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At least 115 children have been killed in a month of fighting and air strikes in Yemen, UN children's agency Unicef says.
A 14-year-old boy from Blackburn accused of inciting terrorism in Australia appears at Westminster Magistrates' Court.
The woman who challenged sexism in Silicon Valley now faces a $1m legal bill unless she agrees not to appeal.
The 18-year-old accused of causing the death of student teacher Tugce Albayrak cries in court as he admits hitting her.
Three people working to remove mines for the UN peacekeepers in DR Congo are kidnapped in an area close to the Rwandan border.
A fireman appears in court charged with five counts of manslaughter following a blaze, which killed five people at a property he owns in north Wales.
Sunderland say Adam Johnson can continue to play for the club after he was charged with underage sexual activity offences.
Several Native American actors walk off the set of an Adam Sandler comedy, claiming the film is "totally disrespectful" of Apache culture.
The falling value of bitcoins is making the virtual cash much less attractive to cyber-thieves, claims a security expert.
A Tunisian man appears in a court in Italy accused of captaining a boat that capsized off Libya with the loss of more than 700 lives.
Champion jockey AP McCoy will have two rides - on Mr Mole and Box Office - as he retires at Sandown on Saturday
The boss of one of Wales' largest companies warns that the economy and jobs could be at risk if the Conservatives lose the general election.
The Islamic State (IS) has released a new video, eulogising Nigeria's Boko Haram, in the latest sign of closer ties between the two militant groups.
Treasury minister Danny Alexander warns of market concern at the prospect of a minority government "on life support" after the election.
DJI has launched a drone that has the ability to stream high-definition video live to You Tube.
Eritrea is one of the most closed countries in the world, with no independent media or political opposition and a widely criticised human rights record.
BBC Click's Kate Russell tests an app that lets you stream live video from your handset.
Leaving Britain would be a costly business for Europe’s biggest bank and a significant blow to the prestige of the City.
Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselboem warns "time is running is out" for a Greek debt deal as eurozone finance ministers prepare to meet Greek officials.
Human rights groups say new measures agreed by the EU to tackle the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean do not go far enough.