The head of troubled Bitcoin exchange MtGox makes his first statement since the service went offline, saying a "solution" is being found.
Ukraine's falling currency and soaring debt could prove to be a serious problem, writes the BBC's Andrew Walker.
Syrian government forces have ambushed and killed a large number of Islamist rebel fighters in the eastern outskirts of the capital Damascus, reports say.
Pope Francis has urged Venezuelans from rival political camps to engage in "sincere dialogue" to put an end to a recent wave of protests.
Emergency services are searching for two people who are believed to have gone overboard from a North Sea ferry off the Suffolk coast.
Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson threatens to resign unless there is a judicial inquiry into secret letters given to more than 180 paramilitary suspects.
An ex-soldier jailed for the death of his 19-month-old daughter had warned Army doctors he was likely to harm her, an inquiry finds.
Pro- and anti-government demonstrators confront each other in Ukraine's Crimea region amid concerns the region could secede.
A "treasure trove" of stolen personal details has been found on sale on black market websites, a security firm says.
Police in Uganda prevent women from marching through the streets of the capital, Kampala, in protest at new laws banning the wearing of miniskirts.
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The Attorney General is considering whether to review the four-year sentence given to a man who killed another man with a single punch in Bournemouth.