National / International News
A man who threatened to kill an MP and planted a hoax bomb at her Belfast office is jailed for 18 months.
Courier firm Yodel, the second -biggest courier in the UK, faces criticism for delivery failures over Mother's Day flowers.
Wales "open" to a call from prop Adam Jones after Samson Lee's Six Nations injury, with a view to the former returning.
Blackberry-owned company Secusmart has shown off a secure tablet in collaboration with Samsung and IBM.
Robert Durst's arrest for murder brings into focus a life punctuated by sometimes horrific, sometimes bizarre, incidents.
Thousands of people in Crimea are celebrating the anniversary of the Russian annexation that took place last spring.
Police condemn onlookers who shouted "Jump!" to a man they were trying to talk down from a tall building.
The wife of Burundi opposition politician Agathon Rwasa has been shot and wounded in the capital amid rising tensions ahead of elections.
The internal BBC investigation into Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson's suspension from the programme gets under way.
A further UK healthcare worker has been flown back to the UK after suspected contact with Ebola.
A law degree drop-out is jailed for life for battering a stranger's head with a brick while high on a synthetic drug.
The devastation Cyclone Pam caused in Vanuatu
Images from around the world: 16 March
The unexpected perils of feeding bread to ducks
An Australian man who worked for the Silk Road pleads guilty to charges of drug trafficking and money laundering in the US
Tony Blair may get a new role in the Middle East amid question about his current job as a peace envoy in the region.
Gareth Bale responds to criticism of his Real Madrid form by covering his ears as he celebrates scoring against Levante.
Fashion designer's attempt to fight back
President Vladimir Putin appears in public for the first time in 10 days - an absence which fuelled intense speculation about his health.
A planned meeting between Gerry Adams and a high level US State Department official in Washington this week will not now happen, the BBC has learned.