Syrian activists accuse government forces of using chlorine in an attack in the country's north-west on Monday, but officials deny the claim.
A new EU police unit aims to get better intelligence on people-smuggling gangs operating in the Mediterranean.
A Dutch UN peacekeeping helicopter crashes near Gao in northern Mali, with two people reported killed.
A north Wales health board urges patients to buy cheaper medicines themselves, rather than use free prescriptions, to save the NHS money.
Prosecutors say Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh, a former US airman, tried to travel to Syria to join Islamic State militants.
England and Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson has his bail extended following his arrest on suspicion of having sexual activity with a 15-year-old girl.
A 16-year-old boy whose two elder brothers were killed fighting Assad's forces in Syria has been barred by the High Court from travelling abroad.
The former lawyer of the Pakistani doctor who helped the CIA in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden is shot and killed in Peshawar.
Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan tells the BBC that Dick Advocaat will lay down 'strong foundations' at Sunderland.
Forensic scientists believe they have found the bones of Spanish literary giant, Miguel de Cervantes. But who was Cervantes? BBC News explains.
The boss of German Formula 1 circuit Hockenheim has reportedly said there will be no German Grand Prix this year.
The Public Accounts Committee take evidence on Aspire and higher education.
The Secret Service director Joseph Clancy asks for better training facilities as lawmakers question him over recent security lapses.
A train passenger is left 15% shorter after her back was fractured in a "prank" that went wrong, Westminster Magistrates' Court hears.
David Cameron has accepted the broadcasters' offer of one, seven-way debate at the beginning of April, Conservative sources say.
The drilling of a temporary borehole at an Afan Valley beauty spot is approved by councillors.
Twenty-one opposition MPs are expelled from Zimbabwe's parliament after they broke away to form a new party.
Scientists obtain the most detailed views yet of ice deposits inside the permanently shadowed craters at Mercury's north pole.
The fall in inflation expectations generates an annual windfall for the Treasury of around £6bn, of which £3bn or £4bn will automatically feed through to more money being available for public services and a couple of billion pounds will come off annual borrowing
Bradford City could ban a supporter for life if he is found guilty of racially abusing Reading midfielder Garath McCleary.