Turkey-Netherlands row: Dutch ambassador barred
Ankara says it is suspending high-level meetings with Dutch officials as a bilateral row escalates.
Trump healthcare plan 'will strip insurance from 14 million'
In a blow to the president, analysis says the number of the uninsured will rise to 52 million by 2026.
Somali pirates suspected of first ship hijacking since 2012
A Sri Lankan-flagged tanker is reportedly boarded by pirates in the first such hijacking since 2012.
US snowstorm: North-eastern states brace for blizzards
New York and New Jersey declare states of emergency as Storm Stella threatens widespread disruption.
Trump wiretap claims: White House softens stance on unproven tweets
Donald Trump meant "broadly surveillance" when he accused Obama of wiretapping, spokesman says.
Mexico footballers get stiffer sanctions after protest
Two top-flight players involved in violence on the pitch get tougher bans after a referees' strike.
Stolen Stradivarius violin returns to the stage
The prized violin was stolen from virtuoso violinist Roman Totenberg in 1980 and recovered in 2015
New Ferguson video casting doubt on 'robbery' sparks protests
A new film claims Michael Brown did not rob cigars from a shop before he was shot by police.
Syria conflict: Rebels agree to leave last Homs enclave
Al-Wair, home to an estimated 75,000 people, has been besieged by government forces since late 2013.
Anger over UK ship's damage to pristine reef
The ship damaged a large area of one of Indonesia's best coral reefs, in an area dependent on tourism.
Russian whistleblower inquest: 'Poisoned by soup' theory
Vital evidence about Alexander Perepilichnyy's last meal was 'flushed away', an inquest hears.
Dutch election: PM warns against populism in TV debate with Wilders
Mark Rutte says he fears a Brexit and Trump "domino effect", in his election debate with Geert Wilders.
IS conflict: Raqqa residents flee looming battle
Thousands of people flee the IS stronghold of Raqqa ahead of an anticipated US-backed assault.
Somalia drought: How 15 minutes of treatment saves lives
Time is running out to help 20 million people facing famine across Yemen, South Sudan, Nigeria - and Somalia.
Tamer Suhalia Najaf: 'Three of my daughters were killed'
Tamer Suhalia Najaf's family has been devastated by IS and the offensive against it in Mosul.
Paul Auster on his 'single most important' moment
US novelist Paul Auster speaks to Newsnight about his new book, Trump and the tragedy that changed his life.
Kim Kardashian West relives Paris armed robbery
Kim Kardashian West relives being robbed at gunpoint in Paris last year in a preview clip from E!.
Afghan migrant boy dubbed 'Little Picasso'
This 10-year-old Afghan boy is making a name for himself in a Serbian camp.
Joe Biden makes emotional cancer appeal
The former US vice-president calls for help from the tech industry to fight cancer.
House in New York state encased in ice during cold spell
Blizzard warnings are in place along much of the East Coast with record March snowfall predicted.
Ed Sheeran to make guest appearance in Game of Thrones
The singer confirms he'll in be in the HBO show, with reports it was a surprise for Maisie Williams.
Dutch man told to remove 80 goldfish from canal
Dutch agency says the goldfish are a threat to native species.
NZ quake-damaged water pipes leak 1m litres a day
The authorities in Wellington are trying to work out where the leaks are located.
Hitler painting on show for first time at Italy museum
"Museum of Madness" exhibition to show oil painting by Nazi leader.