Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is to be become the chairman of an organisation that combats anti-Semitism and racism in Europe.
Live anthrax was mistakenly sent to 51 labs in 17 American states and three other countries, more than double the original estimate.
Two MPs will have their legal challenge to the government's emergency surveillance law heard by the High Court later.
Relatives of some of the hundreds missing after a boat capsized on China's Yangtze River visit the site to protest against a lack of information.
Letters from the 1980s have been released, in which MP Geoffrey Dickens called for then-Home Secretary Leon Brittan to ban a pro-paedophilia group.
The Home Office has "insufficient information" on how much further it can cut police funding without "degrading services", a report says.
Can Somaliland's forgotten fishing town reinvent itself?
Turkey's voters elect a new parliament on Sunday, with the governing Justice and Development (AK) Party hoping to secure a large enough majority to press for a new, presidential constitution.
A report from the Chatham House think tank makes the case for a very different strategy for dealing with Russia.
Fiona Trott discovers to what extent the evidence of so-called vigilante groups is used by police investigating suspected paedophiles.
St Benet's Hall is set to become the last academic institution in Oxford University to change from a single sex college to become co-educational
The US state of Nevada has approved a new tax on live entertainment, which includes a 9% charge on tickets for events such as the Burning Man festival.
Twenty four robots from across the world are to race against the clock and each other to complete eight disaster relief-themed tasks.
A computer security company has warned about a new strain of "ransomware" - while finding that even Russian hackers can be haggled down.
One Direction and Ed Sheeran helped British artists account for more than one in seven of the albums sold worldwide in 2014, says the BPI.
Many students are unconvinced they have received value for money from their university courses, according to an annual survey.
Schools are being offered new software that helps teachers spy on pupils' potentially extremist online activity.
The number of lives saved means the benefits of breast screening outweigh the risks, research suggests.
Facebook executive's message prompts discussion about grief
Low-value transactions drove a 10% rise in purchases made on a card in 2014 compared with a year earlier, new figures show.