Prince Charles describes threats to Christians in the Middle East as "an indescribable tragedy".
Hundreds of jobs are under threat as a deal for a Swiss group to buy Pembrokeshire's Murco oil refinery collapses.
A Canadian man is offering free worldwide plane tickets to a female compatriot on one condition - she must be called Elizabeth Gallagher.
An 80-bed Ebola treatment centre, funded by the UK and built by the British Army, is to open its door near Freetown, Sierra Leone's capital.
Arsenal must wait to qualify for the Champions League knockout stages after blowing a 3-0 lead against Anderlecht.
Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox reports profits of $999m in the third quarter, buoyed by strong earnings in its film and cable television units.
The Afghan government orders the arrest of a group of men accused of gang rape, after the victim's husband made an emotional appeal.
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Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko orders reinforcements to key cities in the south and east in case of a new pro-Russian rebel offensive.
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The DUP claims a Sinn Fein junior minister should step down because she failed to report abuse claims made by Belfast woman Maíria Cahill.
NFL star running back Adrian Peterson admits the reckless assault of his four-year-old son, but avoids jail after reaching a plea agreement.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker criticises British and Italian leaders for their behaviour after a meeting last month.
Premature twins die and their mother remains in a coma six days after paramedics responding to a 999 call were unable to get into a tower block.
Police in Mexico City have arrested the fugitive mayor of the town of Iguala, where 43 students went missing in September.
At least nine people are killed in Saudi Arabia in two gun battles believed to be linked to Shia Muslims as they mark the festival of Ashura.
A 38-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of manslaughter after the death of a man at a skate park at the weekend.
Coast guard officials in the Libyan capital have told the BBC they have stopped the patrols intended to prevent migrants from trying to cross the Mediterranean.
One village in Sierra Leone, too remote to receive help from the authorities, is dealing with Ebola by keeping the dying on one side of the main road, and the living on the other.
James Anderson is out of England's one-day series against Sri Lanka later this month as he recovers from a knee injury.