Internet users spot a striking similarity between China's Winter Olympics theme tune a hit song from the Disney musical Frozen.
The Met Police is investigating late ex-PM Edward Heath as part of their inquiry into historical child sex abuse claims, the BBC understands.
Thousands of people in the US state of California are evacuated as fire crews battle a string of wildfires brought on by years of drought.
Shares in Greek banks fall for a second day in Athens, but non-financial shares fare better.
A court in South Africa throws out fraud and corruption charges against left-wing opposition leader Julius Malema.
London is named the most googled city in the world for its art galleries, performing arts and innovative design, with the Science Museum is the most searched-for museum.
Pro-government forces in Yemen recapture the country's largest airbase after a fierce battle with Houthi rebels, a spokesman tells the BBC.
The RAF Tornado mission against Islamic State militants in Iraq is to be extended until at least 2017, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says.
Prominent Burundian human rights activist Pierre Claver Mbonimpa is shot and seriously injured by gunmen on motorbikes, his family says.
With a year to go until the Olympic Games in Rio, the venues in the Olympic Park are still months from being ready.
Kosovo's parliament votes to set up a special court to investigate alleged war crimes committed by Kosovo Albanian rebels in the war in the 1990s.
A German conservative MP, Martin Patzelt, is looking after two Eritrean refugees in his home and helping them find jobs.
South African Cameron van der Burgh sets a new world record for the men's 50m breaststroke at the World Swimming Championships.
Comedian Amy Schumer calls for tougher controls on the sale of guns in the US, after two women were shot dead at a screening of her movie, Trainwreck.
The Afghan Taliban's political chief in Qatar, Syed Tayyab Agha, resigns in the latest sign of a split in the group following leader Mullah Omar's death.
Japanese carmaker Toyota reports a 10% increase in profit, helped by the weak yen and cost cuts.
The government begins its sell-off of shares in part-nationalised lender Royal Bank of Scotland, raising £2.1bn, a third below the price it paid.
The Myanmar government appeals for international assistance after widespread floods kill at least 46 people and affect more than 210,000.
The American actress Amy Schumer has called on the US to take more action on gun control, after last month's shooting in Louisiana.
Scotland's exams body admits this year's new Higher Maths exam was "too hard" but says grading was adjusted.