Italy claim their first Six Nations win of this season's championship by beating Scotland at Murrayfield.
The intelligence agencies are accused of using flawed tactics after it emerged they were aware of the man dubbed 'Jihadi John' before he went to Syria.
Iraq's national museum officially reopens in Baghdad, 12 years after it was looted in the aftermath of the invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein.
Both government and opposition in Russia are coming up with theories about the killing of Putin critic Boris Nemtsov, but it could be years before it becomes clear why it happened, says the BBC's Artyom Liss.
India bowl out United Arab Emirates for 102, the lowest total yet at the World Cup, before racing to victory in 18.5 overs.
Ansar Allah, or the Houthi movement, began as a defence of the Zaidi religious tradition but experienced several major transformations in arriving at its current dominance of Yemeni politics, Charles Schmitz writes.
Fighting has died down in Ukraine's Donetsk and Luhansk regions in recent days, after a ceasefire agreed between the government and pro-Russian rebels.
England's women defeated New Zealand by five wickets in the final ODI between the sides, and sealed the series victory.
A former teacher of the man named as extremist "Jihadi John" says he received anger management therapy at secondary school after getting into fights.
Energy price comparison sites should compensate customers who changed to tariffs that may not have been the cheapest deals, MPs say.
More than 1,500 protesters demonstrate against the first rally in Britain by a group opposed to what it calls the "Islamisation of Europe".
An Egyptian court designates the Palestinian group Hamas as a terrorist organisation, accusing it of supporting an insurgency in northern Sinai.
A 15-year-old boy was stabbed to death when three men attacked him while he was cycling with friends, police say.
Western leaders condemn the killing of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, and urge the authorities to conduct a transparent investigation.
President Obama is among those paying tribute to Leonard Nimoy, the Star Trek actor who has died aged 83, saying: "I loved Spock."
Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy says he is the party's candidate for East Renfrewshire at the general election in May.
A dress "resembling" the $150,000 (£97,000) outfit worn by Lupita Nyong'o at this year's Oscars has been found, Los Angeles police say.
As details emerge about the identity of "Jihadi John"' what do we know about the advocacy group that was in close contact with Mohammed Emwazi in the two years before he left for Syria?
A Pakistani boy who was seriously wounded during a school massacre undergoes surgery in Birmingham, paid for by his country's government.
Turkish court fines a man for "emotional violence" for telling his wife he doesn't love her.
Glenn Murray scored twice and was sent off as Crystal Palace recorded a league double over West Ham for the first time in 42 years.
Football's lawmakers have postponed plans in the Netherlands to trial video replays in live games.
The jailed leader of Turkey's main Kurdish rebel group urges his followers to end a 30-year armed struggle and seek a democratic peace.
Family and friends of missing teenager Rebecca Watts gather again to look for her as police continue to search lakes and rivers.
UK industry completes construction of the modules that make up the Lisa Pathfinder satellite - a remarkable probe that will test the key technologies needed to detect gravitational waves in space.
People in Lesotho are voting in polls aimed at resolving political tensions following an attempted coup last year.
A small Hungarian village has put itself up for tourists to rent, in an attempt to raise money to revitalise it.
Russia has become a danger to Britain and the country must be prepared to take steps to defend itself and its allies, the former head of MI6 says.
The former head of Colombia's secret police, Maria del Pilar Hurtado, has been found guilty of spying on politicians, judges and journalists.
Sir Cliff Richard's lawyers criticise a parliamentary committee for publishing a letter about the police inquiry into sex abuse allegations against the singer.