Day in pictures: 1 March 2013 :: News photos over 24 hours: 1 March
In pictures: Berlin Wall protest :: Protests over plans to move surviving part of the Berlin Wall
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."
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.
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.
Paris chefs kick-start a horsemeat gastro-trend :: Which bits of a horse do French chefs like best?
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.
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.
17 beaches we'd like to be lounging on :: We asked readers to share photos of their favorite beaches. Relax and enjoy.
What does China want in next pope? :: Catholics in China walk a fine line between loyalty to the Holy See and the Communist Party. One Beijing priest explains why Catholics there want a pope who's "open minded."
UK 'must adapt' for weather extremes :: Britain must become more resilient to both drought and flooding as the climate changes, the chairman of the Environment Agency warns.
Politics of Ang Lee's Oscar win :: It's not every territory in the world that puts an Oscar-winning director's name up in lights on a towering building. But that's just the sort of thing that happens in Taiwan -- and it did on Monday night after Ang Lee picked up his second "Best Director" Oscar, this time for "Life of Pi."
U.S. baby's HIV infection cured through very early treatment :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/NAHwJQyOMeo/us-hiv-infant-cure-idUSBRE9220GB20130304
Uganda's adoption boom raises flags :: Uganda is one of the world's poorest countries but there is one industry that's booming -- international child adoptions. Some believe it puts children at risk while others say it gives them a chance of a better life.
Bullish fun ::
U.S. baby's HIV infection cured through very early treatment :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/TIxJC4wmFO8/hiv-infant-cure-idINDEE92300L20130304
Concern behind castle walls :: In public Buckingham Palace are putting on a brave face, insisting the queen's illness is little more than a stomach bug and her hospitalization merely a "precautionary measure."
Al-Assad: Britain is 'shallow, immature' :: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad slammed British leaders as "shallow and immature" and accused the British government of trying to arm rebels seeking his ouster.
Miracles singer Rogers dead at 73 :: Bobby Rogers, one of the original members of Motown staple The Miracles, has died, longtime Miracles frontman Smokey Robinson announced Sunday. He was 73.
U.S. Congress, help fight bullying :: Sen. Robert Casey urges his colleagues in Congress to work with him in passing the Safe Schools Improvement Act.
Monitoring vote -- digitally :: CNN's Nima Elbagir reports on "digital humanitarians" who are using social media to monitor Kenya's election.