Britta Nielsen is convicted of taking 117 million Danish kroner (£13m; $17m) of government funds.
An appeals court annuls a previous Dutch ruling favouring Russia, in a fight with shareholders.
BBC Sport assesses what steps are being taken to guard against coronavirus affecting the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Researchers describe the first "articulated" remains of a Neanderthal to be discovered in a decade.
Russian-backed rebels and Ukraine's military blame each other for heavy shelling in Donbas region.
It says Israel's plan to extend a high-speed line to the Western Wall violates international law.
The US President will be greeted by a brand new wall during his trip to India next week.
Unusual weather enables radar to detect a massive migration of birds flying north.
The deadliness of the virus advances progressively with the age of the patient, research suggests.
The organisation says the move will allow it to build a compensation fund for sex abuse victims.
New rules have been introduced so that people with working holiday visas can extend their stay.
Henry Moore and Bill Brandt created images of civilians sheltering during the Blitz.
Interim chief executive Noel Quinn reveals extensive job cuts and restructuring to shake up the bank.
Ryan Newman is in a "serious but not life threatening" condition in hospital after crashing on the last lap of the Daytona 500 in Florida.
Eagles, vultures, warblers and migrating shorebirds have seen the greatest decline, a new study says.
In an exclusive interview with the BBC, the singer speaks ahead of her performance at the Brit Awards.
Chinese university student Yang Chen took shelter in caves and drank fresh water from creeks.
Private jet firms have seen a huge rise in people hoping to hire planes but they can't meet demand.
Anastasia Shevchenko is facing six years in prison for her opposition political activism.
John Shipton said Wikileaks founder Julian Assange had felt "ceaseless anxiety" over the past decade.