A man is jailed for life after he stabbed his disabled girlfriend to death and then left her body to rot for two weeks in a "shrine" at their home.
A man gets life for murdering a book dealer over a £50k first edition of The Wind in the Willows.
The widow of a pizza delivery driver killed in an attempted robbery of three pizzas screams "you're evil" at accused man.
More than 70 families are to be evicted from a housing complex to make way for homeless people in a deal described as "stinking of fish".
A prisoner is sentenced to 14 years for battering his cellmate to death with a flat screen television in an "unprovoked and ferocious" attack.
Two people are injured when an Aston Martin crashes off an airfield runway and ends up in a field during a corporate event.
Cambridge University Football Club is recognised by the Football Hall of Fame for its role in developing the game's official rules.
Boxer Tommy Martin retires after suffering a bleed on the brain following January's fight against John Wayne Hibbert.
AFC Wimbledon climb into the League One play-off places courtesy of victory at Peterborough.
Exeter slip into the League Two relegation zone as they are beaten 2-1 by Cambridge at St James Park.
Dozens of people are killed after militants mount an attack on a police training college in the Pakistani city of Quetta, officials say.
Venezuela's government and its opposition are to meet for talks on the country's political crisis, the Vatican says, after an intervention from Pope Francis.
At least three people are killed in an incident on a ride at the Dreamworld theme park on Australia's Gold Coast, the park confirms.
French authorities are expected to begin dismantling the "Jungle" migrant camp in Calais, as more residents prepare to leave for other areas of France.
Women have caught up with men, at least when it comes to knocking back alcohol - a global study of drinking habits shows.
At least 12 people die in an attack in Kenya believed to have been carried out by al-Shabab militants from Somalia.
Jurors in the Hong Kong murder trial of a British banker are shown mobile phone footage of the attack on one of the victims.
Polling stations open for early voting in key battleground state of Florida, where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump remain in a tight race.
The European Union and Canada say they remain hopeful for their landmark trade deal Ceta, despite three Belgian regions led by Wallonia blocking it.
Kurdish forces taking part in the offensive to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from Islamic State militants are besieging a key town to the north-east.
Four people are killed during protests against the UN peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic.
Until now the American Academy of Paediatrics has recommended that children under two have no screen time at all.
Donald Trump is struggling among millennial voters in recent polls so what are his remaining supporters saying?
Students in Iraq tell the BBC's Shaimaa Khalil about their close encounter with militants from so-called Islamic State.
The first migrants to leave the Calais 'Jungle' camp describe their feelings.
A baby girl is "born" twice after she is taken out of her mother's womb for 20 minutes for life-saving surgery.
How has tourism in Thailand been affected since the death of the King?
One of South Africa's greatest historical artefacts is the star attraction of an exhibition of the country's art opening at the British Museum in London on 27 October.
China's Communist Party holds a "Dialogue with the World", but can the BBC's Carrie Gracie get anyone to speak?
What would you do if someone said you shouldn't wear something because of age or size?
The famous ruby red slippers worn by Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz film will be preserved thanks to a $300,000 Kickstarter campaign.
French politician tripped up by the cost of a pain au chocolat.
Ulm Minster is being damaged by men relieving themselves on its walls.
Sobering-up stations will be set up in 11 World Cup host cities.
At the age of 13, Natasha Annie Tonthola was subjected to a ritual sexual initiation at the hands of an older man, but that was just the start of her troubles.
A wheelchair-bound disability activist who was assaulted in India for not standing up to the national anthem recounts his harrowing experience.
In Central Asia, a crisis is brewing over water and electricity. Some countries have energy, the others water - but they cannot seem to agree how to share resources.
After nearly three years of war, South Sudanese artists want to get the country thinking and talking about peace, and have landed on a novel way to do it.
What happened when Katy Watson visited the Pinche Gringo BBQ joint in Mexico City to gauge the reaction to the final televised US presidential debate.
The regional government of the Belgian region Wallonia is blocking an EU trade deal with Canada - but what do we know about it?
VR is increasingly being used in real-world situations by schools, charities, hospitals and... kitchen retailers.
A man discovered what is thought to be an air raid shelter under his driveway after his car wheel got stuck in a hole.
The BBC's Naga Munchetty talks to actor Benedict Cumberbatch about a close call with fans while filming Doctor Strange.
The government is to review gambling machines amid concerns they may harm vulnerable people.
Reaction from outside the court as Christian bakery owners lose an appeal against a ruling that their refusal to make a "gay cake" was discriminatory.
Lauren Dunn, who gave birth to her son Henry early at 26 weeks, describes feeling "robbed" of her time at home with him.
A paramedic describes being constantly spat at as well being verbally and physically abused by patients.
Tim Muffett met Newfoundland rescue dogs in training.
Illegal cockle picking on a large scale is taking place at a protected site in West Sussex, the BBC finds.
Over 10,000 14 to 17-year-olds attended the Radio 1 Teen Awards. Shawn Mendes and Niall Horan were among the stars attending.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warns Theresa May she is not "bluffing" over her promise to hold an independence referendum if Scotland's vote against Brexit is "not respected".
A young father describes how a blog about the loss of his two babies helped him and his partner express their grief.
A collection of cutting comments, some aimed at opponents, some at political colleagues.
Treating Type 2 diabetes costs the NHS £10bn a year but a leading doctor at Kings College London believes there is a way to cut back on costs.
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