The Indonesian government has increased subsidised fuel prices by over 30% in an attempt to save the economy more than $8bn (£5bn) in 2015.
Alex Salmond will address parliament for the last time as first minister before standing down from the job.
The family of a British surgeon killed in a Syrian prison plan to take the case to the International Criminal Court.
The need for smooth and orderly transfers of power in Saudi Arabia has become more crucial than ever - but who will inherit the kingdom in the coming years is a thorny issue yet to be resolved, says Gerald Butt.
The question how severe is the threat to the UK posed by so-called Islamic State is really difficult to answer, says Dominic Casciani.
Vaccinating a remote community in DR Congo
Australia and India pledge to push for a major free trade deal, as India's PM Narendra Modi makes a historic speech to parliament in Canberra.
Is violence more common in gay relationships?
Vulnerable prisoners at a problem jail in Worcestershire are resorting to self-harm to address basic issues, according to inspectors.
Alan Johnson has ruled out being Labour leader. Hasn't he?
Footballers Cristiano Ronaldo, Didier Drogba and Gareth Bale have all appeared in a new Ebola awareness campaign run by Fifa.
What did St Paul say about women?
Anatomy lessons from 500 years ago
Is there a right way to deal with jihadists who want to come home?
The NHS ombudsman - the independent service that investigates patients' complaints - is wholly ineffective and failing families, warns the Patients Association.
More than one in 10 men have paid for sex, according to a major study of British sexual habits.
A council's failure to respond to a damning report on the Trojan Horse scandal is labelled "astonishing" by Sir Michael Wilshaw, the head of Ofsted.
As Iran and six world powers begin a "final" round of talks on Tehran's nuclear programme, BBC Persian's Kasra Naji assesses the chances of a deal.
The number of terrorist attacks and deaths from terrorism rose sharply in 2013, with Islamist militants behind most cases, a new report says.
Concerns about police failures to investigate hundreds of thousands of crimes, including sex offences, make headlines, along with the return of bird flu.