Tuesday August 25, 2015
The Moroccan man suspected of launching an attack on a high-speed train in France last week has been charged with attempted murder of a terrorist nature, a judicial source has said.
Thursday August 13, 2015
The death toll from massive explosions at an industrial area in the Chinese port of Tianjin is reported to have risen to 50.
Thursday July 23, 2015
Tonight on Prime Time we look into controversial horse sulky racing. Such races have been the source of criticism, on tonight's programme we speak to people involved, animal rights campaigners and a politician who is proposing a ban on sulky racing.
Friday July 17, 2015
The past few weeks have been dominated on international markets by events in Greece and China and by the moves - or intended moves - of various central banks
Saturday July 04, 2015
The United Nations nuclear watchdog can likely issue a report on its investigation into past Iranian research suspected of being linked to nuclear weapons development by the end of the year if Tehran co-operates, the agency's chief has said.
Friday June 26, 2015
US President Barack Obama has turned interviewer for the BBC, in a special programme with naturalist David Attenborough.
Wednesday June 10, 2015
A Texas police officer seen in a viral video throwing a teenage girl in a bikini to the ground has resigned from the McKinney Police force, the city's police chief said, calling the officer's actions "indefensible".
Friday May 29, 2015
Google has unveiled how it plans to introduce virtual reality to the classroom and to YouTube this year, as well as the much rumoured new photo-sharing service Google Photos.
Tuesday May 12, 2015
A round-up of national and international news.
Sunday May 03, 2015
The Saudi-led coalition carrying out air strikes in Yemen has probably used cluster bombs which are banned by most countries, Human Rights Watch has said.