|At Last, a Firewall for Your Car's Black Box · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Obama Goes Public With Brain-Mapping Plan · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|How HD Voice Works to Make Your Calls Sound Drastically Better · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Microsoft's Revamped 'Modern.IE' Offers Free Windows Virtual Machines · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|DC Entertainment Launches 'We Can Be Heroes' Charity Fundraiser on Indiegogo · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Ban: N Korea crisis 'gone too far' · BBC International||fils|
UN chief Ban Ki-moon says the North Korea crisis has "gone too far" and urges urgent talks over plans to restart Pyongyang's main nuclear complex.
|UN passes global arms trade treaty · BBC International||fils|
The UN General Assembly adopts a historic treaty to control the trade in conventional arms, voting it through by a huge majority.
|Google faces European privacy probe · BBC International||fils|
|Cyprus Finance Minister Sarris quits · BBC International||fils|
Cypriot Finance Minister Michalis Sarris resigns after completing talks on a controversial bailout deal.
|Outrage at Saudi paralysis sentence · BBC International||fils|
Amnesty denounces as "outrageous" the reported sentencing of paralysis for a Saudi man as punishment for paralysing another man.
|Imam probed over Burma school blaze · BBC International||fils|
Burmese police investigate the head of a mosque for possible negligence after 13 children died in a fire at Muslim school in the city of Rangoon.
|Airline defends weight-based fares · BBC International||fils|
The boss of Samoa Air says the airline's decision to charge passengers based on their weight is "the fairest way of travelling".
|Senate Republican backs gay marriage · BBC International||fils|
Mark Kirk becomes the second Republican senator to back gay marriage, as polls show a rapid rise in public support on the issue.
|Michael Jackson jury selection · BBC International||fils|
Jury selection has begun in the US in a case where Michael Jackson's mother is hoping to sue the late singer's promoters for neglect.
|Key roads 'reopened' in Somalia · BBC International||fils|
The main road linking Somalia's capital to the strategic city of Baidoa is totally recaptured from Islamist militants, African Union says.
|Pakistani youth 'favour Sharia law' · BBC International||fils|
Pakistani youth believe that Sharia law is the best political system, a British Council survey suggests.
|France and Germany snub UK EU review · BBC International||fils|
France and Germany decide not to contribute to a British government review of the impact of EU powers on the UK.
|Egypt protest over food poisoning · BBC International||fils|
Students at Cairo's al-Azhar university plan a second day of protests after almost 500 of them were taken to hospital due to food poisoning.
|Osborne: Welfare criticism 'rubbish' · BBC International||fils|
Chancellor George Osborne defends benefits and tax changes and calls criticism "headline-seeking nonsense".
|Arkansas to probe Exxon Mobile spill · BBC International||fils|
The US state of Arkansas launches an investigation into an Exxon Mobil pipeline that ruptured, spilling oil into a housing community last week.
|Artist guilty of indecency charges · BBC International||fils|
Cornwall artist Graham Ovenden is found guilty of indecency offences committed against young girls up to 40 years ago.
|VIDEO: Well-wishers' colourful messages to Mandela · BBC International||fils|
As Nelson Mandela's treatment for a lung infection continues, well-wishers are leaving messages of support hand-painted onto stones outside his Johannesburg home.
|Don't Stop the Presses: Newspaper Club Revives Printing With Personal Gazettes · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|New Giant Tarantula Discovered in Sri Lanka · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Budget Cuts Are Set to Hit U.S. Military's Drone Fleet · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|FTC Announces Winners of Death-to-Robocalls Challenge · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Amazon Takes on Dropbox With New Desktop File Syncing · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|What's Wrong With the Scientific Method? · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|US 'meddling' over satirist blasted · BBC International||fils|
Egypt's ruling Freedom and Justice Party criticises US "interference" over the case of the popular Egyptian TV satirist Bassem Youssef.
|Eurozone unemployment rate hits 12% · BBC International||fils|
The rate of unemployment in the eurozone hit 12% in the month of February, a record high, official figures show.
|US priest dealt methamphetamine · BBC International||fils|
A Catholic priest dubbed Monsignor Meth admits selling drugs in the US state of Connecticut, and buying a sex shop to launder the money.
|Canada faces science muzzling probe · BBC International||fils|
Canada's Information Commissioner has launched an investigation into allegations that the federal government is "muzzling" its scientists.
|US educators 'cheated for bonuses' · BBC International||fils|
Thirty-five former school officials indicted in a major test cheating scandal have until Tuesday to surrender in the US state of Georgia.
|Venezuela election campaign starts · BBC International||fils|
As the official election campaign to replace Hugo Chavez gets under way in Venezuela, government candidate Nicolas Maduro visits the late president's hometown.
|Third arrest over Brazil bus rape · BBC International||fils|
Police in Brazil arrest a third man accused of robbing and raping a foreign tourist on a minibus in Rio de Janeiro and beating up her boyfriend.
|Tribute to SA troops killed in CAR · BBC International||fils|
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma pays tribute at a memorial service to 13 soldiers killed in the recent rebellion in the Central African Republic (CAR).
|French TV doctor kills himself · BBC International||fils|
A French doctor who worked on adventure reality TV show Koh Lanta kills himself in Cambodia a week after one of the contestants died.
|Palestinian prisoners protest death · BBC International||fils|
Israeli prison guards use tear gas to stop protests by Palestinian prisoners after a Palestinian inmate died of cancer.
|Hospital to resume child heart ops · BBC International||fils|
Children's heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary is to resume after operations were suspended over concerns about the number of deaths there.
|Court rules against digital reseller · BBC International||fils|
A site which allowed users to sell on their unwanted digital music was in breach of copyright, a US judge rules.
|VIDEO: N Korea 'to restart nuclear reactor' · BBC International||fils|
North Korea says it will restart its main Yongbyon nuclear complex, closed since 2007, amid high tension on the peninsula.
|VIDEO: Drunk man clings to electric cables · BBC International||fils|
Firefighters in China have rescued a drunk man who climbed a utility pole and crawled along electricity cables, according to state TV.
|Islamic headscarf debate rekindled in France · BBC International||fils|
Court ruling tests power of French secularism
|Motown piano returns to Detroit · BBC International||fils|
A grand piano used in the Motown Records studios is restored and put on display at a museum dedicated to the legendary record label.
|Obama proposes brain mapping project · BBC International||fils|
US President Barack Obama has unveiled a new initiative to map the human brain.
|Six held for NY mayoral race 'bribe' · BBC International||fils|
Two New York state lawmakers are among six officials who have been arrested over an alleged plot to rig the city's mayoral race, prosecutors say.
|Report finds over-emphasis on foetus · BBC International||fils|
The draft report on the death of Savita Halappanavar has found an overemphasis by medical staff on the welfare of the foetus, which was unviable, a solicitor for her widower Praveen has said.
|Parents guilty of kids' fire deaths · BBC International||fils|
Mick and Mairead Philpott, the parents of six children who died after a house fire in Derby, are convicted of their manslaughter, along with their friend, Paul Mosley.
|New Xstrata-Glencore merger delay · BBC International||fils|
Xstrata and Glencore once again push back the date for when they expect to complete their merger, after Chinese concerns.
|Di Canio declines fascism questions · BBC International||fils|
Paolo Di Canio declines to answer questions relating to fascism in his first news conference as Sunderland manager.
|Kidney sacked as Ireland coach · BBC International||fils|
Declan Kidney's five-year reign as Ireland boss comes to an end after a dismal 2013 Six Nations campaign.
|VIDEO: Boys die in Burmese school blaze · BBC International||fils|
A fire at a Muslim school in the Burmese city of Rangoon has killed at least 13 people including children, officials say.
|VIDEO: Syrian refugees: Lebanon struggles · BBC International||fils|
Lebanon is struggling to cope with the estimated 400,000 Syrian refugees that have crossed
|VIDEO: Platforms 'like palaces' on Moscow Metro · BBC International||fils|
The Moscow Metro is used by millions of Russian commuters every day - but is often described as an underground art museum. Steve Rosenberg looks around.
|VIDEO: Chinese government's video game tool · BBC International||fils|
A new video game created by the Chinese government has become the latest big thing in China
|VIDEO: Man, 80, aims to be oldest Everest climber · BBC International||fils|
An 80-year-old Japanese climber who has had heart surgery four times is to attempt to climb Mount Everest.
|MI6 and the death of Patrice Lumumba · BBC International||fils|
How involved was MI6 in the death of Congo's first prime minister?
|What happened to Japan's electronic giants? · BBC International||fils|
What went wrong with Japan's electronic companies?
|Mislabelled fish slip into Europe's menus · BBC International||fils|
Tests reveal deception in fish marketing
|Prizes for indoor-facing tech · BBC International||fils|
Indoor technology gets attention
|Norwegian airline prepares for global expansion · BBC International||fils|
The world is barely enough for Norwegian airline
|/6: STATEMENTS BY MEMBERS: Sri Lanka · Debates of the Canadian House of Commons||fils|
Hon. Albina Guarnieri (Mississauga East--Cooksville, Lib.).
|/24: ORAL QUESTIONS: Nuclear Energy · Debates of the Canadian House of Commons||fils|
Mr. David McGuinty (Ottawa South, Lib.); Mr. David Anderson (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources and for the Canadian Wheat Board, CPC); Mr. David McGuinty (Ottawa South, Lib.); Mr. David Anderson (Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources and for the Canadian Wheat Board, CPC).
|Mix-and-Match Robots Animate Voltron's Corpse · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Finally: This Is How to Fix the 'Patent Fix' We're All In · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|In Death of the PC, eBay Sees Path to Escape Amazon's Shadow · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|DNA-Mapped Furniture Imprints Your Genetic Profile in Your Living Room · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Killer Cans Without the Cables · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Game|Life Weekly: April Showers Bring More Videogames · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Computers Made Out of DNA, Slime and Other Strange Stuff · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|From Ballistic Gelatin to Mummy Confection: The Grossest Recipes of Mary Roach · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Need Ships? Try a 3-D Printed Navy · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|Let's Judge Patent Rights by Harm to the Public — Not to Inventors · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|This Racing Game Is F1 Meets FarmVille. Get Used to It · Wired Top Stories||fils|
|This Material Will Power the Future — If Somebody Can Profit From It · Wired Top Stories||fils|