Libya has been beset by chaos since Nato-backed forces overthrew long-serving ruler Col Muammar Gaddafi in October 2011.
The Arab League declares the Lebanese Shia Muslim movement Hezbollah a terrorist organisation, following a move by Arab Gulf states a week ago.
Cuba and the European Union agree to normalise diplomatic relations - some eight months after the US restored ties with the island.
Appointing Rafael Benitez is a "coup" which gives Newcastle a chance of staying in the Premier League, says Alan Shearer.
The president of Brazil defends her predecessor over money-laundering allegations and rejects calls for her own resignation.
Danish band Lukas Graham sit tight at the top of the UK singles chart with their single 7 Years.
Dr Ben Carson has endorsed Donald Trump - but what did the rivals say about each other four months ago?
Changes to Poland's top court by the new government have undermined the rule of law and weakened democracy, the Council of Europe has said.
Joe And Jake, who will represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest in May, have signed a record deal with Sony Music.
Ireland were knocked out of the World Twenty20 after their game with Bangladesh in Dharamsala was abandoned.
A top commander of so-called Islamic State (IS) may have survived a recent US air strike in north-eastern Syria, US defence officials in Baghdad say.
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Technology show Click makes history with the BBC's first interactive fully 360-degree programme.
US carmakers General Motors and Ford both announce strategies geared at taking on the tech world's growing influence in the car industry.