Dozens of officers who assist MI5 with the security services in Northern Ireland have had their rank, name and unit published online.
- by Neil Johnston and James Crisp
The southern suburbs of Stockholm are about to become a beacon of wooden architecture on a global scale.
- by Rob Harris
Two weeks after the sale of the historic Crooked House pub to a private company was announced, it was gutted by fire. Locals now want it rebuilt brick by brick.
- by Lucy Cormack
Untreated wastewater flows in Paris’ Seine River have been in the spotlight following unprecedented heavy summer rain.
- by Latika Bourke
Electoral security has emerged as a key issue in many countries since US officials found Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election to boost Donald Trump’s White House campaign.
- by Sachin Ravikumar
More than 500 days after Russian forces launched their illegal invasion of Ukraine, the number of soldiers killed or injured on both sides has been said to run into the hundreds of thousands. But counting casualties is an imperfect science.
- by Lucy Cormack
People arriving via unauthorised “can’t expect to stay in a four-star hotel”, Home Office Minister Sarah Dines told the BBC.
- by Danica Kirka
“The perpetrator tried to establish the time and list of locations of the approximate route of the head of state,” Ukraine’s intelligence agency said.
- by David L. Stern and Siobhán O'Grady
Giacomo Chiapparini was checking on a robot that automatically rotates the cheeses to help them mature when a shelf suddenly collapsed.
- by Nick Squires
Russia’s Luna-25 spacecraft is on a timetable that implies it could match or narrowly beat its Indian rival to the moon’s surface.
- by Mark Trevelyan and Lidia Kelly