Why an Indian man tortured his daughter's rapist to death
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko orders reinforcements to key cities in the south and east in case of a new pro-Russian rebel offensive.
One man's 50-year love affair with the Sydney Opera House
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.
The father of one of the women found murdered in the Hong Kong flat of a British banker says they are struggling to come to terms with her death.
A construction industry body joins writer Jeanette Winterson in condemning photos surrounding a Manchester hotel, as "sexist".
RnB star Jay Sean returns to where his music dreams first began - his former school in west London - to help inspire others.
Mark Easton visits Cornwall where there is a long tradition of political campaigning for self-government.
Prime Minister David Cameron defends his Home Secretary, Theresa May, after the home office minister, Norman Baker, resigned - saying he was unable to work with her.
The Treasury is being criticised for figures being sent to taxpayers on the cost of welfare - how accurate are its statistics?
Using a remote-controlled vehicle disguised as a penguin helps researchers study shy emperor penguins up close.