Film director Danny Boyle expresses concern about the gathering of personal data by companies such as Facebook and Google.
A 4.2 magnitude earthquake has been recorded in Kent, the British Geological Survey (BGS) says.
Thousands turn out at a mass funeral in the Colombian town of Salgar for victims of Monday's devastating mudslide that killed at least 84 people.
Former Korean Air executive Heather Cho, who was jailed for an outburst over macadamia nuts, has been freed after winning a court appeal.
Who made it through the second semi-final of 2015's Eurovision Song Contest?
When it comes to education in South Korea, the demand is so strong it accounts for 12% of all consumer spending.
A British schoolgirl's plan to travel to Syria to join Islamic State has been disrupted after an undercover newspaper investigation, police say.
Mexican investigators are probing the disappearance of at least 15 people in Chilapa, Guerrero state, after it was overrun in early May by gunmen.
Voters in the Republic of Ireland are due to take part in a referendum on legalising same-sex marriage.
With an EU referendum on the horizon, we look at the main economic arguments for and against Britain's membership.
Two men captured by Ukrainian troops confess to being members of the Russian armed forces, according to European mediators.
Cate Blanchett on her new film Carol
English National Ballet are to move to a new "state of the art" home in east London in 2018, its artistic director announces.
Support for vulnerable children in England is at risk as funding ebbs away, analysis by Barnardo's suggests.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan begins the process of creating more free schools, which she describes as "engines of social justice".
Photographer Alison Baskerville's pictures of women she met in the capital of Somaliland.
Campaign group Action on Sugar welcomes Tesco's commitment to reduce added sugars by 5% per year in all their own-label soft drinks.
The label of a parcel destined for an officer on the ill-fated Titanic is up for auction.
Researchers discover the 425-million-year-old remains of a new species of parasite - still clamped to the host animal it invaded.
A man accused of hacking US computers, battling for the return of property seized by police, is given back 25 of the 31 items.