Donald Trump says teachers trained to carry concealed guns could stop school shootings.
Kim Yong-Chol, a high-ranking official, is thought to have masterminded several attacks on South Korea.
The conservative kingdom promises thousands of Western-style events, include Cirque de Soleil.
Iran's deputy foreign minister dismisses warnings about its presence in Syria as "propaganda".
He is wanted for a serious attack on an England fan during Euro 2016 and may face 15 years in jail.
Ten top Greek politicians will be investigated over alleged bribes by medicines giant Novartis.
Jared Taylor's lawyer claims the suspension of his client's account is a form of Twitter censorship.
EU judges defend a Spanish bank's dismissal of a pregnant worker in general staff cuts.
An assailant threw an explosive device into the embassy compound before killing himself.
Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky is stripped of his Pyeongchang 2018 bronze medal after being found guilty of doping.
Players run their own fake news empire so they can learn how misinformation is spread.
A woman successfully sues her parents for keeping her "lucky money" sparking widespread debate.
Chinese tourists celebrate the new lunar year by walking across the world's longest glass bridge.
President Trump met pupils and parents affected by school shootings in Florida and across the US.
Andrew Pollack - whose daughter Meadow died in Parkland - vented his anger to the president.
He was guarding a bank in Asyut, Egypt, when he spotted the boy three floors above.
Police in Calais have told the BBC that they fear another jungle camp will establish.
Food has become so scarce in Venezuela after the economy collapsed that people are getting desperate.
Three hundred drones created a stunning light show in the night sky during Olympic medal ceremony.
The Canadian prime minister has been wearing traditional Indian attire at every possible opportunity.
The patient had been living for three years with the 1.8kg tumour, which was larger than his head.
Metalhead president is hailed for buying back gift in fight against corruption.
Russian students claim partial victory over plans to force them off campus during the World Cup.
President issues decree doing away with much-maligned apostrophes introduced last year.
Pauline Dakin's childhood was full of secrets, disruption and unpleasant surprises - it wasn't until she was aged 23 that she found out why.
Syrians in the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta live in fear as the government steps up its bombardment.
The increasing tension between the different countries with a stake in the Syrian conflict poses a real threat to the region.
French farmer Jean-Bernard Huon has rejected modern techniques such as machinery and chemicals, relying instead on traditional methods.
On civil rights, North Korea ties and dining with women, this is where Graham stood.
Brexit will have profound consequences for the 250,000 people in the UK's overseas territories.
US-Australia expert Prof Simon Jackman explains why Canberra has "doubled down" on the relationship.
Peter Weyman groomed one 12-year-old pupil with cigarettes, alcohol and gifts and abused another.
Campaigners say a law change in England and Wales would make it easier for police to take action.
The collapse of Derby-based Russell Hume following an FSA investigation will cost almost 270 jobs.
Tremors are felt in Wales and England in the UK's biggest earthquake for a decade.
A columnist for the paper was critical of diver Tom Daley and his husband expecting a baby.
It took Ben Coombs seven months to drive from the Arctic Circle to the southernmost tip of Chile.
Concerns are raised after a review said most incidents only required two firefighters.
Robert Duval, 60, has been described as a "supremely talented advocate" who inspired many.
A man has died and a motorcyclist has been injured in two incidents on the southbound carriageway.
Thomas Orchard, who had schizophrenia, died after suffering a cardiac arrest in a police cell.
The cliff railway has not been used to transport cars for more than 50 years.
Yve Taylor wants to become a vicar but says she has not been welcomed by some churches.
Exeter winger Olly Woodburn says not being picked for England has spurred him on to improve.
Jordan Moore-Taylor's equaliser for Exeter City at Crewe was the club's 'goal of the season', says boss Paul Tisdale.
Torquay boss Gary Owers says the referee for their 3-2 loss to Sutton United is not good enough for the National League.
The big winners are Dua Lipa and Stormzy, who used his performance to attack the government on Grenfell.
Paloma Faith was among those asked about the symbol of solidarity with victims of harassment and abuse.
A fight in a bar in Leeds quickly descends into chaos, with chairs and glasses used as weapons.
One of the rapist's victims told Victoria Derbyshire that watching the number of victims rise as more women came forward was "horrendous".
Simon Field might not be able to move but he can still communicate, by blinking.
The "minor miracle" for the seal left with "horrendous" injuries from a Frisbee-style beach toy.
The singer responds to reports that he's performing at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding.
A minister is asked for his reaction to claims by the defence secretary that Jeremy Corbyn "betrayed his country" and a security minister comparing Labour's leader to Kim Philby.
The Starling Jet is due to launch in six years time at a cost of £8m.
Great Britain's bobsleighers Mica McNeill and Mica Moore have got to Pyeongchang thanks to crowdfunding.
She sat in the front row next to Vogue's Anna Wintour and gave an award to designer Richard Quinn.
Basil the collie cross was rescued from the 50ft ledge near Townhill after Saturday's earthquake.
The singer is the first female artist to get five Brit Award nominations in one year.
Belle needed treatment for an injured leg and is Cotswold Wildlife Park's first hand-reared white rhino calf.
Some 84 bags of stones are airlifted to mountains to help the Mourne Wall Restoration Project.
The parents of a boy with a mystery illness lose a fight in the High Court for doctors to continue life support.
Scientists say more people could benefit from taking pills to reduce the symptoms of acute depression.
Scientists uncover faulty genes behind a rare blood vessel disorder and say cancer drugs could treat it.
Jeremy Corbyn responds to the Daily Mail by saying stories about him and a Czech spy are "nonsense".
The actress says her "rude" comment at the Baftas was "an inside joke that fell flat".
Model Chloe Ayling revisits the place she was allegedly held after being lured to Milan.
Damian Green doesn't think he acted inappropriately towards journalist Kate Maltby
James Beardwell won praise after being filmed supporting Witham Town FC.
Three women tell the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire about their experience of upskirting.
Singer Cheryl has opened a youth centre in her home town of Newcastle in a joint venture with The Prince's Trust.
Nine-year-old Lola is about to unleash her secret weapon at a skateboarding competition.
A 1960s shopping and residential building is knocked down as part of a £25m regeneration.
Liv Moore recalls the moment a man took a photograph while she was on the Tube with her parents.
As a poll finds "worrying attitudes" among employers, three mums tell the BBC about their experiences.
With more than 200 regional papers having closed since 2005, the government has launched a review of the industry.
Customers react as KFC closes 562 restaurants after problems with a supplier caused a chicken shortage.
Officers filmed their arrest of the geophysicist after a four-year hunt involving the FBI, British police and Europol.
Gary Cliffe's disturbing account of the abuse he suffered at the hands of Barry Bennell.
Theresa May tells the BBC's political editor that she wants to ensure the education funding system is fair to students and to taxpayers.
Heart transplant patient Hannah Jones is reunited with her surgeon live on BBC Victoria Derbyshire.
Ahead of presenting the Brit Awards, Jack Whitehall reveals how his preparation is going.
The big Bafta winner this year, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri took home five awards.
From the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements to the films they made, the stars had a lot to say.