In pictures: Child migrants on Lampedusa :: Unaccompanied children from North Africa
Science 'squeezed out of primaries' :: Science is being squeezed out of English primary schools, with a third not providing the recommended two hours of teaching a week, research suggests.
Dazzling colors at Holi mark return of spring ::
MH370: Families grief frozen in time ::
'Jihadi John' unmasked :: Amateur video shows Mohammad Emwazi playing basketball as a teenager.
Why Venezuela is on edge :: CNN's Shasta Darlington explains the current state of Venezuela and how it got there.
200 ancient skeletons found under Paris supermarket :: Erin McLaughlin reports on the unearthing of over 200 skeletons found underneath a supermarket in central Paris.
Oldest 'human' jaw bone found in Africa :: Researchers have found a 2.8 million year old jaw bone which could rewrite the history of human evolution. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.
Did billionaire find lost WWII warship? :: In an astonishing discovery, Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist, Paul Allen posted photos to Twitter believed to be of Japan's biggest warship Musashi.
How do we track potential terrorists? :: How do US intelligence agencies keep track of potential terrorist threats? CNN Counterterrorism Analyst Phillip Mudd explains.
MH370: Families reflect one year later :: Meet family members who are struggling to move on from the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Dozens arrested in cybercrime raids :: The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) has mounted a "strike week" against suspected hackers resulting in 56 arrests.
Day in pictures: 6 March 2015 :: Images from around the world: 6 March
Is Qatar bringing the Nusra Front in from the cold? :: The killing by Syria of a top commander of the Nusra Front comes at a time when the jihadist group is rethinking its allegiance to al-Qaeda, says David Roberts.
Unrivalled riches of Nimrud :: The Assyrian site of Nimrud - feared bulldozed by Islamic State militants - has yielded riches unrivalled in the ancient world, writes archaeologist Augusta McMahon.
Weekend edition: The best of the week's reads :: A collection of some of the best reads from the BBC News website this week.
Week in pictures: 28 February - 6 March 2015 :: News photos from around the world
Vintage plane Harrison Ford crashed was well-restored, official says :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/OuC0UyQkC4A/story01.htm
Islamic State militants bulldoze ancient Nimrud city :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/oR3twxSO7TY/story01.htm
Why does ISIS keep making enemies? ::
Mummified monk found in ancient statue :: CNN's Richard Greene reports on a 1,000-year-old mummified monk found in an 14th century statue.
Volcano forms new island :: Magma and lava from a Japanese volcano is forming new geography in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean. The Japanese Coast Guard took video of it.
Skydiver has midair seizure, can't pull cord :: A skydiving student in Australia suffered from a seizure in midair.
28 Internet acronyms parents should know ::
Clinton emails: GOP tries to resist :: Congressional Republicans are once again targeting Hillary Clinton -- but this time, some in the party are being careful not to overreact.
Two charged with Nemtsov killing include former Chechen policeman :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/AKM7brl01CU/story01.htm
ISIS' global reach poses questions for Obama :: With Nigeria-based terror group Boko Haram pledging allegiance to ISIS, questions over the future of the fight against terrorism have arisen, says security analyst Peter Bergen.
Doping culture 'still exists' :: A long-awaited Cycling Independent Reform Commission report concludes a culture of doping in cycling continues to exist.
'Damning report shames cycling' :: Report into doping in cycling shows how far the sport lost its way - and it's still in a fragile state, says BBC sports editor Dan Roan.
UK business costs 'fall in February' :: UK businesses saw overall costs fall in February for the first time in six years, a survey suggests.