From: BBC News - Home
Alabama election: Democrat Jones defeats Roy Moore in Senate upset
Doug Jones wins a Senate seat for Alabama after a bitter campaign against Trump-backed Roy Moore.
Erdogan: World should recognise Jerusalem as Palestinian capital
Turkey's president says the US decision to recognise the city as Israel's capital is "null and void".
The road that tells the story of a country
Fergal Keane reveals the crisis in DR Congo's Kasai region, where millions face starvation.
Yemen war: Air strikes on rebel prison in Sanaa 'kill 30'
At least 30 people are reportedly killed as Saudi-led attacks hit a Houthi prison in Sanaa.
'Feminism' is Merriam-Webster dictionary's word of the year
The #MeToo campaign, women's marches and "pussyhat" protesters help decide Merriam-Webster's choice.
Baby has heart put back inside chest
How a baby born with her heart outside her body has survived after surgery at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester.
Switzerland's Gotthard road tunnel closed by deadly crash
Two people are killed in a head-on smash that closes one of Europe's main transport routes.
Chris Froome: Cyclist facing questions over adverse test result
Team Sky cyclist Chris Froome is asked to provide more details after adverse findings show he had double the allowed level of a legal asthma drug in his urine.
Warmer Arctic is the 'new normal'
The reliably frozen Arctic is history, say scientists who warn of an unprecedented rate of warming.
Indian woman arrested over 'replacement husband plot'
Cosmetic surgery was sought to disguise a woman's lover after they murdered her husband, police say.
LinkedIn hosted jihadist lectures, Blair institute reveals
Lectures and essays by Islamist extremists have been shared on the Microsoft-owned social network.
Two Reuters journalists arrested in Myanmar
The two had been missing since Tuesday and authorities have now confirmed their detention.
Theresa May 'dancing to EU's tune' over Brexit, says Farage
Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage criticises "Theresa the appeaser" as MEPs urge the UK to honour agreements.
US helicopter part crashes on Japanese school in Okinawa
It's the latest incident angering locals who are calling for all US troops to leave the island.
'Lonely gifs' by Motocross Saito celebrate solitude in Japan
An illustrator's creative gifs depicting solitary "calm in the chaos" of urban life attract interest online.
Australian police spot 'monster' python
The image of an officer next to the "monster" snake has been viewed two million times, police say.
Raqqa: 'I blame the coalition'
Civilians are returning to Raqqa after Islamic State were pushed out, but dangers, and wounds, remain.
In pictures: The Art of Building 2017
This year's entries capture buildings from all angles.
Apps aim to keep Rio safe from crime
How data is being used to help monitor crime in Rio de Janeiro.
Star power: Princes turn out for Star Wars premiere
William and Harry joined cast and crew of The Last Jedi at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Polar bear video: Is it really the 'face of climate change'?
Images of a starving Canadian bear go viral - but all may not be as it appears.
THIS is how you respond to a Golden Globes snub
The Big Sick star Kumail Nanjiani pretends to be Steven Spielberg after missing out on a Globe nod.
Maradona statue: When football sculptures go wrong
A wild-haired statue of footballing legend Maradona has been unveiled in India.
Syria war: Putin's Russian mission accomplished
The Syria campaign made Russia a key player in the Middle East, Steve Rosenberg writes.
How Jacob Zuma's presidency shaped South African speech
From "Zupta" to "Mantash", how Jacob Zuma's presidency has shaped the way South Africans speak.
Trumplomacy: Tillerson's 2018 hopes for North Korea
The secretary of state appeared to soften his tone on North Korea at a Washington policy speech.
'Have a stoma and live or don't have one and die'
Natalie Toper tells her story of why she wears a stoma and how it has affected her daily life.
The rage and hatred behind a public murder
A video of a Hindu murdering a Muslim man in the name of "love jihad" has left most Indians stunned.
100 Women: 'Why I invented the glass ceiling phrase'
Workplace consultant Marilyn Loden coined the phrase "the glass ceiling" 39 years ago but says it is still as relevant as ever.
How a Welsh jeans firm became a cult global brand
Despite being based in a small Welsh town, the Hiut Demin Company is exporting its jeans globally.
FAW chief Jonathan Ford faces probe over 'English' comment
FAW chief executive Jonathan Ford is to face a disciplinary panel over stating the next Wales manager could be foreign "but definitely not English".
Ashes: England 'a couple of bad sessions from losing the Ashes' says Steve Smith
Australia captain Steve Smith says England are 'a couple of bad sessions away from losing the Ashes' in the third Test in Perth.
Ashes: What difference does an extra 5mph make for a fast bowler?
Why do Australia have faster bowlers than England? Is pace born or made? And does it even matter?
Formula 1 drivers' union gets '100%' membership due to concerns over future
Formula 1 drivers unanimously sign up to Grand Prix Drivers' Association because of concerns the sport is being diluted by politics and complex rules.
Bianca Walkden: BBC Sports Personality 2017 contender
Fighter defended her world taekwondo title and won all four Grand Prix events - profile of Sports Personality nominee.
BBC Sport advent calendar: Black-ball mystery frustrates Mark Selby in World Championship
Day 13 of BBC Sport's advent calendar, did Mark Selby hit the black ball? Watch the controversial moment from the World Championship final and judge for yourself.
Tyson Fury: British boxing authority will review fighter's licence to box in January
The British Boxing Board of Control will review Tyson Fury's boxing licence suspension in January.
Hae halpamatka Googlesta