The anti-racism activist who spent a year infiltrating the white nationalist alt-right and saw the violence in Charlottesville up close.
As Russia prepares to elect Vladimir Putin for a third term as president on 18 March, Gabriel Gatehouse looks back at a revealing moment from February 2000.
Since the beginning of the year, Nigeria has been gripped by an outbreak of the deadly Lassa fever.
Wang Chi is a plus-size social media celebrity in Taiwan, but she's taking on a new challenge.
Parts of Paris's 850-year-old Gothic masterpiece are starting to crumble, because of pollution eating the stone.
The ruling party makes sure critics have no voice during its annual congress.
The video purports to show US soldiers being ambushed by IS-linked militants in Niger.
Demonstrators hit back at the independence movement by demanding their own fictional state, Tabarnia.
Jon Romano, who took a shotgun into school in 2004, praised student activists and gun control calls.
President Kiska calls for a government shake-up after the murder of a journalist, angering the PM.
Fiorentina defender Davide Astori's death at the age of 31 has had a profound impact in his native Italy.
A South African factory is blamed for a listeria outbreak that has killed 180 people in a year.
She has been praised by local officials after suffering a brain haemorrhage during the incident.
The orphaned animal sat with his pilot as they travelled to a new home.
A referendum is being held on whether to abolish the 451-franc ($480; £348) annual broadcast fee.
The warning comes after Donald Trump announced steel tariffs and said that trade wars were good.
Aid agencies struggle to reach isolated areas in Papua New Guinea, nearly a week after a large quake.
Sir Roger Bannister, the first person to run a mile in under four minutes, dies at the age of 88.
The Syrian government is reported to be increasing military pressure on the Eastern Ghouta.
Fiorentina captain and Italy international Davide Astori dies at the age of 31.
The US president joked about his son-in-law, White House "chaos" and Kim Jong-un at the event.
The deal ends five months of political deadlock, and extends Angela Merkel's time as chancellor.
The horror film has won best film at the event - the same honour Moonlight won there last year.
Four Mexican police officers allegedly confess to handing three missing Italians to a criminal gang.
Populist and anti-immigrant parties could make major gains in an unpredictable contest.
It's a big event in China's political theatre and will boost the president's grip on power.
As more and more luxury labels are emerging out of Africa, how will they compete with the global market?
The BBC asked people in Nagaland, a hilly state in the northeast, what being Indian means to them.
Up to half a million children go missing in India every year. Sonia Faleiro met the parents of one, a 13-year-old girl snatched while walking with her mother.
Meet the mother who put up billboards to find her missing daughter, in a story that reflects the Oscar-nominated film, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.
Celia recovered from a parent's worst nightmare. Then it happened again.
The fighting in Aleppo has ended. Life is resuming for children, but it's a very different life for some of them.
Fighting has intensified in Syria's rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, where food supplies are dwindling.
Om Abdullah started driving to earn money after her husband died.
The US president steps up the war of words on trade, condemning the "big trade imbalance".
The US Secret Service says the person suffered a "self-inflicted gun shot wound"
The pro-Syrian government troops hit had entered the region to back Kurdish militiamen.
A €60 fine to a pregnant Paris metro user for misusing a one-way system sparks social media anger.
Ice skaters take a twirl on the frozen canals of the Netherlands.
The Liberals return to power amid controversy over a proposal to ease ownership rules.
All seven men arrested in connection with the killing of an investigative journalist are released.
Sydney has staged the first Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade since same-sex marriage was legalised.
Jonathan Udall was on honeymoon with new wife Eleanor Udall when the helicopter crashed.
The animated film triumphs at Hollywood's Razzie awards, on the eve of the Oscars.
Another 15 people have fallen ill with listeria bacteria found in melons from a New South Wales farm.
President Donald Trump says he thinks the US can "win" a trade war. Here are some costs he might encounter along the way.
BlackRock Inc is stepping up pressure on firearms companies after the Florida school shooting.
Celebs walking the red carpet can expect plenty of perks, from $2m rings to a DNA profile kit.
Police in Honduras arrest a top executive on suspicion of masterminding the murder of Berta Caceres.
A quick guide to the films up for best picture at the Oscars 2018.
The false claims, misinformation and altered images attempting to influence Italy's election.
Fresh elections could be held if Social Democrats vote against a new alliance with Angela Merkel's conservatives.
Happy deers, a toe-curling Fresh Prince interpretation and more things to cheer you up from this week.
Others could follow Washington's example and hit the US with tough trade restrictions, it says.
A year embedded with the people fighting the Islamic State group
Households pay 451 francs ($480; £348) a year but a referendum could end that, writes Imogen Foulkes.
Venezuela used to be the richest country in South America. But now the economy has collapsed.
The Second Amendment set the direction on gun rights, but what other events brought us here now?
Immigration and high youth unemployment have dominated an angry and divisive campaign.
Thousands of flights were cancelled as coastal communities braced for more flooding.
Two Burundi officials have been imprisoned after the African country's president was "roughed up" in a football match they organised.
Five times the speed of sound from Beijing to New York in a few hours - but is it a likely scenario?
The famous preacher's funeral was attended by more than 2,000 people, including President Trump
Thousands of flights are cancelled and more than a million homes have no power.
Slovaks hold anti-mafia vigils across the nation in memory of a journalist and his fianceé.
Unrest has broken out between the Hema and Lendu communities in the north-eastern province of Ituri.
"We will not sit idly while our industry is hit," says European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker.
After a court settled a long-running gas dispute in Ukraine's favour, Russia refused to deliver.
It comes on the same day Olympian Aly Raisman sued US Gymnastics and the US Olympic Committee.
She faced death threats, defended women's rights and took on critics in her stride.
The malnourished victims, aged 11, 13 and 14, and had lived in the box for four years, say police.
Shannon Egeland said he was shot after stopping to help a pregnant driver. But his plot backfired.
Croatia and Real Madrid player Luka Modric has been charged with lying at a former manager's trial.
She is accused of spreading "false news" after telling the BBC of her daughter's disappearance.
At least four people are dead following an avalanche near Entraunes, in south-east France.
In 2001 Melania Knauss scored a coveted visa reserved for people of "extraordinary ability".
Forty years on from the beating of gay activists, the 2018 march will carry special resonance.
The mysterious case of a British-South African horticulturalist couple allegedly kidnapped by IS in South Africa.
Severe weather brings disruption to large parts of the continent and at least 55 people have died.
The US is "losing billions of dollars on trade", the president says after announcing new tariffs.
Over 1.5m penguins, the largest population on the Antarctic Peninsula, has been found on the Danger Islands.
Gunfire and explosion heard near army headquarters and French embassy in Burkina Faso capital Ouagadougou.
Four medics have been suspended after reports they cut open the skull of the wrong patient.
Thursday's NRA talks came a day after the president said lawmakers were "petrified" of the group.
The disgraced producer is depicted in his dressing gown as a golden artwork called Casting Couch.
George Corones is a few months shy of 100 but may now hold the world record in his age group.
Volunteers from a charity perform to Rohingya refugee children in a camp in Bangladesh.
Fire rips through drug rehabilitation centre in Azerbaijan's capital Baku killing at least 26 people, reports say
Gandhi called Jesus "one of the greatest teachers of mankind" in a 1926 letter to a religious elder.
Diplomats meet in Jerusalem in a bid to resolve a row over Poland's controversial new Holocaust law.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
George Corones says he is "quite delighted" after appearing to have smashed a freestyle benchmark.
One report says the eight soldiers killed were ambushed by Kurdish fighters using tunnels.
A BBC investigation has found Saudi Arabian companies offering to make hashtags trend artificially in contravention of Twitter's rules.
Georgia lawmakers pass a bill stripped of an earlier provision giving Delta Air Lines a tax break.
Maisie Sly is enjoying her trip to Hollywood before the awards ceremony on Sunday.
The move comes a day after a congressional oversight committee opened an inquiry into the purchase.
Who is standing for parliament in Italy, what policies do they advocate and does the outcome matter?
Three years ago, Rosa Parks’ house was on the demolition list. Then an artist stepped forward.
Plans to impose tariffs in steel and aluminium imports bring an angry international response.