Police stopped four or five terrorist attacks in 2014, says Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.
Shop worker Hayley Bicker wanted to raise awareness on autism after feeling shocked at people's reaction to an autistic child in a supermarket
When President Hollande was photographed on the back of a scooter at his mistress' apartment it was a story that made headlines all over the world and it lead to the break-up of his relationship with the First Lady, Valerie Trierweiler.
Eilidh Child is Scotland's Athlete of the Year, following European gold and Commonwealth silver successes.
A windsurfer dies after getting into difficulty off the coast of Portsmouth.
Other political parties are equally frightened of the threat posed by UKIP, the party's Welsh MEP Nathan Gill tells BBC Wales.
A family's car is split in two when it crashes on a Coventry road.
A DUP MLA says he is planning to bring forward a private member's bill at Stormont to introduce a "conscience clause" into aspects of equality law.
England's visually-impaired team who are preparing to take part in the fourth blind cricket World Cup later this week.
Snowfall in the north-east of the US has subsided, forecasters say, but there are now warnings of flooding as the snow melts.
The "reality is dawning" on local councils that mergers will bring a significant and permanent change, the public services minister says.
The Royal College of Nursing is warning that mental health services across the UK are under unprecedented strain.
Marion Barry, a four-term Democratic mayor of Washington DC mayor who won re-election after a drug arrest, dies at 78.
Filipino Manny Pacquiao retains his WBO welterweight title with a resounding points defeat of American Chris Algieri.
The BBC's Tulip Mazumdar has been on a trip across two West African nations affected by Ebola to see how the authorities are dealing with the virus.
A law forcing communications firms to keep details that could help identify criminals using the internet is being planned by the home secretary.
On a journey charting the impact of the disease
Are food foragers 'annoying' or unfairly maligned?
The Philippines marks the fifth anniversary of its worst political massacre, as Amnesty warns the trials risk becoming "a mockery of justice".
Doubts grow that Monday's deadline for a deal on Iran's nuclear programme will be met at talks in Vienna, as negotiators admit "big gaps" remain.