March For Our Lives: 'Our message to the world'
Tens of thousands of people protested in Washington over gun laws. Here's what they wanted to say.
March For Our Lives: 'Fight for your life before it’s somebody else’s job.'
Emma Gonzalez demonstrated the power of silence during her impassioned speech at the March For Our Lives.
I was expected to marry so I went to Antarctica instead
Meena was raised a ‘good Indian girl' who was expected to get married, but she's off to Antarctica.
Massive incomplete TV tower in Russia demolished
Several people had fallen to their deaths from the tower over the years, which never even transmitted.
Skripal 'regretted being double agent'
A former classmate says the spy told him he even wrote to Vladimir Putin asking to come back to Russia.
Eye-witness says French hostage-taker ran after him
Armed police have killed a suspect, 25-year-old Redouane Lakdim, who shot dead three people in a series of attacks in southern France.
Trump's cabinet: Who's next in the firing line?
US National Security Adviser HR McMaster is the latest victim of the President's line-up changes.
How DNA can be used to store computer data
British scientists think DNA could be used to solve a global problem - where to store all our data.
Flying firsts: Aviation milestones throughout history
From the Wright brothers to direct UK-Australia flights.
Meet the disabled Syrian boy who is always smiling
Seven-year-old Mustafa lives in Jordan with his grandmother and his sister.
Fighting for Marielle at Rio protests
Black women in Brazil say the councillor's murder was a big blow for their community.
Cate Blanchett meets Rohingya child refugees
Actor Cate Blanchett has been to visit Rohingya child refugees in camps at risk of mudslides.
Viral teacher's inspirational chalkboard PC
Meet the Ghanaian teacher who went viral thanks to his chalkboard version of Microsoft Word.
Skating Lake Baikal, the world's deepest lake
Skaters describe taking to the ice on Lake Baikal in Siberia.
Meet SoFi - the soft robot fish developed by MIT
Scientists hope a robotic fish will guide aquatic life and help clean up pollution in the ocean.
Gun control debate: Why this mass shooting is different - the evidence
The paradigm of the US gun control debate gradually fizzling out after mass shootings has changed.
The sisters rebuilding Mosul University's library
Farah and Rafal are restoring Mosul University's library after the Islamic State group destroyed it.
The woman helping Ukraine's traumatised children
Thousands live in villages on the frontline between Ukrainian forces and Russian backed separatists.
Cambridge Analytica: What we know so far
How the row over Cambridge Analytica's use of Facebook data unfolded.
Eastern Ghouta: A mother's diary of life under siege
As Syrian government forces bombard rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a mother of eight shares her experiences.
Texas bombings: 'The suspect is deceased'
A suspect linked to several recent explosions in Texas has died in a blast as police tried to arrest him.
Eddie Woo: The maths teacher who became an unlikely star
Eddie Woo's high-energy lessons on YouTube are inspiring students around the globe.
Cynthia Nixon holds rally in Brooklyn
The Sex and the City star kicked off her gubernatorial bid in one of New York's most deprived areas.
Would you give a stranger your bed?
Belgians are opening their homes to migrants on their way to the UK.
'Heroes' save trapped man from burning car
Police are trying to identify the Good Samaritans who saved a US man trapped in a burning car.
Container ships collide in Karachi
One ship scrapes against another as it tries to manoeuvre into a berth.
How a Sarajevo’s choir bridged the ethnic divide
Rebuilding Sarajevo after the Bosnian war through a multi-faith choir.
Could ACFTA free trade deal be a new dawn for Africa?
As African heads of state sign the first continent wide free trade deal, what will it mean for the people that live there?
Yemen's war: 'I was told I had to fight until I died'
Former child soldiers, a landmine survivor and an internally displaced child tell their stories.
Last male northern white rhino dies in Kenya
Sudan died in a Kenyan conservancy at the age of 45, after months of ill health.
Meet the dogs being trained to sniff out looted ancient treasures
Dogs are being trained to detect ancient treasures in an attempt to tackle cultural heritage trafficking.
Trump: Get tough and execute drug dealers
The US president claims other countries with a zero tolerance approach 'have no drug problem'.
Syria war: President Assad's frontline visit
The Syrian president drove to congratulate his troops for ousting rebels from 80% of Eastern Ghouta.
Academic says women risk being branded 'career rapees'
Academic says women risk being branded 'career rapees' and still face abuse.
Former Beatle Ringo Starr: I'll wear my medal at breakfast
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr receives his knighthood for services to music.
Australia bushfire: Beach town Tathra engulfed in flames
Residents of Tathra in New South Wales have had to flee their homes via the beach.
The drug addict who became a judge
A pioneering court in Buffalo, New York, is trying to keep drug addicts alive. It's presided by a judge who knows well the perils of abuse.
Indian man's fight to save whale sharks
An Indian man has made it his mission to save whale sharks off the coast of Gujarat.
John McEnroe paid more than Martina Navratilova by BBC
Martina Navratilova told BBC Panorama that the corporation has to "do better".
US Army St Patrick's Day video splits opinion
A video uploaded to the US Army's official Twitter account features 'shamrocks' being fired from weapons.
Ghanaian animal imitator has Guinness World Record ambitions
Ghanaian teenager Justice Osei has a talent for imitating animal species, with over 50 in his repertoire.