Stephen Hawking quiz: How much do you know about scientist Stephen Hawking, his life and his theories?
They have one week to leave Britain after Russia failed to explain the use of a nerve agent against an ex-spy.
Six models of the AmazonBasics product have been identified as posing a burns hazard.
They will stop lessons for 17 minutes to remember the 17 people killed in Parkland a month ago.
A look at key foreign issues on which new Secretary of State Mike Pompeo might sway President Trump.
The alert comes as Kick 'em Jenny, in the eastern Caribbean, shows increased activity.
The Mauritian president is accused of spending thousands on a charity-provided bank card.
Her new government is under pressure to get down to business after months of political deadlock.
From meeting presidents to popes, we look back at some of Professor Hawking's most notable public appearances.
Julius Maada Bio - who once led a military junta in the country - now faces a run-off.
Some 23,000 people were moved in Fano, after the device was found during excavation work.
Despite a crippling illness, Stephen Hawking became one of the most respected scientists of his age.
The search giant follows Facebook in censoring ads for initial coin offerings and trading services.
The move comes a month after the court began examining the Philippine leader's war on drugs.
As US North Korea undermines the alliance with Japan, Mr Abe is also facing a mounting scandal back home.
Professor Hawking was known for his ground-breaking work with black holes and relativity.
The poll in a conservative area is seen as a test for Republicans ahead of November's mid-terms.
Maria Figueroa of El Salvador is released from jail after a 30-year sentence for murder is reduced.
In investigating how the Russian state discredits its critics, John Sweeney found some of the tactics were used against him.
Critics say "crunch time", an intense burst of work just before a game is released, can be dangerous.
A student at Uganda's Makerere University says staff harassed her when she reported an attempted rape.
A Pakistani designer who made a board game mocking arranged marriage says the media mistook her real intentions.
The Kremlin has been focusing on getting young people to vote in Sunday's election, but many still say they will stay away.
Ava DuVernay explains why her film about a girl's quest to find her father "loves a wider audience".
The secretary of state fired by Mr Trump warns of Russia's "troubling behaviour" as a parting shot.
Amar is one of thousands of African migrants being told to leave Israel, or face arrest.
How Mexican entrepreneur Ixchel Anaya launched a reusable nappies business that exports around the globe.
The United Airlines attendant ordered the owner to put a bag containing the pet into the locker.
Shoes laid outside the US Capitol in Washington represent young victims of gun violence.
The sisters lost their deportation case at the European Union's top court last July.
A judge freed Ziad Itani and ordered the arrest of a security officer who built the case against him.
On his first visit to California, the US president discusses what type of wall he would like to see.
Mr McEntee, who is reportedly facing a financial crimes investigation, was escorted from the White House.
Rex reportedly called the president 'a moron', while Trump sought to 'castrate' his secretary of state.
A downbeat Secretary of State Rex Tillerson responds after being fired by President Trump.
Social media users discuss the ousting of Rex Tillerson, and asks why Trump won't say his former catchphrase.
Nikolas Cruz is accused of killing 17 people at a school before escaping and visiting McDonald's.
The famous winged dinosaur Archaeopteryx, once thought of as the first bird, could fly, research shows.
If passed, the bill will allow 18-year-olds to marry and sign contracts without parental consent.
The unusual move by the Tehran Municipality has been welcomed online but some also want concrete action
The president of Greek club PAOK Salonika apologises after he entered the field with a gun during his side's match on Sunday.
IMF head Christine Lagarde says the technology behind crypto-currencies could stop their nefarious use.
She is named by the president as head of the spy agency, succeeding Mike Pompeo.
The president says the United States could condemn Russia if the allegations are found to be true.
A firm funded by Google founder Larry Page has unveiled an electric, self-flying air taxi, developed in New Zealand.
Bertrand Cantat was convicted of killing his former girlfriend in a Lithuanian hotel room in 2003.
The man is suspected of having had a key role in the 2014 disappearance of 43 students from Iguala.
Sycophantic questions and blocked posts are among the tools used to manage this political event.
Faisal and Hassan are both Rohingya teenagers and both live with six others, but lead very different lives.
US President Donald Trump sacks Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, replacing him with CIA chief Mike Pompeo
A table in Vietnam where the US leader ate with US chef Anthony Bourdain is encased in glass.
A California judge awards custody of the death cult leader's remains to his grandson, Jason Freeman.
A probe into human rights abuses against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar holds Facebook to account.
Reports say most of the victims in Legambo district were university students.
Experts say recordings show confusion between air traffic control and the pilot before the plane crash landed.
The duo's film company will add the clauses to its contracts to improve diversity on and off screen.
The scientists and a contractor were carrying out research on Joinville Island in Antarctica.
The magazine's editor says past coverage propagated "every type of cliché".
Rami Hamdallah was unhurt and said the attack would not derail Palestinian reconciliation efforts.
The Perito Moreno glacier in Argentina is one of very few globally that grows rather than shrinks
The army camp where the rapper is based has run out of ink and paper, says his management company.
Turkish army says it has surrounded northern Syrian town of Afrin as part of offensive against Kurdish fighters.
The fossil was severed from a rock in a remote world heritage site, authorities say.
Theresa May warns Moscow must explain its role in the Salisbury nerve agent attack or face a retaliation.
They say the plane "shock violently" before crash-landing near the airport, killing at least 49 people,
Once upon a time in the rainy Sahara forest a child was born with a mutation - or so scientists think.
A new Mary Magdalene film sets out to refute the commonly held assumption that she was a prostitute.
Republicans on the House intelligence panel say Russia did not try to get Donald Trump elected.
People in 10 countries share their views of Vladimir Putin, ahead of Russia's presidential election.
Qatar is taking drastic action to help people lose weight and fight diabetes.
A moment of fear in the air is part of a rehab programme in Australia.
Broadcom's attempt to buy US rival Qualcomm "threatens to impair national security", the President rules.
Here's why some Norwegians are making a day trip to Sweden to get their sugar fix.
The New York opera house says there is "credible evidence" for abuse claims against the conductor.
Police did not rule out the possibility of all three attacks in Texas being hate crimes.
The alleged assault during clashes in Marseille left an England fan with serious brain injuries
President Juan Manuel Santos reopens peace talks halted in January after a series of deadly attacks.
Oskar Gröning, a former SS man convicted in 2015 of being an accessory to murder, dies in hospital.
Sergei and Yulia Skripal were poisoned by the nerve agent Novichok, the PM says. So what is it?
A rebel group in the Eastern Ghouta says it has agreed with Russia to evacuate wounded people.
Police say they cannot rule out a hate crime as the victims in both fatalities were black.
A politician reveals he and his senator colleagues are paid $37,500 a month each for expenses.
The main suspect in the murder of eight-year-old Gabriel Cruz is his father's partner.
The poison used was a military-grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia, says Theresa May.
The 17 victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting are honoured at a Miami art exhibition.
He founded the iconic fashion house and dressed some of the world's most beautiful women for decades.
The BBC's Steve Rosenberg asks Russia's president if Moscow was behind the attack on Sergei Skripal.
A women's rights group wants Onesimus Twinamasiko to apologise and seek couples' therapy.
It ends weeks of speculation that the superstar couple were going on tour with On The Run II.
Russia's president faces a backlash for comments about alleged US poll interference by Jews and other groups.
Jude Massey became the youngest person to row across an ocean in a team of two after completing the trip.
French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy, famed for styling Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy, dies aged 91.
Norway has led the way in introducing a sugar tax - but not everybody in the country is a fan.
Aged eight, Nice Leng'ete was destined to undergo female genital mutilation. But she fought back. This is her story.
Simpson hypothetically discusses his role in two murders in an interview that was originally shelved.
A plane carrying 71 passengers and crew has crashed on landing at Nepal's Kathmandu airport.
Firefighters fought the grassland blaze for a day before finally bringing it under control.
Tensions continue over US tariffs on imported steel and aluminium imposed by President Trump.
Robert Kalinak resigns amid a political crisis caused by the killing of a reporter and his fianceé.
White House plans in response to school shootings fall short of President Trump's public remarks.