Sports car maker Lamborghini confirms the launch of an SUV and signs a deal to build the car in Italy.
Bahrain seemed to be on the brink of revolution in 2011 - but has that spark now been extinguished, asks Frank Gardner.
Why a "fake diploma" scandal is shaking Pakistan
The BBC's North American editor Jon Sopel says Fifa head Sepp Blatter is a known quantity for all the wrong reasons.
What's so funny about illegal immigration?
What Australia isn't telling its unwanted refugees
Argentine prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, was found dead in a pool of blood in his bathroom in January - Wyre Davies examines the evidence and asks who might have wanted to kill him?
The BBC's John Sudworth reports from the annual Beijing Police Equipment Expo, an event showcasing the latest law-enforcement gadgetry at the disposal of China's ruling Communist Party.
The US Nasdaq stock index rallied to a record after technology and healthcare stocks advanced.
Sevilla become the first side to win the Europa League on four occasions after securing a thrilling 3-2 win over Dnipro.
Pussy Galore is to be reunited with James Bond in an official new 007 novel by Anthony Horowitz.
A new species of ancient human has been unearthed in the Afar region of Ethiopia, scientists report.
Despite sanctions and low prices, Russia's gas industry is in surprisingly good health, not least due to closer ties with China.
Campaign-themed products aren't limited to bumper stickers and yard signs any more. But is there a secret strategy behind Rand Paul's "filibuster starter pack" and Hillary Clinton's pantsuit t-shirt?
Move over Tiger Mother - there's a new feline parenting style
Thousands of users of taxi app Uber have reported their accounts being hacked or hijacked. What's going on?
France honours four members of the French Resistance against the Nazis with a ceremony at the Pantheon mausoleum in Paris.
The authorities in the Greek island of Kos say they have rescued 1,200 migrants in the past two days.
Flood waters flow over a dam southwest of Dallas as a large part of the southern US continued to reel from floods brought on by powerful storms.
A virus that normally causes cold sores could treat skin cancer, researchers believe.
A human skull from a deep cave in northern Spain shows evidence of a lethal violent attack 430,000 years ago, a study shows.
Can a state-run dating site reduce young divorce in Iran?
David Cameron starts a tour of European capitals as a bill paving the way for the UK's EU referendum is launched in the House of Commons.
The serious business of serving bar snacks in Brazil
How demolishing Penn Station saved the rest of New York
America doesn't even like football, they say, so why does it want to clean it up for the world?
David Stern visited the police academy in Ukraine where new police officers are being trained as part of a major programme of reforms to the service.
Jack Warner, a former Fifa vice-president, is accused of soliciting $10m in bribes from South Africa's government over the hosting of the 2010 World Cup.
The US state of Nebraska has abolished the death penalty after a veto-override was passed through its legislature.
The US military accidentally sent at least one live Anthrax sample to a lab in Maryland.