The BBC's John Sudworth has been out with students at the main Hong Kong Occupy movement's protest camp in Hong Kong's Admiralty district.
A Cambridge hospital where jailed consultant Myles Bradbury sexually abused child patients has been contacted by a number of victims about compensation, it has revealed.
The Kenyan president says "we will not flinch" in the war against Islamist group al-Shabab after a massacre near the Somali border in which 36 were killed.
World number one Michael van Gerwen will start the defence of his PDC World Championship title against Joe Cullen.
Prof Stephen Hawking, one of the world's leading scientists, warns that artificial intelligence "could spell the end of the human race".
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Iraq's central government and the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region agree a deal resolving a long-running dispute over oil exports and the budget.
The latest al-Shabab attacks again raise questions about the effectiveness of Kenyan security, says the BBC's Tom Burridge in Nairobi.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes it is up to players to "control what they say" on social media.
The BBC's Fergal Keane in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk witnesses the horrors of war - but no one will admit the ceasefire has failed.
A teenage boy was found dead in woods close to his school, an inquest hears.
The BBC's Fergal Keane visited the front lines around the rebel stronghold of Donetsk to find out what has happened to the people still living in the conflict zone in the east of Ukraine.
A class action against Apple dating back to 2006 comes to court and film of late founder Steve Jobs will be used in evidence.
Shoppers are asked if they are spending more, or less, this festive season as a gauge about the UK economy.
The EU's top court says refugees who claim asylum on the grounds that they are homosexual should not have to undergo tests to prove it.
MPs take evidence for their scrutiny of UK arms exports for 2015.
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou says he will resign as chairman of the ruling Kuomintang party, after it suffered a crushing defeat in local elections.
The Scottish Health Survey shows that although adult levels of obesity have stabilised, almost a third of children are at risk.
Britain's Chris Froome says he will compete in next year's Tour de France and will try to replicate his 2013 triumph.
Do footballers and music really mix? Meet the winner of Sweden's Pop Idol now set for a top-flight career.