Can Hollywood technology preserve minority sports?
Children in the world's youngest country of South Sudan are being forced to fight on both sides of a bloody civil war.
How a woman in Mexico was targeted by drug cartels for her posts on Twitter.
Millions of wild pigs run amok in the US
Exposing the hidden history of hackers
Campaigners call for music shops in a central London street to be given tax exemptions to help them survive.
How three girls fled their Boko Haram captors
The story of how three girls abducted from Chibok, northern Nigeria, escaped their Boko Haram captors. To protect their identity their story has been portrayed as an animation.
A woman put into isolation in Queensland after arriving from West Africa and developing a fever has tested negative for Ebola.
Two men and a woman die as attempts to save them prove in vain after they got into difficulty in the sea off Cornwall.
A video made by the gunman who stormed Canada's parliament shows he was driven by ideological and political motives, police say.
Crimestoppers offers a £5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of missing ex-prisoner Johnathan Kelly.
A new £1.1m study led from Dundee University is to investigate whether eye tests can provide an "early warning" of Alzheimer's disease.
Could Boston copy Venice and become a city of canals?
The WW1 'she-soldiers' who fought with the men
A system that combines high-end computer analytics with the simplicity of text messaging is the latest tech tool in the fight against Ebola.
The man who built the multi-million pound Hotel Chocolat empire
A leading figure in malaria control has warned that efforts to contain the disease could be threatened by the Ebola crisis.
The Bank of England should increase interest rates now despite signs of softening growth, BoE executive Ian McCafferty has said.
The BBC's John Simpson was one of the first journalists to enter Afghanistan in 2001, he returns to Kabul on the day British troops withdraw completely from the country to chart its progress.