BBC News speaks to Shah Jehan, a UK relative of two young boys who died in the Peshawar school attack.
Hundreds of mainly elderly couples have performed a Tango in St Peter’s Square in Rome to mark the seventy-eighth birthday of Pope Francis.
BBC reporter Nick Childs gauges the mood in Pakistan following the Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar and looks at the government’s response.
Following dramatic price falls, clove farmers in Tanzania are calling for more government help to sustain a crop they have been farming for generations.
The BBC’s Mark Lowen looks back at a turbulent year in Turkish politics and what it means for democracy in the country.
The Church of England’s first female bishop says she is “honoured and thankful” to be given the role.
After two days of discussion the Federal Reserve may acknowledge the US economy is finally doing better, but will this mean they are ready to raise interest rates?
As new footage emerges of the Sydney cafe siege Australia’s prime minister announces a review into how and why the attack happened.