A freight train derails and explodes in a north-east Bulgarian village, killing four people.
A report says 400 people killed themselves after being held by police in the last seven years.
Britain currently has just one couple competing on the world stage in Wheelchair dance, but there is a push to get more people involved, as Mike Bushell reports.
The foreign secretary voices "profound concern" for the plight of the people of war-torn Yemen.
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Gambia's leader rejects the result of the presidential election, a week after admitting defeat.
President Yahya Jammeh of The Gambia surprised the world earlier this month when he lost elections - the BBC's Umaru Fofana looks at the reasons behind his defeat.
US intelligence reportedly believes Russia acted covertly to boost Donald Trump in the election race.
Unfair charges faced by shoppers concern Saturday's press, while other headlines focus on the death of the mother of One Direction singer Louis Tomlinson.
President Barack Obama orders a review of cyber-attacks, blamed on Russia, that shook the US election.
How a night out with friends saw one woman's life unravel into terror, assault and harassment.
Donald Trump is set to pick another Goldman Sachs executive, Gary Cohn, for his cabinet.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
It used to be a cultural taboo for a woman to ask for sexual gratification in Nigeria, but there's a mini-revolution going on the in bedroom, writes the BBC's Bola Mosuro.
Families who lost loved ones on board missing Malaysian flight MH370 are driving the search for the truth.
A UN envoy warns Syria's war is not confined to Aleppo and urges a political solution.
Councils in England and Wales launch a "pre-Christmas zero-tolerance" crackdown on fly-tipping.
John Sudworth speaks to the families of rights lawyers detained in China's "War on Law" crackdown.
A British QC is launching a campaign to raise funds to bring a case on Brexit in the Irish courts.
The pilot who took what Churchill called "the pictures that sank the Bismarck" is being commemorated.