BBC World: A cartoonist in Malaysia is facing a possible 43 years in prison after being accused of “sedition” for suggesting the judiciary there is controlled by the government.
Zulkiflee SM Anwar Ulhaque, who draws under the name Zunar, faces nine charges under a Sedition Act introduced to Malaysia by the colonial British government in 1948.
Here's his story in his own drawings.
BBC Radio 4 and BBC News Online: The government has announced a review into the future of the newspaper industry, warning the closure of hundreds of regional papers is fuelling fake news and is "dangerous for democracy". But is it too late to save local newspapers?
BBC Victoria Derbyshire and BBC News Online: Samar - not his real name - has two Facebook profiles.
On one, he is a proud gay man starting his life again in the UK after fleeing Syria following death threats.
He posts selfies wearing a rainbow scarf and attending gay pride marches.
On the other he keeps in touch with his worried mother, who asks when he will marry a nice Arabic girl...
BBC Breakfast and BBC News Online:
On 19 December 2005, the UK's first civil partnerships took place.
In the 10 years that have followed, nearly 140,000 people have entered into one, while more than 9,000 same-sex couples have since married.
Two couples whose lives were changed by civil partnerships describe what it meant to them.
When Percy and Roger met on a blind date in 1966 homosexuality was still illega...
BBC Breakfast piece on The Good Immigrant- a book of essays by mostly British, BAME artists, writers, poets and actors about their experiences of race, immigration and identity in 21st century Britain. It also featured a sofa interview afterwards with the book’s editor Nikesh Shukla and BBC Breakfast presenters.
BBC News at Six video and BBC News Online article:
The journalist who broke the news about the start of World War Two turns 105 on Monday. Before becoming a reporter, Clare Hollingworth helped rescue thousands of people from Hitler's forces. One of the refugees she saved has sent her a birthday message - almost 80 years on.
BBC Victoria Derbyshire and BBC News Online: The world's first feature film on periods is set to be released in the UK. Can a Bollywood comedy about the real-life story of how poor school drop-out in India changed the lives of millions of women around the world help break the taboo of female menstruation?
SINCE David Haines, a British aid worker disappeared while travelling in Syria in March 2013, his family hoped against hope they would one day see him again.
Last night, their worst fears were realised after a video posted on the internet showed what appeared to be his beheading by a member of the Islamist terror group Isis.
During the summer of 2015 a young writer in London accidentally live-tweeted his own diagnosis with a rare, late-stage blood cancer.
Then, in a series of searingly honest and funny messages, John Underwood chronicled the “mystery ailment” that left him throwing up, covered in rashes and with nosebleeds. “At this rate I’m going to die quicker than the bloody Labour Party,” he quipped.
A retired stockbroker convicted of killing a young mother with his vintage Mercedes was accused by a judge of being more concerned about his reputation than the death of a woman in his efforts to delay the trial by two years.
Geoffrey Lederman, 85, was returning from a seven-hour bridge tournament when he mounted the pavement and hit Desreen Brooks, 33, at 50mph as she walked down West End Lane in, West Hampstead, north London, with her husband and two-year-old son in November 2012.
Liz Jackson and Craig Guest, a couple from Barnsley, were on the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten when Hurricane Irma hit. They were rescued by a US plane and felt 'let down' by the UK government.
Four children have died after failings in how stem cells used in life-saving operations were frozen at Great Ormond Street hospital, it emerged this week.
The four, who were between one and 12 years old, were among eight children with cancer whose bone marrow transplants did not work as a result of problems with the freezing process.
Britain’s best-known children’s hospital has admitted that one of them, four-year-old Katie Joyce, might have survived if it had acted more quickly.
The Chinese bride was in white lace, the Italian groom in a dark suit. Everything seemed perfect for the “beautiful” couple who had fallen in love at Harrods. They perhaps had one slight doubt: who were all those people loitering outside?
Five minutes into the marriage vows, all became clear. The immigration officials who had been outside the wedding venue donned their flak jackets, stormed the ceremony and took the bride and groom to separate rooms for interrogation.
BBC News Online: Rashael sat her A-levels when she was eight months pregnant. She picked up A*AAA in one hand and 12-day old son Rasharn in the other. Five years later I caught up with the now 23-year-old who has graduated from university and has a bright future ahead of her, as a solicitor.
From night feeds during freshers week, to writing essays with the terrible twos, Rashael sheds light on what it’s like to be a single, teenage parent at university in the UK.