Trespassers have been trying to access restricted areas of Imber, which was abandoned in 1943, the MoD says.
World heritage experts also say more academics's views should be taken into account.
Swindon Town sign defenders Ben Purkiss and Olly Lancashire on free transfers from Port Vale and Shrewsbury respectively.
A group, including many homeless people, was photographed barbecuing on a tombstone in Wiltshire.
League Two side Swindon Town sign striker Paul Mullin from Morecambe for an undisclosed fee.
Archaeologists say the formation discovered within the Avebury site is "unheard of".
Kevin Adams guilty of manslaughter after partner died following "extreme" sexual activity.
Kenneth Foster served on the Royal Navy destroyer HMS Viceroy and helped liberate the country.
"Merciless fraudster" Julie Sayles bought two houses with the money she stole from the 102-year-old.
Billy James Rich pleaded guilty to drink driving and speeding.
From pagan worship to homesick soldiers, what is the story behind England's hill figures?
Swindon Town sign midfielder James Dunne after he was released by Cambridge United.
The Vatican's third-ranking official says he will take a leave of absence to fight the charges.
Visa applicants from six mainly Muslim countries must have "close" family or business ties.
Xi Jinping's visit to mark 20 years since the handover from British rule is seen as highly symbolic.
A car rams the gate of the president's palace as pressure grows on Michel Temer to resign.
Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz has her assets frozen and is accused of "serious errors".
Protesters greeted the president as he arrived at the $35,000 (£27,000) per person bash.
A teenager killed her boyfriend as he held a thick book to his chest, believing it would stop the bullet.
Rights groups have criticised the trial and demanded the top blogger's immediate release.
Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne is banned from riding until 21 July after testing positive for a banned substance.
Foreign vessels may be blocked from landing, reports say, as Italy reaches "saturation point".
The move challenges EU gun control rules which restrict civilians from owning certain weapons.
Activists investigating Chinese factories which made Ivanka Trump shoes are freed pending trial.
Steve Evans looks at the obstacles to the US and South Korea developing a strategy on the north.
Drones could reach people suffering cardiac arrest faster than ambulances, according to a new trial.
A team of German designers has reinvented the tree to clean up urban air pollution. Using the natural power of moss, they hope to make city air safer to breathe.
French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson took the last photos of Gandhi before his assassination.
The Vatican treasurer and Australia's most senior Catholic figure, Cardinal George Pell, has been charged with sex offences in Australia.
The latest development involved a stolen helicopter dropping grenades on the Supreme Court.
At a symbolic monument to Hong Kong rejoining China, protesters called for greater democracy.
Villagers in Cornwall wrote to the ruler of Dubai in a last-ditch attempt to raise money.
Canuck, who rose to infamy after crime-scene tampering, is now attacking postal workers.
Social media images of a Saudi Arabian plane at Israel's main airport are fake.
A village in Thailand wants police to prevent a panic after several incidents have been blamed on a ghost
An online campaign is urging Algerians to promote local fashion to mark the end of Ramadan.
The Monster's Ball star says she is "saddened" to still be the only black woman to win the best actress Oscar.
Hong Kongers are getting better at speaking Mandarin, but speaking the language is a taboo to many.
A comment by a prominent politician has touched off a fevered debate over Russian influence in a former Soviet republic.
From alleged power grabs to helicopter attacks, a lot can happen in a Venezuelan 24 hours.
The Argentinian theme park that recreates Jesus's Jerusalem.
A photography project which shows women wearing a cow mask has gone viral in India.
National Housing Federation chief David Orr says it's time to stop testing and start taking action.
Five-year-old Oliver Bevans came to the aid of his young brother who was choking on a meatball.
More than 3,000 guests dress up for this year's event in the small town of Midsomer Norton.
Wayne Marques was the first officer to face all three London Bridge attackers during their rampage.
A team from the BBC has gained rare access to a safe house in England that helps women who experience violence and abuse from their partners.
Olu is still scarred by the fire he feared would kill him and his family.
German pilot Hugo Broch took to the skies over Kent to achieve a long-held ambition.
Landlord Andy Cowell collected enough animals to open his own zoo.
Make-up artist Natalie Crawford wants to help others after she lost her breasts, ovaries and hair.
The production at Donmar Warehouse explores the aftermath of the collapse of the charity in 2015.