Despite winning Myanmar's recent election, Aung San Suu Kyi can not be the country's next president - so who will be?
Police raid two houses in Sydney, Australia, including the home of a man previously arrested over the terror-linked killing of police worker Curtis Cheng.
President Obama says the world can reach an agreement at the COP21 talks but at home in the US he faces a fight over carbon emissions targets.
A Turkish court reportedly orders a character assessment of Gollum from Lord of the Rings to see if comparing him to President Erdogan counts as an insult.
Manchester City reach the League Cup semi-finals for the fourth time in seven seasons by easing past Hull City.
Russia’s President Putin and Turkey’s President Erdogan are trading increasingly hostile words since the downing of a Russian jet by Turkey.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan say they will give away 99% of their shares as they announce the birth of their daughter Max.
Tiger Woods says he does not know when he will play golf again as he continues his rehabilitation after back surgery.
Five sponsors of football's world governing body Fifa write to its executive committee to demand "independent oversight" of reforms.
Seven men go on trial in Paris accused of recruiting fighters for the so-called Islamic State group, in the first such trial since the 13 November attacks.
The BBC's Matthew Price is on Vanuatu Island in the Pacific and is answering your questions about global warming.
British tennis is "a mess" and changes must be made at the "poor" Lawn Tennis Association, says ex-player David Lloyd.
Cuba reinstates controls on doctors willing to travel abroad saying its health services have been "seriously affected" by the loss of specialists.
The far-right mayor of the French town of Beziers plans a volunteer force to boost police during the national state of emergency after the Paris attacks.
Business executives are the most corrupt in Africa, after police officers, and five other interesting findings from a corruption survey.
Media have been shown inside Oscar Pistorius' former cell, ahead of an appeals court decision on his manslaughter conviction.
Medecins Sans Frontieres condemns an "atrocious" a barrel bomb attack on a hospital in a rebel-held town in Syria on Saturday that killed seven people.
Four men are charged in a shooting at an encampment outside a Minneapolis police station that left five protesters wounded.
Police are investigating how the newly elected mayor of Alaska's state capital came to be found dead in his home.
The former mayor of New York City says some people celebrated when 9/11 happened, but Donald Trump was wrong to say there were thousands.