Tens of thousands of people march in Moscow to honour Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, who was shot dead on Friday.
Hundreds of South Sudanese boys have been kidnapped and forced to become child soldiers, the UN says, blaming a government-allied militia.
Fresh avalanches hit Afghanistan's Panjshir valley closing off areas already difficult to reach, local officials say, after the death of scores of people.
Three countries are to trial a new method of tracking planes, which could help avoid incidents like the disappearance of flight MH370.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu heads to Washington to argue against a nuclear deal with Iran, ahead of a controversial speech to Congress.
A punk band made up of musicians with learning disabilities is chosen to represent Finland at the Eurovision Song Contest.
A young woman is beaten to death by a Nigerian mob in the belief she was on a suicide mission, in an area hit by Boko Haram attacks.
Polling ends and counting is under way in Estonia, in an election dominated by concerns over Russian action in Ukraine.
A lack of film roles for actresses in their 50s is "a disaster" and the situation is unlikely to change, Dame Kristin Scott Thomas says.
Parliamentary elections in Egypt are set to be delayed after the country's Supreme Court ruled part of an election law unconstitutional.
The Duke of Cambridge hears the harrowing stories of survivors of the Japanese tsunami during his visit to communities hit by the disaster.
US officials are trying to deport 150 Bosnian immigrants suspected of involvement in war crimes during the 1992-95 war, the New York Times says.
Police in Brazil arrest an American man suspected of sexually assaulting young women while running a religious group in the US state of Minnesota.
Lawmakers in the US avoid a partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department after passing a one-week funding extension two hours before a deadline.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has announced measures to impose limits on US diplomats working in the country.
The head of Argentina's national fire control agency is sacked as a huge forest fire threatens a renowned national park in Patagonia.
The vice-president of Sierra Leone puts himself into quarantine after one of his bodyguards dies from the Ebola virus.
An inquiry in Rwanda urges the government to initiate criminal and civil proceedings against the BBC for a documentary about the 1994 genocide.
Samsung confirms that one version of its new Galaxy S6 flagship smartphone will have a screen that curves round its sides
Pakistan fight back from a below-par batting display to beat Zimbabwe and keep their World Cup quarter-final hopes alive.
Thousands of supporters of Italy's Northern League, led by Matteo Salvini, have held a big rally in Rome against immigration and PM Matteo Renzi's rule.
New CCTV pictures appear to show three UK girls on the Turkish leg of what is believed to have been their journey to join Islamic State in Syria.
Iraq's national museum officially reopens in Baghdad, 12 years after it was looted in the aftermath of the invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein.
An Egyptian court designates the Palestinian group Hamas as a terrorist organisation, accusing it of supporting an insurgency in northern Sinai.
Politicians should be "tested" on their approach to immigration, the head of the Catholic church in England and Wales says, adding he is "dismayed" it is a big issue.
Jose Mourinho lifts his first trophy since returning to Chelsea as his side see off Tottenham in the League Cup final.
LG unveils a smartwatch that can make calls without being paired to a phone, while Huawei unveils its first Android Wear watch.
HTC reveals it is to sell a virtual reality headset featuring tracking technology developed by video games firm Valve.
UK government budgets for offshore wind are unlikely to support Scotland's future ambitions to develop the industry, the first minister says.
Ireland remain on course for a Six Nations Grand Slam after a convincing 19-9 win over England in Dublin.