Matthew Hedges is found guilty of spying but his family say the verdict is based on a false confession.
The PM will meet Jean-Claude Juncker - as a cabinet minister says MPs won't allow a no-deal Brexit.
The president said her husband was not a war hero - Cindy McCain tells the BBC she may never get over it.
Denise Coates, the founder of Bet365 has seen her compensation rise to £265m as online gambling booms.
Janine and Shane Scott took seven-year-old Elissa on their honeymoon to New York during term time.
The rapid rise in the number of child gamblers is "a generational scandal", says a campaigner.
Interpol elects a South Korean as president, rejecting the controversial Russian frontrunner.
The isolated Sentinelese tribe of the Andaman islands has always resisted outside contact.
The bank insisted for over a year the customer was aware of the transaction and refused a refund.
Drone footage shows snow covering parts of the South East.
A German teenager had a quick celebration after his driving test - before he was banned for it.
Airbnb's decision to stop listing the properties is welcomed by Palestinians but condemned by Israel.
Fanny Mendelssohn was a prolific composer, but her music is less well-known than her brother Felix's.
Student photojournalists at the London College of Communication explore issues from around the world.
A very 21st Century piece of tech is being called in to save the crumbling Great Wall of China.
The veteran broadcaster is a late addition to the line-up of the ITV reality show.
"He was not backing down. I loved it!" What happened when the pair debated Brexit over dinner?
A group of MPs are told off by the Speaker for "displaying football skills" in the House of Commons.
Lewis Gregory says he sends pictures of his genitals to women, but never when they are unsolicited.
The only concert grand piano in Gaza has been restored and played in a rare concert.
Three-quarters of blue plaque nominations are turned down but not all those chosen are household names.
The bear was rummaging for food in a dumpster in Truckee when it became trapped.
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When Asako saw her daughter was bullied for not having a dad she hired a man to act out the role. Ten years on, her daughter doesn't know the truth.
British consumers are now buying more in November than in December.
Negotiations are yet to take place on how the fishing industry will operate post-Brexit.
Councils are investing millions in commercial property – but is the risk worth the reward?
Brent is a big fan of Twitter, but as someone with Down's syndrome he finds he gets relentlessly drawn into the big debates, such as abortion.
As France finds itself in the grip of fuel protests, how will President Macron respond?
Shares in the tech giant have dropped 25% since their October peak - so what's the problem?
Mosul University is trying to recover from the trauma of war and occupation by the so-called Islamic State.
Latin music and K-pop are riding high in the UK charts - so why are Brits finally embracing songs in other languages?
Brexit involves a key political declaration on future ties - so what will it cover? Adam Fleming explains.
Manager Martin O'Neill and his assistant Roy Keane part company with the Republic of Ireland.
When a referee suffered a broken jaw during an attack by a group of players, we asked for you to share your experiences of being amateur football referees.
Fast bowler James Anderson is rested for England's third Test against Sri Lanka and replaced by Stuart Broad.
England and Arsenal midfielder Jordan Nobbs says she is "heartbroken" as an ACL injury makes her a doubt for the 2019 World Cup.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has been warned by the FA after he spoke about referee Anthony Taylor before the Manchester derby.
Roger Federer will not win a Grand Slam next year, according to the uncle and former coach of long-time rival Rafael Nadal.
Former Scotland winger Pat Nevin is enthused by the "youthful energy" and "vibrancy" of the team that beat Albania and Israel.
Margot Noel has misophonia, which means "hatred of sound". Noises that may be annoying to some people cause her real distress.
The full story of the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California's history.
Laura Johnston Kohl reflects on surviving the events of November 1978, when more than 900 died.
More than half a million students take on an exam for which they have been preparing all their lives.
Eighty years ago the Nazis' persecution of the Jews suddenly turned violent. Ruth Winkelmann still remembers it vividly.
It is "great news", Kenneth Macharia's MP says, but there is still a "lot of work to be done".
Asiyah Harris' neighbours looked for her relative instead of calling 999 after her husband stabbed her.
Jessica Whitchurch was bullied so badly while in prison she ended up killing herself, her family say.
Bristol Council installs bollards near pay stations at a car park in the city to deter "aggressive begging".
The Brexit campaign founder had told MPs no staff worked for both Leave.EU and his insurance firm.
Olivette Otele is the first black woman to be made a professor of history in the UK and she's on this year's BBC 100 Women list.
Geronimo, who tested positive for bovine tuberculosis, could have his fate decided by the High Court.
The UK's tax authority says thousands of reports have come in from various universities in the last month.
Readers asked what councils across England are doing to tackle fly-tipping.
Sellers typically wait more than three months before their home goes under offer.
British Transport Police are investigating the footage of the man shouting at a Chinese couple.
Jasmine Thompson was commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company 'to attract diverse audiences'.
Soldiers who were disfigured in World War One are remembered in paintings and sculptures.
Judd Trump secures his first ranking title for 13 months by beating Ronnie O'Sullivan 9-7 in the Northern Ireland Open final in Belfast.
Exeter Chiefs snatch a dramatic 31-29 win against Bristol with a penalty try in added time at Ashton Gate.
Bath end a run of seven games without victory with a comfortable Premiership win over Worcester Warriors.
Matt Lund scores a 78th-minute winner to give Scunthorpe United victory at fellow strugglers Bristol Rovers.
Two first-half goals are enough for Bristol City to beat out-of-form Liverpool in the Women's Super League.
The Duke of Cambridge said he "felt things" he "never felt before" following 999 calls as a pilot.
Drone footage shows snow covering parts of the South East.
Journalists love to put a "gate" suffix behind scandals, but where did the habit come from?
Jon Arton started giving away bad doodles after being inundated with requests for free sketches.
The Stranger Things actor discusses her role as the youngest ever Unicef Goodwill ambassador.
When is a prosthetic limb not just a prosthetic limb? When it's made by this Lewes artist.
The BBC follows officers in one of England's poorest towns to witness how budget cuts impact police on the front line.
Terror survivors say there is a severe lack of long-term support to process psychological trauma.
A Grenfell survivor speaks to Newsnight about hearing the 999 call he made on the night of the fire.
The four-time Olympic champion reflects on this year's London Marathon and says he has his sights on Tokyo.
Cathy and Thomas are married. They're also in a relationship with Nicole. They are in a three-way relationship, often referred to as a ‘throuple’.
The Dynasties crew took a rare decision to intervene when a group of stranded emperor penguins faced death.
The chief mouser enlists the help of a local officer to get out of the rain.
A music festival in a suburban garden is helping mental health patients tackle their issues.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists says it's worried some people are not getting the help they need.
The parents of a boy with a rare blood disease plea for more donors over the festive period.
Volunteers made 1,000 bowls of chicken soup for east London's homeless.
Mum Laura McCartney says her son Tom, who has complex medical needs, was "enthralled" to see a story told "in his language".
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! is back for 2018 without Ant McPartlin.