A Palestinian toddler has been burned to death in an arson attack by suspected Jewish settlers in the West Bank, Israeli police say.
It is "very likely" debris found on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion is that of the missing flight MH370, a top Australian official tells the BBC.
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The AA joins green groups in warning that recent changes in energy policy will harm the climate.
The US football division seeking inspiration from the 1970s
We told the king we had HIV - and taught a country not to fear
A further five Chilean ex-army soldiers are charged over the burning of two teenagers during a 1986 protest against Gen Augusto Pinochet.
SoulCycle, the indoor cycling fitness chain with a celebrity following in the US, including David Beckham and Lady Gaga, plans to float on the stock market.
The social network Facebook announces it has built its own drone to bring internet connectivity to remote parts of the world.
Beijing hopes to be chosen the host of the 2022 Winter Olympics, despite concerns on a number of key issues, as the BBC's John Sudworth reports.
An Australian surfer punches a shark to fend off an attack off New South Wales, say police, in what a witness calls a "Mick Fanning replay".
The tech helping Kenyan smallholders reap rich rewards
From boom to bust in Swiss border towns
HIV can be flushed out of its hiding places in the body using a cancer drug, researchers show.
Roubles dry up for millions of Russians
A judge orders Greenpeace protestors to pay $2,500 (£1,600) for every hour they block an icebreaker from departing Portland, Oregon.
Williams driver Valtteri Bottas describes speculation linking him with a move to Ferrari as "disturbing".
The Philae lander, after successfully landing on a comet in late 2014, may have made a significant discovery about the ingredients which create life.
El Salvador provides security escorts for buses forced to observe a strike called by criminal gangs, after several drivers were killed.
North Korea says a detained Canadian pastor has confessed to a "subversive plot" to overthrow the government and set up a "religious state".
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott weighs in on an expenses scandal that has embroiled the government for the past three weeks.
The first waves have peeled across an artificial surf lagoon built on the site of an old aluminium works on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.
The tough US cop's YouTube challenge to wanted criminals
Corbyn leading Labour? Trump in the White House? Such a world is far-fetched, but their popularity is telling about politics on both sides of the pond.
Why was a Satanic statue unveiled in the US?
With Barack Obama out of the running in 2016, some argue that the black vote represents an "untapped well" for Republicans.
James Collins sees red as West Ham surrender a two-goal lead, drawing 2-2 with Astra Giurgiu in the Europa League.
Southampton make a successful return to European competition by defeating Vitesse Arnhem in the Europa League.
Google is to defy a French ruling that the "right to be forgotten" should be applied globally and not just in Europe.