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Florida school shooting: Armed officer 'did not confront killer'
An armed deputy stood outside the building as the Florida shooting took place, officials say.
Barnaby Joyce: Scandal-hit Australia deputy PM to resign
One of Australia's most colourful political figures, Barnaby Joyce will quit as the country's deputy PM.
Policeman dies in Spain football clashes
A police officer suffers a heart attack amid violence in Spain before the Europa League tie.
Trump-Russia: New charges for Paul Manafort and Rick Gates
Mr Manafort and Mr Gates allegedly conspired to hide more than $30m from tax officials.
Syria war: Children struggle to survive in Eastern Ghouta
This is the cost of five days of relentless air strikes for children in Eastern Ghouta, Syria.
Syria war: Russia says no agreement on ceasefire resolution
The UN Security Council fails to agree a ceasefire as the death toll in a rebel enclave passes 400.
Winter Olympics 2018: Ivanka Trump arrives for closing ceremony
The first daughter is leading a US delegation to the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics.
Argentina foils diplomatic luggage cocaine plot
Arrests are made in Argentina after 400kg of cocaine was found in Russian diplomatic luggage.
Why fruit tea can wear away your teeth
Sipping acidic fruit teas between meals can wear away teeth, a study shows – and it's not the only thing.
State-rescued RBS first profit in 10 years
The taxpayer-owned bank has reported an annual profit for the first time since the financial crisis.
Dutch MPs vote to recognise disputed Armenian 'genocide'
Dutch MPs recognise the mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks in 1915 as "genocide", angering Turkey.
Komla Dumor Award 2018: Seeking a rising star of African journalism
BBC seeks future star of African journalism for the BBC World News Komla Dumor Award 2018.
Weinstein sorry for using Streep and Lawrence to ward off lawsuit
The disgraced movie mogul apologises after his lawyers quoted Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence.
How meat is recycled and sold to the poor
Ever wonder what happens to restaurant leftovers? In Manila, meat from rubbish tips is recycled.
Kylie Jenner 'sooo over' Snapchat - and shares tumble
Shares in Snapchat's owner sink after the reality TV star tweets her criticism of the messaging app.
On patrol with South Korea's suicide river rescue team
Suicide rates in South Korea are among the highest in the world, according to the World Health Organisation. Meet the river rescue team trying to save lives in the capital, Seoul.
Quiz: And Salma's joke was... what?
7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?
Does this bodycam show a man killed by a cop had a gun?
Police say this footage of a fatal shooting by a California officer shows the victim had a gun.
NRA and Florida: Seven things Wayne LaPierre blames after shooting
European socialists, the mainstream media and the FBI are on Wayne LaPierre's list. Guns are not.
Africa's week in pictures: 16-22 February 2018
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Seychelles protects an area 'as big as Britain' in Indian Ocean
A novel deal with donors including Leonardo DiCaprio turned public debt into conservation funding.
Florida shooting: Teachers want to be armed, but not with guns
US teachers have been posting on Instagram what they would prefer to be armed with.
Moment policeman catches falling child
He was guarding a bank in Asyut, Egypt, when he spotted the boy three floors above.
Why some screen time may be a 'good' thing
Concerns about time spent online are widespread, but knowing how much is 'OK' is difficult.
The £10-a-game poker player who won $2.6m
Caravan salesman John Hesp plays poker once a month, so it was a huge shock when he went to Las Vegas and won a small fortune.
Nationalism in heart of Europe needles EU
Alarm over migrants fuels resurgent nationalism in Central Europe, Jenny Hill reports.
The low-cost mini satellites bringing mobile to the world
Billions of people still have no access to mobile services, but nano-satellites could change this.
Neanderthals were capable of making art
Contrary to the traditional view of them as brutes, it turns out that Neanderthals enjoyed making art.
'Weird world I was warned never to tell about'
Pauline Dakin's childhood was full of secrets, disruption and unpleasant surprises - it wasn't until many years later that she found out why.
Syria conflict: Will powers end up in direct war?
The increasing tension between the different countries with a stake in the Syrian conflict poses a real threat to the region.
Why are so many teenagers running for Kansas governor?
High school students say they want to run for office in Kansas – here’s why they’re doing it.
Syria war: Families struggle to survive in Eastern Ghouta, under siege
Syrians in the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta live in fear as the government steps up its bombardment.
What will Brexit mean for Britain's overseas territories?
Brexit will have profound consequences for the 250,000 people in the UK's overseas territories.
What does Australia need from Trump's US?
US-Australia expert Prof Simon Jackman explains why Canberra has "doubled down" on the relationship.
Why has Ethiopia imposed a state of emergency?
It follows the prime minister's shock resignation and the release of hundreds of political prisoners.
Six radical ways to tackle US school shootings
After 17 people were killed in Florida, could these measures stop school shootings in the US?
North Korea's Kim Yo-jong baby rumours fascinate South
Kim Jong-un's sister's possible pregnancy stokes fascination with the North's opaque ruling dynasty.
Selling Siberia to the world through cosmetics
How a Russian entrepreneur created a popular cosmetics brand based around using extracts from Siberian herbs.
Jadon Sancho: Borussia Dortmund's ex-Man City winger living the 'dream'
Young English winger Jadon Sancho talks to BBC Sport about playing in front of Borussia Dortmund's 'yellow wall' and whether he dares dream of World Cup selection.
Winter Olympics: Elise Christie reacts to messages of support
Great Britain short track skater Elise Christie reacts to messages of support on social media after she failed to win a medal in three attempts at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Carabao Cup and Premier League predictions: Lawro v 'I, Tonya' stars Margot Robbie & Allison Janney
Mark Lawrenson takes on 'I, Tonya' stars Margot Robbie & Allison Janney to predict this weekend's Carabao Cup final and Premier League fixtures.
Brendan Rodgers: Celtic lacked bravery & belief at Zenit
Brendan Rodgers bemoans his Celtic side's negativity as Zenit St Petersburg ease into the Europa League last 16 with a 3-0 win.
Winter Olympics: Canada's Kelsey Serwa wins women's ski cross
Watch highlights from the women's ski cross event, including the defending champion crashing out in the day's first heat, a photo finish, and a gold medal for Canada's Kelsey Serwa.
Winter Olympics: Alina Zagitova beats Evgenia Medvedeva to figure skating gold
Fifteen-year-old Alina Zagitova becomes the youngest women's figure skating champion since 1998, defeating fellow Russian and two-time world champion Evgenia Medvedeva in the process.
McLaren: New colour and engine for 2018 F1 season
McLaren reveal the car they hope will return them to at least relative competitiveness in the 2018 season.
Skater from Russia wins team's first gold
Alina Zagitova wins Olympic athletes from Russia's first gold medal of the 2018 Winter Olympics in the women's single figure skating.
Winter Olympics: Kelsey Serwa wins women's ski cross gold
Kelsey Serwa claims gold in the women's ski cross at the Winter Olympics as part of a Canadian one-two in Pyeongchang.
Elise Christie says Winter Olympic failures will not 'define' her
Britain's Elise Christie says her Winter Olympic failures do not "define" her and she will come back stronger at the next Games in Beijing.
Winter Olympics: USA beat Canada on penalties to win women's ice hockey gold
USA win Winter Olympics gold in the women's ice hockey for the first time in 20 years as they beat Canada in a dramatic shootout.
Winter Olympics: Michelle Gisin wins combined gold as Lindsey Vonn fails to finish
Lindsey Vonn fails to finish her final Olympic race as Switzerland's Michelle Gisin takes gold in the women's alpine combined.
Winter Olympics: Russia curler Alexander Krushelnitsky stripped of bronze for doping
Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky is stripped of his Pyeongchang 2018 bronze medal after being found guilty of doping.
Winter Olympics 2018: South Korea's accidental curling superstars
Few rated the Garlic Girls at first, but the team could win a medal and South Koreans are loving it.
Shannon Matthews: The unravelling of the truth
Ten years on since the kidnapping hoax, has the full story been revealed?
The playboy who got away with $242m – using ‘black magic’
How Foutanga Babani Sissoko pulled off one of the most audacious confidence tricks of all time.
Florida school shooting: A killer comes to 'paradise'
Students re-live Wednesday's shooting in Florida - and demand tougher gun laws from their government.
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