My country's problem with menstruation ::
Boko Haram escapee says some Chibok girls still alive :: ITN's Jonathan Miller meets a young woman who escaped from Boko Haram and says she was held with 24 of the girls who were kidnapped last year from the Chibok school.
EU anti-establishment parties rise :: Is the rise of anti-establishment parties in the EU down to their radical policies or mainstream political disillusionment, asks Prof Archie Brown?
School 'limits girls to knitting' :: A Luton Islamic school is "undermining British values" and "limits girls to knitting and sewing" in technology classes, Ofsted inspectors say.
Net pioneer warns of data Dark Age :: Vint Cerf, a "father of the internet", says a way must be found to stop all our images and documents being lost through technological obsolescence.
VIDEO: Sir Paul McCartney on music making :: Sir Paul McCartney discusses modern music production and virtual reality
Dancing scientist in teacher prize :: A dancing science teacher from north-east England is among the 10 finalists of a competition to find the world's best teacher.
Day in pictures: 13 February 2015 :: Images from around the world: 13 February
Does 'Fifty Shades of Grey' deliver on excitement? :: The year's most talked-about film, "Fifty Shades of Grey," had its international premiere in Germany. Neil Curry reports.
This dancer was recruited by Michael Jackson :: Dancer and choreographer, Chris Grant shows CNN some of the dance moves that convinced Michael Jackson to recruit him.
Check your health as easily as your email :: Nick Glass meets an inventor spurred into action after a tragedy to invent a medical device to give us an instant health-check
Who are the Houthis? :: A Shiite militia known as the Houthis, have swept into power in Yemen.
Kurdish fighters hold ground against daily ISIS attacks :: Known as Peshmerga, they say ISIS attacks them every day, sometimes by driving huge truck bombs into their defenses. CNN's Phil Black reports.
Rural groups angry over Virgin plans :: Campaigners say they are disappointed that Virgin's planned £3bn investment in broadband will not benefit rural areas.
VIDEO: Could you lose your digital memory? :: An internet founder fears vast numbers of pictures, videos and documents will be lost for ever as computers become obsolete.
Week in pictures: 7-13 February 2015 :: Photos from around the world: 7-13 February
Weekendish: The best of the week's reads :: A collection of some of the best reads from the BBC News website this week.
10 things we didn't know last week :: Police horses in one English force can't be called Brian, and more news nuggets
Why would Putin stop in face of weakness? ::
What might a more serious conflict in Ukraine look like? ::
Anniversary Celebration :: Each day, CNN brings you an image capturing a sublime moment, defining the present in our changing world.
Meet tech guru who beat cerebral palsy ::
Argentina leader may face bomb probe :: An Argentine prosecutor asks a judge to investigate the country's president over allegations she helped cover up Iran's links to a 1994 bombing.
Your Money: Cashing in on holiday currency :: Getting the best deals on foreign currency
Inside Warner Bros.' secret movie props archive :: CNN's Max Foster gets an exclusive, behind the scenes look at the Warner Bros. prop and costume archive in a top-secret location on the outskirts of London.
28 Internet acronyms parents should know ::
The intricate art of timekeeping ::
Astonishing photo-realistic portraits ::
Danish police kill 22-year-old suspected of Copenhagen shootings :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/j-0XmSPjMSA/story01.htm
Police say Copenhagen gunman had criminal record, gang past :: COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- The slain gunman suspected in the deadly Copenhagen attacks was a 22-year-old with a history of violence and may have been inspired by Islamic terrorists - and possibly the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris, Danish authorities said Sunday....