After a British soldier was killed in south London, apparently by Islamist fundamentalists, Dr Usama Hasan explains how to tackle their beliefs.
Sinn Fein say they are seeking an "immediate explanation" from the BBC after a floor plan for the BBC Question Time programme referred to John O'Dowd as 'Sinn Fein/IRA'.
Pakistani officials welcome Barack Obama's speech rethinking US policy on the use of drones, which have killed hundreds of people in Pakistan.
A public appeal for help to recover the very first web page has unearthed a relic from 1991.
British number one Laura Robson faces former world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the French Open first round.
A man accused of murdering April Jones tells a court a bin bag he was seen carrying the day after the five-year-old went missing was empty.
The UK government's response to claims that British troops abused and unlawfully killed civilians in Iraq is inadequate, the High Court rules, but it stops short of ordering a public inquiry.
The BBC is to close its Digital Media Initiative, with director general Tony Hall saying it had "wasted a huge amount of licence fee payers' money".
Sally Bercow's tweet about Lord McAlpine was libellous, the High Court rules.
The Stockholm fire brigade tackles fires at at least two schools on a fifth night of rioting in the Swedish capital.
Russia's most popular social network, VKontakte, is temporarily blacklisted by mistake - and some users find it blocked.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford sacks his chief of staff Mark Towhey as he fights claims he has been caught smoking crack cocaine on camera.
The start of the second Test between England and New Zealand is delayed by persistent rain at Headingley.
Damian Lewis and Sienna Miller are among the British stars nominated for the annual US Critics' Choice Awards.
Two South Korean women forced into sexual slavery in WWII cancel a meeting with Osaka Mayor Toru Hashimoto, citing fears of "political exploitation".
Russia says the Syrian government has agreed "in principle" to attend an international peace conference set to be held in Geneva in June.
A mutant strain of cockroach that can outsmart the sugar traps used to kill them has evolved, scientists in the US have found.
Giro d'Italia organisers say Italian cyclist, and former winner, Danilo Di Luca, has tested positive for EPO.
The Boy Scouts of America organisation has voted to welcome openly gay scouts from January 2014, but a ban on openly gay adult scout leaders will remain in place.
Heathrow Airport's runways were closed after a plane made an emergency landing.