A giant solar plant will open in Morocco next month, which will use salt to continue to provide power when the sun has gone down.
A rare hairless squirrel which had evaded attempts to catch it is has been captured and is now safe, a rescue centre says.
David Cameron says the "world is coming together" to fight so-called Islamic State as he held talks with French President Francois Hollande.
The government's tone could hardly be more different from the last time there was a defence review.
ITV confirms it will air singing talent competitions The Voice and The Voice Kids from 2017, after the BBC broadcasts its final series in 2016.
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A lab test carried out for the BBC shows that VW diesel cars programmed with a "defeat device" can cheat the official EU pollution test, as well as the test in the US.
David Cameron says that the world is coming together to hunt down Islamic State militants in their heartland of Syria and Iraq.
The BBC's Nga Pham explains how to pronounce the Vietnamese name Phuc Dat Bich.
There is a useful windfall for George Osborne from the deferral of the first rise in UK interest rates
Snooker legend Stephen Hendry explains why John Higgins is his favourite to win the UK Championship.
Roadside tests have seen the number of arrests for drug-driving increase by 600% in some areas, but how are they actually carried out?
Belgians post pictures and videos of cats using the hashtag #BrusselsLockdown in an attempt to bury tweets about police anti-terror operations in the city
Wales lock Luke Charteris will join Bath from French side Racing 92 on a three-year contract at the end of the season.
BBC Mundo's Ignacio de los Reyes takes a closer look at the newly elected president of Argentina, Mauricio Macri.
Some members of the crowdfunding website Patreon say they have received emails demanding bitcoin payments in return for the protection of their data.
Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell speaks to BBC Breakfast about Blackpool.
The UK's "woefully inadequate" money laundering checks fail to block corrupt money and terrorist funds, an anti-corruption body warns.
Yahoo confirms it is preventing some people from accessing their emails if they are using ad-blocking software in their browser.
Germany withdraws its act for the Eurovision Song Contest, following criticism singer Xavier Naidoo's lyrics are anti-Semitic and homophobic.