The UN's aid chief accuses Yemen's Houthi rebel movement of obstructing the delivery of humanitarian assistance to the country's third city of Taiz.
Chicago police arrest five people protesting over a video showing a white police officer shooting a black teenager 16 times in the city last year.
The chancellor says that the £4.7bn science budget would be protected in real terms.
Kyle Edmund and James Ward are in contention for the second British singles place at the Davis Cup final against Belgium.
At a meeting of Latin American nations, Costa Rica and Nicaragua argue over the fate of thousands of Cuban migrants stuck at their border.
Prior to his arrival in Kenya for a three-nation African tour, Pope Francis was filmed on board the papal plane greeting reporters.
Researchers have discovered the camera in the Nest Cam security device is always operating - even when turned off by the user.
A US aircraft attacked a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) clinic in the Afghan city of Kunduz because of "human error", a US military inquiry says.
Apple purchases the company behind motion-capture technology used in the latest Star Wars film.
A 13th body found at the scene of a deadly blast in Tunisia's capital Tunis is suspected to be the attacker, the authorities say.
Surviving pilot of Russian plane shot down on Syria border says there was no warning and the plane was inside Syria
The world's biggest oil and gas companies risk losing $2.2tn by overestimating future demand for fossil fuels, a report suggests.
Hundreds of metres of underground tunnels used by Islamic State militants under the Iraqi city of Sinjar have been discovered by Kurdish forces.
Toyota is recalling another 1.6 million vehicles equipped with defective air bags.
A Polish government spokeswoman calls for ex-PM Donald Tusk to be tried for his handling of a 2010 disaster in which the president died.
A protest has taken place outside the Turkish embassy in Moscow over Turkey's downing of a Russian jet on the Syrian border.
World number nine Ding Junhui faces disciplinary action for his angry outburst after his exit from the UK Championship.
A newborn baby with his umbilical cord still attached is found lying in a manger at New York's Holy Child of Jesus church, police say.
The Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) is to have its core administration budget cut by 20%, the Chancellor George Osborne says.
The Gambian president bans female genital mutilation - in a country where 76% of women get the risky procedure.