Day in pictures: 1 March 2013 :: News photos over 24 hours: 1 March
Many Malians still uprooted :: High numbers of people in Mali continue to be uprooted from their homes two months after the French intervened there to counter the rise of Islamic militants, the U.N. refugee agency said on Friday.
'Dragging death' :: South African authorities suspend officers allegedly involved in an incident captured on video showing a man dragged behind a police van, kicking and writhing.
In pictures: Berlin Wall protest :: Protests over plans to move surviving part of the Berlin Wall
Papal election: Your questions to David Willey :: David Willey to host live Twitter Q&A on Tuesday
Where is democracy thriving in Africa? :: The last 20 years have seen gains and reversals in democracy in Africa. Find out more about governments, elections and freedom in Africa.
What causes sinkholes to open? :: The kind of sinkhole that suddenly opened up under a Florida home is more common than you might think. Let's take a look at what causes them, where they happen and just how dangerous and costly they can be:
Week in pictures: 23 February - 1 March 2013 :: A selection of photos from the news
Outrage over model in black face :: A French magazine apologizes for using a white model in black face for an editorial called "African Queen."
Scientists make telepathic rats :: Rats have collaborated telepathically across continents in the first use of neurotechnology to transmit thoughts directly between animals' brains.
Smartphones: If you had one wish... :: As more cutting-edge advances are revealed for smartphones, we asked you what features you're desperate to see on future phones.
The future of mobile devices? :: Key figures from the Mobile World Congress predict future trends for mobiles.
Are you 'normal' in bed? :: How does your sex life measure up? That's the central premise of "The Normal Bar," a new book by Chrisanna Northrup and sociologists Pepper Schwartz and James Witte.
E-readers feel blast from tablets :: One thing appeared certain when Barnes & Noble announced Thursday how much money its Nook e-readers brought in over the past three months: The news would be lousy.
First lady of F1 takes control :: When the new Formula 1 season gets underway in March, for the first time there will be a woman running a team's entire operations from track to boardroom.
Ski legend's great regret :: He is one of the greatest skiers of all time, the winner of every major prize on offer, but when Alberto Tomba looks back on his legendary career he feels a pang of regret.
China's Catholics seek healing pope :: A day after Benedict XVI stepped down from the papacy, many of China's Catholics are keenly awaiting the election of his successor with high expectations. CNN examines those hopes.
Hong Kong's mounting food waste :: Nestled among the granite peaks of eastern Hong Kong a new, man-made mountain is emerging.
VIDEO: Bringing colour to Wainwright sketches :: One man's five-year mission to paint a thousand landscapes
VIDEO: Flight on RAF's new transport plane :: As the Ministry of Defence announces a raft of investment linked to the RAF's new A400M Atlas fleet, the BBC's Jonathan Beale takes flight on one of the new planes.
VIDEO: Inside Microsoft's house of the future :: Microsoft offers BBC News access to its Envisioning Centre, a facility it uses to portray what life might be like five to 10 years in the future.
Civil service strike vote result due :: The largest civil service union is to unveil the result of a national ballot that could lead to walkouts at the time of the Budget later this month.
Paris chefs kickstart a horsemeat gastro-trend :: Fashionable Paris chefs kickstart a horsemeat gastro-trend
US pledges $450m in Egypt assistance :: US Secretary of State John Kerry pledges a boost for Egypt's faltering economy as violence over a football riot trial rocks Port Said.
Robot warriors: Lethal machines coming of age :: Would it be ethical to fight wars with killer robots?
VIDEO: Man's eight-year effort to build a wooden ship :: Jonah Eaton has devoted much of the past eight years to his dream of building a 42ft (13m) wooden boat by hand, then sailing it across the Atlantic.
UK diabetes cases hit three million :: Three million people in the UK have now been diagnosed with diabetes, says charity Diabetes UK, which warns this new high could create a huge NHS burden.
Patches 'may tackle prostate cancer' :: Skin patches which deliver oestrogen into the blood may be a cheaper and safer treatment for prostate cancer than current therapies, a study suggests.
Education reforms 'failed the poor' :: Fifty years of education reforms have failed to significantly improve exam results of the disadvantaged in Scotland, says a major new report.
Who are main candidates? :: Two Kenyan presidential frontrunners will face off Monday, bringing back memories of a political dynasty that dates to the 1960s.