Around 2,000 people demonstrate outside a traditional coffee house in Vienna for ejecting a lesbian couple for kissing.
Security has been tightened across Europe, as Belgium joins France in deploying troops alongside police after a series of anti-terror raids.
India is one of the biggest oil importers, but is the low price of crude all good news for the country and its people?
The Paris attacks have raised the question of how immigrants deal with identity and a sense of belonging, says BBC social affairs reporter John McManus.
Saving Bosnia's history from the ashes
The dashing captain who died too soon to be Lawrence of Arabia
Pope Francis will meet survivors of Typhoon Haiyan, which killed more than 7,000 in 2013, in Tacloban on the second day of his Philippines visit.
The childhood fascination that has endured nearly 200 years
A vigil for three year old Mikaeel Kular from Edinburgh whose body was found a year ago is being held later.
Putting a Victorian curry recipe to the test
US police officers are being criticised for using mug shots of black suspects for target practice at a shooting range in Florida.
Why are so many British explorers privately educated?
A review into how the Department for Education dealt with concerns over extremism in Birmingham schools is 'farcical', a headteacher tells the BBC.
A fifth of VAT raised on unhealthy foods should go back to councils to fund health and leisure facilities, the Local Government Association says.
Poor sleep in teenage years could be an early warning sign for alcohol problems, illicit drug use and regretful sexual behaviour, according to US research.
In this week's vlog, Will Gompertz considers the question of whether art imitates life, or life imitate art.
More than half of secondary school boys and two-thirds of girls never shower after PE, A study suggests.
The inventor and entrepreneur Elon Musk has shared video footage of the moment his SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket crashed into a floating spaceport.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho insists he and Chelsea are treated differently, as he contests a disciplinary charge.
Counter-terror measures across Europe are once again on some front pages, while other papers focus on financial matters.