The main opposition party in Thailand has said all its MPs will resign en masse, after weeks of anti-government protests in Bangkok.
Scottish singer Susan Boyle reveals she has Asperger's Syndrome after years spent believing she suffered slight brain damage at birth.
South Korea has announced it is expanding its air defence zone in the waters south of the Peninsula, overlapping a similar zone announced by China.
Three men, all believed to be victims of slavery, are rescued following a series of raids in the Bristol area.
Joe Root says England must show they are "up for the fight", even if they suffer a heavy defeat in the second Test.
Two of the biggest energy firms, EDF and British Gas, call for more government co-operation and speak out against a price freeze on bills amid a backlash over rising prices.
Tens of thousands of Ukrainians gather in Kiev, intensifying pressure on the government over its refusal to sign a deal on closer EU ties.
Thailand's opposition MPs are to resign en masse, officials say, after weeks of protests aimed at forcing out the government.
A deadly winter storm has left a trail of ice and snow across the United States.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his side are "in trouble" after surrendering a lead in their dramatic 3-2 loss at Stoke.
Arsenal and Tottenham are drawn together in third round of the FA Cup, while Manchester United will host Swansea.
Some 60 heads of state or government are to attend the memorial service or state funeral of Nelson Mandela, South Africa says.
A surprise strong showing by a new anti-corruption party in India helps to topple the ruling Congress party in Delhi assembly elections.
People in Venezuela have begun voting in municipal elections seen as a crucial test for President Nicolas Maduro.
The London-based Inmarsat company launches the first spacecraft in a new £1bn global telecommunications network.
Greek lawmakers pass the 2014 budget, which predicts a return to growth after six straight years of painful recession.
Spanish director Pedro Almodovar launches a scathing broadside at his homeland's government at this year's European Film Awards, calling it "deaf and insensitive" to the country's problems.
Inspectors from the UN's nuclear agency visit the Arak heavy water reactor for the first time in more than two years.
A UK Independence party councillor says comments about immigrants that were attributed to her in a Sunday paper have been taken "out of context".
Manchester United boss David Moyes says his side can still win the Premier League, despite their home loss to Newcastle.
A 13th Century book containing one of the oldest Welsh poems ever written appears online for the first time.
Egyptian police recover an ancient statue of Tutankhamun's sister and wife, stolen during unrest in August.
The Palestinian presidency says it holds Israel responsible for the killing of a 15-year-old youth in a West Bank refugee camp on Saturday.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Fulham and Aston Villa.
A future Labour government should raise the top rate of income tax to 50%, former leader Lord Kinnock says.
Authorities in Shanghai have warned people to stay indoors as the city suffers one of its worst bouts of air pollution
Rapper Jay Z dominated this year's Grammy nominations, being shortlisted in nine categories.
Police open a second investigation into match fixing following allegations in a Sunday newspaper that a football player rigged a Championship game for cash.
Joe Root helps England take Australia to a final day but defeat in the second Ashes Test still seems inevitable.
Airline passengers are warned there could be further flight disruption because of Saturday's technical fault at the National Air Traffic Service.