Key senator vows to probe discussions about removing Trump
The pledge comes after an ex-acting FBI chief recalls discussions on removing the president.
IS teenage bride Shamima Begum gives birth to boy
From a refugee camp in Syria, the 19-year-old former London schoolgirl says she deserves public sympathy.
Facebook needs regulation as Zuckerberg 'fails' - UK MPs
The UK government publishes its report into fake news with some strong criticism of Facebook.
Mountain lion in California tree 'rescued' by firefighters
A cougar perched on a branch near a California home is lowered to the ground by rescuers with a ladder.
Nairobi parkour runner on why it should be in the Olympics
Michael has been doing flips since seeing parkour videos on YouTube.
Australian political parties hit by 'state actor' hack, PM says
The "sophisticated" activity follows an attempted hack on the parliament, Scott Morrison says.
Saudi Arabia signs $20bn in deals with Pakistan
The huge investment comes as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman seeks to shore up Saudi's Asian allies.
Poland PM cancels Israel trip after Netanyahu's Holocaust comment
Mateusz Morawiecki will not now visit Israel, after PM Benjamin Netanyahu said "Poles co-operated".
Russian flag flown on Salisbury Cathedral 'disrespectful'
The stunt has been called "disrespectful" and "stupid" in light of last year's Novichok poisoning.
Abdul Deghayes death: Brother of Syria war pair stabbed to death
The 22-year-old's twin and their older brother died fighting for Islamists in Syria in 2014.
Liberia gold mine collapse: Dozens arrested at 'lawless' rescue site
More than 60 are held as Liberian authorities seek to restore order at a mine where dozens are trapped.
UK PM urges Tory MPs to unite on Brexit
Theresa May writes to Tory MPs, as minister suggests their fears could be addressed without reopening deal.
'How we made Solo: A Star Wars Story'
Visual effects supervisor Julian Foddy explains how they helped make the film.
Struggling Italian football team loses 20-0
If you think your team was on the receiving end of a poor result this weekend, then spare a thought for Italian minnows Pro Piacenza.
Zachary Cruz: 'My brother was the Parkland gunman'
"The whole world is going to give him hate - why do I?" says Zachary Cruz of the Parkland shooting gunman.
The self-taught pianist drawing crowds
Hundreds of thousands of people have seen this student play after he learned the piano using online videos.
Bollywood's first major LGBTQ film
How I Felt When I Saw That Girl is the first Indian film with a star cast to focus on same-sex relationships.
Saidaiji Eyo: Near-naked crowds hunt for lucky sticks at Japan festival
About 10,000 men took part in the Saidaiji-eyo festival at a Buddhist temple in Okayama.
The aerial acrobats who can't see the ground
Blind performers push at the limits from on high
Colobus monkeys in Kenya 'threatened by humans'
A conservationist is providing a safe space for colobus monkeys in Kenya.
Instagram: Will quitting make me happy?
Nicole and Tali are Instagram besties. But the pressure to post is taking its toll.
Jailed for stealing grapes: The motives of Japan's elderly inmates
A 68-year-old jailed for stealing fruit tells the BBC's 100 Women why she did it.
Brexit: Will Brits living in the EU still get healthcare?
A reader asks about state healthcare for UK nationals in EU countries.
How sending handwritten letters created a $1bn firm
Technology company Celonis got its first business customers by writing them letters by hand to stand out from the crowd.
Are the super-rich ruining Burning Man?
Burning Man has uninvited one "turnkey" camp to stem the flow of super rich "influencers" at the event.
Niger man deported by Israel marooned in Ethiopian airport
A man from Niger expelled from Israel has been stranded at an airport in Ethiopia since November.
Oscars 2019: Roma's success shows there's more to movies than Hollywood
A foreign language film could win best picture, proving global movie-making is in good health.
Has Meghan's accent changed since marrying Prince Harry?
Linguistics experts are split over whether the Duchess of Sussex has adopted a British twang.
Viewpoint: Why Trump may win his legal fight over border wall
History does not bode well for Trump's opponents, says Jonathan Turley, professor of law.
'It's like the ketchup bottle' - Solskjaer sure Sanchez's form will improve
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident Manchester United will see the best of forward Alexis Sanchez by the end of the season.
Palace ease past Doncaster to reach quarter-finals - highlights & report
Crystal Palace's Jeffrey Schlupp says the Eagles are "in a good position to get to Wembley" after he helps them beat Doncaster in the FA Cup.
FA Cup Magic, fifth round: Super solo goals, Maupay's miss & 'everything but the kitchen sink'
Watch the quirkier moments from the FA Cup fifth round, including last-gasp goalkeeping antics, a solo goal from Swansea's Daniel James, and a contender for miss of the round.
Root and Roy hit centuries in huge England warm-up win
England cruise to a 171-run win in their only warm-up match before the one-day series in the West Indies.
I would not sacrifice my happiness - world number one Osaka on split from coach
World number one Naomi Osaka says she was unwilling to "sacrifice" her happiness following her split from coach Sascha Bajin.
Injured England winger Ashton out of Wales match
Winger Chris Ashton is left out of England's 33-man squad to face Wales in the Six Nations on Saturday with a calf injury.
FA Cup: Daniel James gives Swansea lead against Brentford
Swansea City's Daniel James scores "a wonderful solo goal" to give them the lead against fellow Championship side Brentford in the FA Cup fifth round.
Plastic pollution: One town smothered by 17,000 tonnes of rubbish
One small town has become a dumping ground for the world's waste and it's causing a stink.
The Albanian bunkers built in the midst of the Cold War
Around half a million concrete domed bunkers were built in Albania - and many of them still exist today.
Why so many people believe conspiracy theories
Many people around the world believe that events are being controlled by others.
The fashion models struggling with a life of debt
Models travel between fashion capitals for the chance to appear on the catwalks, but many will go home without pay and more debt.
A toxic crisis in America’s coal country
Families in West Virginia say the coal mines have poisoned their water. Now they're fighting back.
El Chapo guilty: Will his jailing change anything?
The trial and conviction of the notorious Joaquín Guzmán tells us much about the multi-billion drugs trade.
Cameron Kasky: How being a student gun control activist took its toll
Cameron Kasky was a leader of the youth movement against gun control after the Parkland school massacre. Eventually the strain caught up with him.
My disabled son’s amazing gaming life in the World of Warcraft
Robert and Trude thought their son Mats lived a lonely life, but they discovered this was far from true.
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