Utrecht shootings: Hunt for gunman after attack on tram
One person is feared dead and a number are injured amid "several shootings".
Cookstown hotel disco 'crush': Three teens dead
The girl and two boys died after an incident outside a hotel hosting a St Patrick's Day event in Tyrone.
Christchurch shootings: NZ cabinet backs tighter gun laws
PM Jacinda Ardern says reforms will be detailed within days, after the mosque attacks that killed 50.
WorldPay payments firm in $43bn sale to US rival
Payment processor WorldPay, once part of RBS bank, is sold to Fidelity National Information Services.
Claire Colebourn: Mum who murdered daughter Bethan jailed
Claire Colebourn tried to take her own life after murdering her daughter but was revived by paramedics.
US detects huge meteor explosion
The fireball is the second most powerful in 30 years and the biggest since Chelyabinsk in 2013.
Brexit: Jeremy Hunt says a 'lot more work' needed to get deal through
Jeremy Hunt suggests MPs will only be asked to vote again when ministers are "confident" of victory.
Cyclone Idai: Devastation in Mozambique and Zimbabwe
More than 150 people have died as the tropical storm swept across Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Cheers as limbless girl Harmonie-Rose completes race
Harmonie-Rose lost her limbs to meningitis but was pushed around a half-marathon course.
'Fake news' sent out by government department
Foreign Office officials fed information to journalists during the Cold War, newly released files show.
OWNAFC: Football fans call for refunds over club app
Fans say they feel misled by OWNAFC amid claims they could "take charge of a real life football club".
MySpace admits losing 12 years' worth of music uploads
The social network has apologised for losing the data during a server migration.
South Africa's President Ramaphosa gets stuck on train
South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa joined commuters on a train but ended up staying longer than planned.
Prince Gyasi: Instagram photographer on capturing Accra life
Ghanaian Prince Gyasi takes stunning photos of Accra using only his phone.
Dead Philippines whale had 40kg of plastic in stomach
The whale that washed up in the Philippines had ingested 16 rice sacks and "multiple" shopping bags.
Mike Thalassitis death: 'Love Island has got to open its eyes to this'
Ex-Towie star Mario Falcone says reality TV producers have to provide more aftercare to contestants.
Forced marriage: 'Dad said he would kill me if he found me'
Sanaz (not her real name) ran away from home aged 13 after taking an overdose in a bid to escape from a forced marriage.
Giant 'Messenger' sculpture arrives in Plymouth on barge
The "UK's largest" bronze sculpture, the 7m (23ft) tall "Messenger", arrives in Plymouth on a barge.
'Drag taught me you don't have to be a guy or a girl'
River McNutt explains how drag helps her to express the male and female sides of her personality.
The people trying to reunite a divided island
People in Cyprus are using the demilitarised zone that separates them as a place to reunite.
'Don't run before you can walk'
"Don't run before you can walk," says tech firm adviser Manish Madhvani - first build your brand.
Indonesia floods: Baby rescued from underneath collapsed building
A five-month-old boy is rescued by soldiers after Indonesia's Papua province is hit by flash floods.
Super Strong Sophie: James Maddison dedicates Burnley goal to Norwich girl
James Maddison dedicated his goal against Burnley to five-year-old Sophie Taylor, who died of cancer.
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A scandal in the Amazon - where pilots are forced to lie
Few landing strips in the Amazon have been registered, so pilots have to file fake flight plans - making it hard to find them if they go missing.
Bryony Frost column: Frodon ‘fairytale’ - I’ve watched Cheltenham race at least 30 times
In her second BBC Sport column, jockey Bryony Frost talks through her historic victory at Cheltenham - and how she celebrated at a motorway service station.
London population: Why so many people leave the UK's capital
The UK's capital has grown rapidly, yet more Britons leave the city than arrive.
Getting inside the head of the man who was Frank Sidebottom
For the first time a new documentary tells the full story of Chris Sievey, the man behind the mask.
'I was diagnosed with cancer at seven months pregnant'
It felt like Sarah Hanan's life had "come to a screeching halt", but it was only the start of her journey.
This disabled comedian is a Jerk
American comedian Tim Renkow reveals all about his new TV series - Jerk.
Exam failure who became a multi-millionaire hotelier
When Robin Hutson failed his school exams he went into the hotel industry instead, and made his fortune.
Kirstjen Nielsen: Walking a tightrope working for Trump
Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen is the face of a policy that provokes condemnation because of its impact on children.
India election 2019: Do more Indians than before have access to toilets?
India's Prime Minister has pledged toilets for all - will that end open defecation?
How Spain's 'Angel of Budapest' saved Jews
Angel Sanz Briz is honoured by Israel for rescuing Jews in WW2, but not well known in his native Spain.
Cristiano Ronaldo: Juventus forward charged by Uefa over celebration
Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo is charged with improper conduct by Uefa for his celebration after beating Atletico Madrid to reach the Champions League quarter-finals.
McIlroy says best golf still to come after winning Players Championship
Four-time major winner Rory McIlroy says his best golf is still to come after he wins the Players Championship at Sawgrass.
Who is in Guscott's team of the Six Nations?
Liam Williams or Elliot Daly? Finn Russell or Gareth Anscombe? There are selection dilemmas aplenty for Jeremy Guscott after an enthralling Six Nations.
Watch: Six great tries from the 2019 Six Nations
Watch six great tries, one from from each side, from the 2019 Six Nations including efforts from Josh Adams, Jacob Stockdale, Sam Johnson and Manu Tuilagi.
Sebastian Vettel: Charles Leclerc will put me under pressure all season
Sebastian Vettel says his new Ferrari team-mate Charles Leclerc will push him hard throughout this season.
Football authorities accused of 'hypocrisy' over response to NZ mosque attacks
The Premier League and FA are accused of "double standards" for not holding a minute's silence for 50 people killed in New Zealand's mosque attacks.
Team Sky set to name new sponsor as Ineois, owned by Sir Jim Ratcliffe
Team Sky are set to announce a new sponsor - owned by Britain's richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe.
The human cost of insulin in America
Diabetics in the US are rationing insulin - and dying. How did we get to this point and what's the fix?
The gang killers who are YouTube celebrities
How did the killers of a 17-year-old boy become famous in their hometown before the murder?
Bronchiolitis: 'I thought it was just a cold at first'
When Stephanie Elderton's twin boys caught a cold, she never imagined that one of them would end up in intensive care.