• Mosul offensive: Iraqi forces recapture airport in bid to retake city  The airport is a key location in the government's bid to drive IS militants from Iraq's second city.    
  • Trump rescinds transgender bathroom rules from Obama era  The previous guidelines let transgender students use toilets matching their gender identity,    
  • Mexico's foreign minister rejects Trump deportation policy  Two top US officials are in Mexico to discuss the measures with President Enrique Pena Nieto.    
  • Kim Jong-nam killing: North Korea condemns Malaysia  An angry report in North Korean state media blames Malaysia for the death of "a citizen".    
  • Seven Earth-sized planets found orbiting single star  Seven planets orbiting a single star have been discovered in a solar system 40 light-years from Earth.    
  • Fruit and veg: For a longer life eat 10-a-day  More fruit and veg might prevent nearly eight million premature deaths each year, researchers say.    
  • Helen Bailey murderer Ian Stewart jailed for 34 years  Ian Stewart is told he poses "a real danger to women" as he is sentenced for killing Helen Bailey.    
  • Syria's warring sides brought together for Geneva talks  The meeting marks the first UN-backed talks between the government and opposition in nearly a year.    
  • Router hacker suspect arrested at Luton Airport  The "mastermind" behind a massive 2016 attack may face sabotage charges in Germany.    
  • Ecuador will hold run-off poll to choose new president  Governing party candidate Lenin Moreno will face conservative Guillermo Lasso in a run-off on 2 April.    
  • Melania Trump re-files Daily Mail lawsuit without controversial wording  The new complaint drops wording that said she lost the chance to profit from her brand.    
  • USA Gymnastics: Larry Nassar sexual abuse charges mount  The former elite gymnastics medic is charged on 22 counts of sexual assault, some against girls under 13.    
  • Lahore bomb blast 'kills six'  The bomb targeted a shopping area in the Pakistani city wounding another 30 people, officials say.    
  • Brit Awards 2017: Ceremony highlights  Little Mix, Emeli Sande and Rag 'N' Bone Man on winning Brit Awards.    
  • Dakota pipeline protesters leave site after year-long occupation  The year-long occupation near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation is over.    
  • Iraqi Security services say they have arrested over a thousand suspected IS members.  Iraqi Security services say they've arrested over a thousand suspected IS members in Eastern Mosul.    
  • Italian village torn apart by slow-moving landslide  The village of Ponzano in the Abruzzo region of Italy is being torn apart by a landslide, following earthquakes in 2016.    
  • 'Red alert' as Chile wildfires blaze  Dozens of houses and almost 3,500 hectares of forest are destroyed by fires which continue to burn in Chile.    
  • Mosul offensive now focused on city's airport  The Iraqi army's effort to retake the so-called Islamic State's stronghold of Mosul is in its fourth day and is currently focused on the city's airport.    
  • 'Wake up! There's a fire'  Researchers are trying to design new smoke alarm sound after it was discovered they fail to wake most children.    
  • Brazil's samba for the disabled  The first samba school in the world designed for people with disabilities helps them take part in Carnival.    
  • View from a plane of giant Antarctic ice crack  New video is released of an Antarctic ice crack that may produce a giant iceberg.    
  • Japanese men celebrate 'baldy' pull factor  Japanese men celebrate 'baldy' pull factor    
  • French artist Abraham Poincheval entombs himself in boulder  Poincheval will stay inside the 20-tonne limestone rock for a week to experience "geological time".    
  • In pictures: Miniature worlds  Artist Joshua Smith's tiny creations replicate real buildings.    
  • Call of duty  Sgt Conchita Lopez describes her life patrolling Mexico's southern border with Guatemala.    
  • My beautiful backyard  Awen Morris o Lanberis yw ein ffotograffydd gwadd // Awen Morris from Llanberis is Cymru Fyw's guest photographer for February    
  • Massive art  How Guido van Helten is using massive pieces of public art to save small towns in Australia.    
  • Sea worm festival  Thousands of people gathered in Seger Beach in Indonesia to catch and eat sea worms, a symbol of prosperity.    
  • The spy next door   The remarkable double life of undercover agent Jack Barsky who lived the American dream at the KGB's expense.    
  • Dark marketplace  Malware researcher Anton talks about who does what in the web's dark marketplaces.    
  • A man's world?   Oscars season is all about the stars, but for women behind the camera, it takes a lot more to get noticed.    
  • Newspapers, money and FBI badges  Many of the small details - newspapers, licence plates, cereal boxes - of Oscar-nominated films are made in one place. James Bartlett takes a rare tour of a Hollywood factory of fake.    
  • Eye phones  Thousands of people are lending their eyes to those who need them.    
  • Larger than life  The BBC meets Raja Bhaiya and tries to separate the man from the myth.    
  • Fear factor   How parents and teachers are responding to threats against Jewish day cares.    
  • Political capital  Flooding again becomes a political issue amid the race to be the Indonesian capital's governor.    
  • Mexico anger ahead of Tillerson visit  US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Mexico as relations between the countries remain sour.    
  • Why is Nigeria's President Buhari still in London?  Rumours are rife about the state of Muhammadu Buhari's health - and about his grip on power.    
  • The town halls trying to tackle Trump's agenda  Republican politicians are returning to their home districts to face a barrage of criticism    
  • Trump travel ban: Five questions ahead of new executive order  What to look out for as President Trump gets closer to signing a new order reviving his controversial immigration ban.    
  • Main players in mysterious airport killing  Who are the key players in the death of the North Korean leader's half brother Kim Jong-nam?    
  • Why are there still famines?  The UN has declared a famine in parts of South Sudan, the first to be announced anywhere in the world in six years. So why has famine returned?    
  • Wayne Rooney: Man Utd captain's agent in China to discuss potential move  Wayne Rooney's agent Paul Stretford is in China to see if he can negotiate a deal for the forward to leave Manchester United.    
  • Champions League: Leicester City showed big heart, says Claudio Ranieri  Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri praises his side's "big heart" after scoring an away goal in their Champions League last 16 tie at Sevilla.    
  • Six Nations 2017: England leave out Jonathan Joseph for Italy game  England centre Jonathan Joseph will not face Italy in Sunday's Six Nations match after being left out of the 24-man training squad.    
  • The ex-trader turning disabilities into profits  Why a former trader left Wall Street to target an overlooked market worth trillions globally.    
  • Steel firm unlocked disabled woman's potential  A young disabled woman discusses how she overcame barriers to find a fulfilling job in South Africa.    
  • 'Glamour and disability can mix'  Hulya Arif is one of a number of disabled women breaking into the beauty business.    
  • Branching out to grow Christmas trees, despite my accident  Forester Clive Collins was determined to keep working after breaking his back, following his dream to run a Christmas tree farm.