Lebanese security forces raid a prison after an investigation found detainees were connected to a suicide attack at the weekend, officials say.
Environmental health officials are going to a Cornwall beach where a dead whale washed up to advise on how to dispose of the animal.
A hospital in south Wales chains toys to children's beds in a bid to prevent them being stolen.
Only 45% of new pensioners will be entitled to the full, new, flat-rate state pension in the first five years of the system, the government says.
A nitrogen leak has led to the deaths of two people in a TV factory run by South Korean firm LG.
The number of people killed after drinking a "poisoned" homemade beer in central Mozambique rises to 69, state radio reports.
Survitec, the safety and survival equipment maker, which has a factory in Dunmurry is sold to Canadian private equity firm, Onex.
A court in Egypt clears 26 men arrested in a police raid on a Cairo bath house last month and charged with "inciting debauchery".
The price of Brent crude oil drops more than 2% to below $49 a barrel, its lowest level since April 2009.
The scriptwriter and producer Brian Clemens, responsible for TV hits including The Avengers, New Avengers and The Professionals, dies aged 83.
The French police and intelligence agencies have many questions to examine following the Paris attacks, says Jawad Iqbal.
A 76-year-old man is reported to prosecutors over a hit-and-run incident in Newton Mearns in East Renfrewshire.
The Catholic Archbishop of Jos, in central Nigeria, accuses the West of ignoring the threat posed by the militant Islamist group, Boko Haram.
The UK's two largest airports, Heathrow and Gatwick, both report record passenger numbers for last year.
Divers have retrieved the flight data recorder from AirAsia Flight QZ8501, which could help explain why it crashed into the Java Sea.
Allegations which resulted in former Baywatch star Jeremy Jackson being thrown out of the Celebrity Big Brother house are investigated by police.
Pupils and teachers have been returning to the school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar for the first time since at least 150 people were killed in a Taliban attack last month.
Fawaz A Gerges explains how the jihadist militant group Islamic State has risen to power, and how it might be more fragile than many assume.
Young Woman Engineer of the Year 2014, Naomi Mitchison, explains why she chose the career, as Engineering UK warns that Britain's economy could miss out on £27 billion a year over the next decade because of a shortage of engineers.
As the 30th Africa Cup of Nations prepares to kick off, BBC Africa takes 60 seconds to tot up the tournament in numbers.