Bitcoin's reputation as a viable currency has been dealt a blow, with its biggest exchange filing for bankruptcy in the wake of a digital robbery.
The nine-month-old prince will go with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to Australia and New Zealand for three weeks in April.
Events in Crimea have the potential to turn Ukraine into Europe's worst security nightmare since the revolutions of 1989.
Beatrix Miller, the imperturbable editor of British "Vogue" who chronicled the swinging 1960s with wit and a sense of adventure, has died.
After weeks of mounting criticism, Prime Minister Hazem al-Beblawy has announced the resignation of Egypt's interim Cabinet.
Inequality on the continent has grown in the past decade as tax systems have failed to redistribute wealth, says Christian Aid.
The old guard outshone new kids on the block as veteran star David Bowie used his Brit awards appearance to plead with Scotland not to leave the UK.
Zimbabwe's celebration of "the life of a very special person" has been criticised for coming at a time of job losses and slowing economic growth.
Deaths have been reported after Kiev demonstrators were told to end their efforts to occupy government buildings.
An Ethiopian teenager who says she was raped by seven men last August, now faces a possible sentence of death by stoning.