Medals awarded to the Royal Navy's most decorated pilot, Captain Eric "Winkle" Brown, are unveiled in Somerset.
An academy school - which has had consistently low pupil numbers - will close at the end of the 2018 summer term.
South Africa opener Dean Elgar joins Somerset as their overseas player for 2017.
West Brom criticise 'unclear' EFL Trophy rules after Andre Wright's loan move to Yeovil has to be called off.
A transgender man is crowd-funding to raise money to pay for gender reassignment surgery.
British explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes abandons his effort to climb Mount Aconcagua in Argentina after suffering severe back pain.
A man who seriously injured a baby boy leaving him severely disabled is jailed for four-and-a-half years.
Firefighters in Bristol rescue a horse which had become trapped upside down between a wall and building.
Glastonbury organisers reveal name of new festival which will be separate and in a different place.
Concussion remains the most commonly reported match injury in the Premiership, accounting for approximately 25% of the total.
Sale's Tom Arscott met Bristol back and brother Luke Arscott before their game on 1 January, says Bristol coach Mark Tainton.
League Two Yeovil Town sign West Bromwich Albion striker Andre Wright on loan until the end of the season.
Yahya Jammeh given until noon to cede power to Adama Barrow as Senegalese troops stand by.
President-elect tells cheering supporters at the Lincoln Memorial: "You're not forgotten anymore."
Three people including a young child are killed, but police say it is not a terror attack.
Joaquin Guzman is flown to New York charged with money laundering and drug trafficking.
The figure meets Beijing's forecasts, but some say growth is slower than the official data suggests.
A man is taken by a 3.3m (11ft) crocodile after ignoring signs at a "notorious" crossing, police say.
Rescuers refuse to abandon hope as search for dozens of people buried under rubble and snow goes on.
The firefighters were battling a blaze in a 17-storey building in Tehran when it fell to the ground.
Supreme Court judge Teori Zavascki was in charge of investigating corruption at state oil giant Petrobras.
A British journalist and an Australian bar owner are accused of possessing hashish in Indonesia.
The crack in Antarctica's Larsen C Ice Shelf that looks set to spawn a giant iceberg has spread a further 10km.
The Talladega Marching Tornadoes are a historically black college marching band that agreed to play for Donald Trump's inauguration.
Aerial footage reveals the wall of snow blocking rescuers from reaching a hotel engulfed by an avalanche in central Italy.
A landmark high-rise building in the Iranian capital, Tehran, collapses after being engulfed by fire.
A US youth frisbee team used a mobile phone to film a frisbee crossing a frozen lake in the wind. Here's what happened.
Rescuers battled overnight to reach the Rigopiano hotel, with the first of them arriving on skis.
President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman denies any Russian government involvement in hacking to influence the 2017 US election result.
A girl, who was kidnapped as a baby 18 years ago, has defended the woman who took her from a Florida hospital.
Activists unhappy about Mike Pence becoming US vice-president danced to Beyonce and Whitney Houston outside his house.
The iconic brand of salty yeast spread is bought by Bega Cheese from US giant Mondelez in $A460m deal
Country makes exception to its strict environmental policy to rid itself of giant reeds.
Officials in Odawara apologise for jackets referring to benefits cheats as "dregs".
A city in China forbids banquets for people marrying for a second time.
Might the search for missing airliner MH370 resume, and if so who would pay for it?
In India, where crimes against women are rampant, a female activist speaks up for harassed men.
An eyewitness relieves the horror of an erroneous bombing by Nigeria's military of a camp for displaced people.
A transgender woman who offered people the chance to ask "invasive questions" on an internet forum has been overwhelmed by the response.
The man whose Google Earth hunt inspired a Hollywood film says his life has changed once more.
Photographs taken by BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen as he takes a journey through eastern Aleppo's largely deserted streets.
The only black college marching band to play at the Trump inauguration reaches Washington, braving an intense backlash.
During the election, the BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan spoke to many Trump supporters on the campaign trail. Now she asks what their hopes are for the new administration.
More than 50 House Democrats are boycotting Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony amid a feud between the president-elect and civil rights activist John Lewis.
People in the US describe their feelings about going to Donald Trump's inauguration in Washington DC
The world watches as Mr Trump is sworn in as the 45th US president on 20 January.
Donald Trump's mother Mary Anne MacLeod grew up on the Hebridean island of Lewis.
The businessman's surprise win in the US election has already had a major impact on the world.
Donald Trump has put together a star-studded line-up for his official inauguration celebrations.
The uncle of a four-year-old girl speaks outside court, after her mother and another man are sentenced for feeding her a deadly amount of drugs.
A groundbreaking rally driver is having to crowdfund her next race after losing her sponsors.
A look back the the career of former deputy first minister, Martin McGuinness.
Who will host the Brit Awards after Michael Buble announced a career hiatus to care for his family?
Watch the full speech by British Prime Minister Theresa May on the UK's strategy for exiting the European Union.
Bad weather in Italy and Spain is significantly increasing the price of vegetables across northern Europe
The Breakfast team have been monkeying around with one of the stars of new series 'Spy in the Wild'.
A series of TV adverts featuring dancing builders and businessmen wearing hot pants prompted the most complaints last year.
Thousands of UK and Dutch tourists continue to be evacuated from The Gambia on special charter flights. People arriving at Manchester airport spoke to the BBC.
A supermarket in Moray introduces a "relaxed" lane aimed at making life at the checkout less stressful for some of its more vulnerable customers.
Zahid Mahmood, wrongly accused by columnist Katie Hopkins of being a Muslim extremist, has invited her to his house for tea. Catrin Nye reports.
Tulip Mazumdar visits the Jenner Institute at the University of Oxford where scientists are developing vaccines for all three of the shortlisted viruses.
Our coastline is constantly battered by the sea, but what is the science behind a cliff collapse?
Tourists were told to leave The Gambia following President Yahya Jammeh's refusal to hand power to the president-elect.
Wheelchair user Doug Paulley says the case "will hopefully make a major difference for disabled travellers".