claims of organised child abuse in the 1970s, 80s and 90s is being published.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping urges Asia-Pacific nations to accelerate economic integration to spur growth, on day two of the Apec summit.
From Bletchley Park to Lloyd George and life in the Lords
Richard Flanagan's Man Booker Prize winning novel The Narrow Road to the Deep North is among eight contenders for Waterstones Book of the Year 2014.
TV presenter Chris Packham writes an open letter to TV presenters Ant and Dec to ask the pair to end "abuse of animals" in I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!
Questions are being asked about what impact a flagship government scheme to improve the care of vulnerable patients in England will have.