Wales falls silent as the country remembers the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, in which 144 people - 116 of them children - died.
Undercover journalist Mazher Mahmood, known as the "Fake Sheikh", is jailed for 15 months for tampering with evidence in a case involving singer Tulisa Contostavlos.
A former north Wales police chief is found guilty of historical child sex offences.
Theresa May predicts "difficult moments" ahead in Brexit negotiations but says she is confident she can get a deal "that is right for the UK".
A flotilla of Russian warships is passing through the English Channel en route to Syria.
Newly published guidelines urge universities to support and assist victims of sexual violence on campus.
Islamic State militants counter-attack in northern Iraq, killing at least 19 people in Kirkuk, as government forces advance on their stronghold, Mosul.
A man may have cooked and eaten parts of a police officer after strangling him and dismembering his body, a court hears.
Government borrowing rose to a higher-than-expected £10.6bn in September, according to official figures.
A young refugee in Calais whose plight reduced singer Lily Allen to tears meets his father for the first time in 10 years after arriving in the UK.
A teenage girl with mental health problems describes her "terrifying" experience of being cared for on an adult ward.
The Match of the Day host says he's got "a bit of a spanking" on Twitter after making comments about child refugees.
US presidential nominee Hillary Clinton poked fun at rival Donald Trump and at herself at a charity dinner in New York.
Donald Trump takes aim at Hillary Clinton in a speech at a traditional charity dinner in New York.
Ros Atkins asked leaders at the EU summit how dinner went the night before. Jean-Claude Juncker had his own question.
A woman was booed on the BBC's Question Time after saying she no longer felt welcome in the UK since the EU referendum.
Reporter Divya Talwar spends 24 hours with a family living beneath the Heathrow flight path, for the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme.
Lady Gaga talks about the inspiration behind her new album, and what she makes of the US presidential elections.
New Instagram account #girlgaze wants to bring more women into photography.
On 21 October 1966, 116 children and 28 adults in Aberfan, south Wales were killed after a waste tip collapsed.
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A rare garden snail with an anticlockwise shell has been discovered in London, but he must mate with similar.
The Ministry of Defence says the first of four submarines to replace the present Trident nuclear missile fleet will be named Dreadnought, echoing famous ships of the past.
Nick Triggle answers a reader's question on how much of the NHS budget is spent on administration and legal action and what is left for treatment.
Wealthy San Francisco tech investors are bankrolling a law to ban the city's homeless from pitching tents - will it work?
As MPs back calls for Sir Philip Green to be stripped of his knighthood, we look at figures from the past who have lost the honour.
The key points from the Scottish government's draft legislation consultation on a second independence referendum.
The debate about child migrants continues in Friday's newspapers, as former footballer Gary Lineker is criticised for his reaction to the story.
The Sydney coastline has been enlivened by the annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, this year featuring a gigantic flip flop and an upside down rhino.
The white beaches of Zanzibar’s coast are home to the octopus hunters, in search of the delicacy.
A photo of an orangutan climbing high into a tree to reach some figs takes the top honour in the 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Cofio 50 mlynedd ers y drychineb lofaol // 50 years since the tragic coal mining disaster at Aberfan in south Wales
A collection of photos of children and their parents who serve in the British Armed Forces has been brought together by a charity helping military families.
Bangladesh close day two of the first Test with England in Chittagong 72 behind with five wickets intact at 221-5.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says he did not expect Paul Pogba, who starred in the win over Fenerbahce, to adjust to playing in England again quickly.
Fernando Alonso talks to Andrew Benson about changed priorities, the roots of his skills, his toughest rivals and whether the fire still burns.
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At the Internet Watch Foundation, a team of 12 analysts spend their days viewing hundreds of images of child sexual abuse in order to block content - and even help rescue some abused children. BBC News finds out what doing the job is like.
Officials defend hunters following outcry over slaying of bear who was social media star.
Elena Palumbo-Mosca talks about why she was happy to cover her body in paint to create artworks for the French artist Yves Klein in 1960.
Black Mirror writer Charlie Brooker says his own experience of a public backlash influenced one of the latest episodes of the acclaimed series which deals with hatred on social media.
The Gambia is known to tourists as "the smiling coast of West Africa", but this masks something more troubling, as Chris Simpson has been finding out.
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As the government announces pardons for thousands of gay men, one 93-year-old explains what it was like to be homosexual when it was still illegal.
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