The pianist interrogated for playing the wrong tune
Top English universities must use their research advantage to improve the chances of youngsters from poorer homes being offered places on degree courses.
The Dutch tulip is under threat from globalisation - so what are they doing about it?
US President Barack Obama meets Vietnam's Communist Party leader at the White House, the first such meeting since relations were normalised 20 years ago.
In June 1975, Brazilian superstar Pele joined the New York Cosmos soccer team. Clive Toye was the man to sign him.
Vulnerable young people should be allowed to stay in care until they are aged 25, the government's children's commissioner for England says.
The BBC's Daniel Pardo explains how inflation affects what Venezuelans buy everyday, like the popular snack called Arepa.
President Obama has met the leader of the Vietnamese Communist Party at the Oval Office in Washington.
Greece could tumble out of the euro this weekend, the president of the EU has warned
China's stock market fall hits small share buyers
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola wanted to coach Brazil at last year's World Cup, says defender Dani Alves.
The International Monetary Fund warns the US Federal Reserve against raising interest rates this year.
Pope Francis has celebrated Mass in front of nearly one million Catholics in Ecuador's capital Quito.
The world's largest cruise company, Carnival Corp, says it has received approval from the US government to offer trips to Cuba from Miami.
Mark Lowen asks people in a suburb of Athens how they are coping with the fiscal uncertainty in Greece.
Eurozone leaders to wait until Sunday for Greece to submit proposals on debt crisis, Italian PM Renzi says
The US Army is planning to reduce the size of its force by 40,000 soldiers over the next two years, according to US media reports.
The voice behind Ned Flanders and Mr Burns was set to leave after refusing a new pay deal, but he's back.
George Osborne will slow the pace of planned welfare cuts when he presents his Budget, the BBC understands.
Italy coach Antonio Conte could face a criminal trial for his alleged involvement in match fixing in 2011.