Donald Trump's chief of staff joins the attack on reporting, vowing to fight "tooth and nail".
"Now we can build," a Jerusalem official says, as a staunch Israel supporter takes office in the US.
Seven of those killed were in a Georgia trailer park apparently struck by a tornado.
The charity worker with dual British and Iranian citizenship has been jailed under secret charges.
Gyorgy Vigh had pulled many other children out of the bus when it caught fire near Verona.
Georgia Galassi ate snow and cried under the avalanche at Rigopiano hotel until rescuers arrived.
World Series winner Yordano Ventura and former MLB player Andy Marte are killed in separate car crashes in the Dominican Republic.
Areas south of the capital Santiago are seeing their worst fires in decades.
Events had been banned over cruelty in 2014, but many are seeking the legalisation of bullfighting.
But in a wide-ranging interview says it is too early to judge new US President Donald Trump.
Partial results suggest ex-PM Manuel Valls and left-wing Benoit Hamon will advance to a run-off.
Rescuers in Andhra Pradesh try to pull out those trapped after nine coaches and the engine derailed.
Chile has requested international help to deal with forest fires.
Chapecoense football team has played its first match since the plane crashed that killed most of its athletes.
A firefighting system involving a jet ski and water-powered jetpack has been showcased in Dubai.
Four people died in the path of a tornado in southern Mississippi. Swathes of the south-eastern United States were hit by storms over the weekend.
Brazilian security forces hope shipping containers will separate warring gangs at a prison.
A musician from Opole in Poland has made 2,000 mini guitars.
Chateau d'Oex in Switzerland is hosting its annual hot air balloon festival for the 39th time.
Spaces marked on main roads in Xi'an have 15 minute time limit for drivers caught short.
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".
New White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has warned that the media will be held "accountable".
A team of experts is using DNA technology to identify victims of the Bosnian war of the 1990s.
In Havana, stray cats and dogs prowl the streets. Responsibility for looking after them lies with the public - as Will Grant found when he befriended a ginger tomcat.
A group of young men hopes to put Iraqi Kurdistan on the fashion map - and effect social change.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
When Islamic State seized control of his hometown and began killing his police colleagues, Iraqi officer Abu Alawi resorted to unconventional measures to stay alive.
Animal rights activists caught in social media cross-fire regarding banned bull-taming tradition.
France picks its Socialist presidential nominee in a fight for the party's direction, even its survival.
How is Yangon coping with a new bus system hoping to modernise the city?
More than half a million people demand to be heard a day after Donald Trump is elected.
From his bank balance to his lack of pets - here's how Donald Trump is making presidential history.
An A&E nurse says she is asked by management how many hours she thinks dying patients will live - because they need the beds. From 5 live Investigates.
The family of a teenager who died from a brain tumour has discovered dozens of previously unseen videos she made.
Members of the Lancashire Lions explain how blind cricket works and the effect it has had on their lives
The stars of T2 Trainspotting have gathered in Edinburgh for the film's world premiere.
The 94-year-old, who underwent pioneering plastic surgery after the war, has terminal cancer.
Weather forecast for the UK
An English town has made a statue of the much-loved writer - but Jane Austen's appearance is a mystery.
Theresa May is "not afraid" to tell Donald Trump if she finds his comments unacceptable.
T2 Trainspotting comes out in cinemas on 27 January.
Wayne Rooney says it is a "great feeling" to break Sir Bobby Charlton's goalscoring record at Manchester United after scoring his 250th goal for the club against Stoke.
Two metal detector enthusiasts found a huge hoard of Celtic treasure, reports Robert Hall.
Schoolchildren have helped send a robot into near space.
Theresa May refuses to say if she knew about a reported missile test misfire before the Commons Trident vote.
A mother from London has created a Jamaican Patois-speaking doll for her daughter to reflect her heritage.
Thousands of protesters in London fill Trafalgar Square as part of a Women's March on the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency.
A family from Yorkshire is thought to be the only one with six generations alive at the same time. Grandmother Sue Godward and her daughter Niki Mellor spoke to 5 Live.
As women globally take to the streets as part of a day of protests, Hannah tells us why she decided to march.
Meet Sarah Davies, a former beauty queen turned weightlifter, who explains how the loss of funding in her sport will impact her career.
Irish jockey Jack Kennedy manages to stay on his horse Bilko despite almost being thrown off it at a meeting at Thurles.
An artist has recreated more than 70 global landmarks using Lego bricks.
The four-year-old can be heard trying to explain to the operator that his mother is not moving.
Mike Bushell reveals how Great Britain's speed skaters are now training in the Netherlands.
Thousands of people attend anti-Trump protests in London and Edinburgh.
Scientists are hoping to create a smart patch which could detect the early onset of osteoarthritis in patients' knees.
Afro-Caribbean community leader Judah Adunbi was mistaken by officers in Bristol for a wanted man.
A hospital patient who occupied a bed for more than years was evicted after a hospital applied for a court order.
Welshman Alex Thomson completed the 2016-17 Vendee Globe round the world race in second place.
The biggest leap in diagnosing prostate cancer "in decades" has been made using new scanning equipment, say doctors and campaigners.
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.
Tottenham Hotspur have revealed images of the club's new stadium which is being built in north London.
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'.
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.
Dr Hashim Ahmed describes a new breakthrough in prostate cancer diagnosis
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.
A series of TV adverts featuring dancing builders and businessmen wearing hot pants prompted the most complaints last year.
Wheelchair user Doug Paulley says the case "will hopefully make a major difference for disabled travellers".