Three men and a girl of 16 are found with bomb-making materials in a police raid in Montpellier.
The court deemed satirist Jan Boehmermann's poem about Turkey's president "abusive and defamatory".
The BBC's Mark Lowen explains why a draft new constitution for Turkey is encountering such fierce opposition.
Kenya's president appeals for international aid after declaring drought a national disaster.
'Fox, you stole the Goose' song removed from Limburg bell tower repertoire to appease upset vegan.
The BBC's Steve Rosenberg meets a "Humpty Dumpty" hacker on the run in Estonia.
Water minister Uma Bharti says she made police hang rape suspects upside down and beat them.
The US president urges Israel to "act reasonably" because he believes a peace deal is possible.
A student group in Michigan apologises for a card showing a Hitler picture and referring to the Holocaust.
Uzbek film advert uses US actor's image even though he is not in it.
Africa's first Google Code-in winner has left his hometown, because Cameroon has cut the internet there.
Cedric Herrou says his conviction will not stop him offering help to migrants arriving in Europe.
Want to get lucky this Valentine's? Then you'd better leave show tunes off your shuffle queue.
After months of rumour, it's been confirmed Prince's music will become available to stream this weekend.
Seven people are arrested during a protest against the removal of a woman living illegally in the US.
Matt Damon says he "almost started crying" when the actor told him the news.
A US court rejects the president's bid to revive his ban on people from seven mainly Muslim countries.
Reckitt Benckiser, which makes Durex and Dettol, says the $16.6bn deal will help it grow in China.
Another 300 pilot whales have already died in one of the worst such cases seen in the country.
Two children and their mother are among the dead in Songan village on the popular tourist island.
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