More than 1,000 ex-senior police officers are seeking compensation after being forced to retire under the controversial A19 regulation.
A state judge will oversee the court in Ferguson, Missouri, after a highly critical US Department of Justice report.
Australian government says it plans to restore hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer assistance to the ailing car manufacturing sector.
Bangladesh asks North Korea to remove one of its envoys after he was caught trying to smuggle 27kg (59lb) of gold into the country.
"Apologists" for those who commit acts of terrorism are partly responsible for the violence, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will say later.
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff signs a new law which sets tough new penalties for domestic violence and the killing of women and girls.
Seventy years ago on the night of 9-10 March, in the Japanese capital, 334 American B-29 bombers dropped thousands of tonnes of incendiary bombs on the city's crowded wooden neighbourhoods.
China's core inflation rate rose 1.4% in February from a year earlier, recovering from a more than five-year low and exceeding most expectations.
The death of Russian leader Konsantin Chernenko 30 years ago marked the start of the transformation of Russian society, and international relations, says Prof Archie Brown.
After recent allegations of foreign policy failures, the BBC's James Robbins looks at where Britain stands now on the global stage.
Western arguments about how to counter President Vladimir Putin's support for east Ukraine separatists are leading to clashes over the question of how deeply involved Russia's military is in the conflict, says Mark Urban.
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The murder of an Iraqi migrant has Muslims in Texas looking for answers just weeks after three Muslim students were killed in North Carolina.
Louis van Gaal says Angel Di Maria can have "no excuses" for his FA Cup quarter-final sending off against Arsenal.
Plans to require future governments to honour an overseas aid spending target are set to become law in a move welcomed by campaigners.
Comedian Jason Manford says the BBC's decision to "ban" all-male panels is "brilliant" but should not have been made public.
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The 20-strong longlist for this year's Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction features five debut novels, alongside an author nominated for her 20th book.
Dutch Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten and his state secretary resign after misleading parliament over compensation for a convicted drug trafficker.
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