How an ancient art form is saving troubled lives
An ex-minister in Peru is charged with involvement in the killing of a journalist during the Shining Path rebel insurgency in the 1980s.
Students trade messages across the 'information curtain'
The hybrid animal causing havoc in the Grand Canyon
A review is sought for a rejected residential development on the site of an 18th Century mansion near Dumfries which has fallen into disrepair.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in Washington to argue against a nuclear deal with Iran, ahead of a controversial speech to Congress.
The world's worst interview - with one of the loneliest men on Earth
Are people getting more intelligent?
A Buddhist monk from northeast Thailand is so worried about the environment that he has been ordaining trees for 25 years.
Public anger over the size of top executives' salaries is damaging the reputation of UK firms, according to a survey of business leaders.
Jon Donnison visits Coober Pedy in the Australian outback, where residents are moving underground to escape the heat.
The UK government says it will block the sale of 12 North Sea oil and gas fields to Russian oligarch Mikhail Fridman.
A man is arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a motorist is dragged along a motorway by his own stolen van and seriously injured.
The first trophy win of a new Jose Mourinho era at Chelsea had a familiar, special, look to it, says chief football writer Phil McNulty.
Tougher laws to tackle drug driving come into force across England and Wales on Monday - with new limits on eight illegal and eight prescription drugs.
CCTV images have emerged showing the three British teenage girls who are believed to have gone to Syria to join Islamic State.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner defends her economic policy in her last speech to Congress before she steps down in December.
Watch the best of the weekend's Six Nations action in one handy bite-sized chunk with the Six Nations Catch-Up.
The BBC speaks exclusively to a former member of Islamic State who met Mohammed Emwazi - dubbed "Jihadi John" - during his early days in Syria.
The Islamic State fighter known as "Jihadi John" was cold and a loner who set himself apart from others, says an IS defector who met him in Syria.