Sgt Alexander Blackman praises his wife for her role in his release from jail after a Taliban killing.
British inventor says the project is just a bit of fun and safer than a motorbike.
She has served as Dean of Salisbury for the past 13 years.
The ticket is for a journey between towns 64 miles apart making the trip cost £156 per mile.
Guide dog Joey has notched up 35 flights on EasyJet with owner Jan Gibson from Swindon.
Twelve wooden figures, illustrating the suffering of refugees, are unveiled at Salisbury Cathedral.
The breathtaking sight of a magical lake from Wales' highest mountain tops poll of favourite spots.
Promotion and relegation between the top tiers will continue in English rugby, says the head of Premiership Rugby.
Team news as Bath host Gloucester in Sunday's Premiership fixture at the Recreation Ground (15:00 BST).
Donald Trump says the latest North Korea test shows "disrespect" towards China and its president.
Buses and cars are set alight at the end of a day of protests against proposed pension reforms.
The US president said he hoped the new order would create "thousands and thousands" of jobs.
The carriers scrap the two-person policy brought in after the 2015 Germanwings crash.
Ilie Nastase says he will quit tennis if he is banned over the derogatory comments he made about Serena William's unborn child.
Hundreds of other items belonging to the late US actor go under the hammer in Los Angeles.
Sgts Joshua Rodgers, 22, and Cameron Thomas, 23, both on their third deployment to Afghanistan.
"It's all well and good until you start running, and then the knives come out," said Mrs Obama.
A 66-year-old Swedish woman dies three weeks after the attack at a shopping area in Stockholm.
The United Nations condemns the "cruelty" of Arkansas' execution timetable.
President Trump faces a greater challenge in meeting his growth pledge after weak data.
Francis is on a short visit to Egypt, where he has urged religious leaders to help end violence.
A US cashier tells the BBC about the ordeal of having a robber stick a gun in his face.
Buses were set on fire as a general strike turned ugly.
Footage broadcast in North Korea shows leader Kim Jong-Un inspecting a military exercise on 25 April.
'Cardinal' Ekoumany is the President of the Ivory Coast Sapeurs. Video produced by Daniel South
Pope Francis urged faith leaders to denounce violence following bomb attacks that killed dozens of Christians.
The Make A Film Foundation made cancer patient Anthony Conti’s dying wish come true.
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Mr Trump says he misses life before he was elected - and social media users couldn't agree more.
The Fori passenger ferry will now use electric power to make its river crossings.
All media must now refer to President Emomali Rahmon by his not insubstantial official title.
Competition creates awareness about "the importance of breeding this beautiful animal".
Switzerland is set for good weather this summer according to a popular spring tradition.
'The Hong Kong we know isn't dying. It's already dead,' says one young Hong Konger contemplating her future.
Test your knowledge of the first 100 days of Donald Trump's Presidency
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Iran is holding elections for its next president on 19 May - here are five reasons to be interested.
What are the political priorities in Berlin, Paris, Rome, Madrid and Warsaw?
Three vloggers are speaking directly to their mental illnesses.
Poorna Bell explains how her husband took his own life after a secret battle with heroin addiction
Nicola Hebson "recycles" road kill and says she likes the idea of the animals being "reborn" into art.
A parody of Shape of You, which includes the lyrics "I gag at the smell of poo", is a Facebook hit.
Debbie Douglas speaks about surgeon Ian Paterson, who's guilty of intentionally wounding patients.
The artist's journeys on foot around the world served as inspiration for the abstract sculptures.
More people stayed away from the ballot box than voted for the winning party in Stoke-on-Trent at the last election.
Ed Balls' "Ed Balls" tweet has become the stuff of legend. Here's a short video to mark what has become Ed Balls Day.
A "convoy of caravans" left a large amount of rubbish in Essex.
The BBC spoke to the widower of Alice Gibson-Watt after an inquest into her death concluded that "gross failures" in the care given to her after suffering from a rare form of psychosis, contributed to her death.
The death of 17-year-old Robert Gill in 2007 sparked the beginning of the Bedford Street Angels.
Boris Johnson is at the centre of divided opinion.
An English couple have married at a Spam museum in Minnesota.
UK sandwich chain Pret A Manger has said that coconut is driving its sales forward - so we went out to conduct a "taste test" to see what flavours get you licking your lips.
Boris Johnson has called Jeremy Corbyn a mugwump, but what does that even mean?
Ahead of the UK's general election, a look at where the parties stand on Brexit.
Dora the giant tortoise had broken her shell - so how did vets go about patching her up?
Homes are evacuated as crews spend five hours tackling a 1,000C fire in a gas main in Farnborough, Hampshire.
Gay couples can't get married under Australian law, but hundreds of gay weddings have taken place since 2014 using British law, with the help of the British High Commission.
Scottish Fold cats have increased in popularity through social media.
Zac Goldsmith explains why he is standing again for the Conservatives in Richmond Park.
He posted a video online of himself watching a BBC News report about son's first international goal.
Theresa May repeated her campaign message of a "strong and stable" leadership at PMQs on Wednesday.
Jeremy Corbyn raises the Waspi issue of women's pensions, when he poses a question from Maureen.
Fifty organisations from across the UK which work with refugees have written to Home Secretary Amber Rudd calling on her to reverse a policy that they say is "beyond basic morality".
In this Viewsnight, writer and activist George Monbiot argues we need a new system for funding politics.
Two women who don't like politics paid a visit to Parliament, but did it convince them to vote?
Former Hillary Clinton advisor Anne-Marie Slaughter clarifies why she thinks a year of maternity leave is too long for working mothers.
In this Viewsnight, the former head of Downing Street's policy unit makes the case for a death tax.
The BBC meets volunteers in the biggest ever convoy to transport medical vehicles from the UK to Syria.
The Royal Horticultural Society says that parts of the UK will experience very different impacts.
Jonny Benjamin says running with the man who stopped him jumping from a bridge was ‘emotional’.
"Hundreds" of fans were left outside the star's gig venue because of ticketing problems.
Could people in Wakefield - once regarded as Labour heartland - really vote another way?
Amy Clare is featuring in a charity calendar to raise awareness of Crohn's.
Bob Emmerson is now aiming to clock up 300 races after running Parkrun events for five years.
Four drivers and ex-drivers have admitted falling asleep while in control of a tram on the Croydon line.
Sue Jenkins says she has given up her life to care for her 88-year-old mother who has dementia.
David Wyeth and Matthew Rees recall their inspiring encounter at the London Marathon finish line.
Ben Blowes completed the London Marathon in under six hours, with a tumble dryer on his back.
Tunnels at a former top secret World War Two chemical weapons site in Flintshire are being formally opened to the public on Saturday.
Some of the week's more heartwarming stories
Hedgehogs, nursed back to health in an animal sanctuary, are released in the village of Burton Fleming, East Yorkshire.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge surprise Radio 1's Adele Roberts ahead of her marathon run.
Two people are arrested after a car crashes at speed into parked vehicles in a street in Cleethorpes.
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