The woman's stolen handbag contained an "irreplaceable" letter written by her late husband.
Both sides are accusing each other of reneging on a £4.5m deal for a former council building.
A pre-school in Bournemouth is thought to be the first in the UK to teach children entirely through sport.
The council wants to cut its bus subsidies by £70,400 as it tries to save £19.9m by 2020.
The items were among thousands left by passengers in the first six weeks of South Western Railway.
Conservationists believe the non-native monarchs were sighted after being released at a wedding.
Durham are to re-sign former county captain Will Smith from Hampshire - four years after his departure.
The first day of Warwickshire's County Championship fixture with Hampshire is washed out at Edgbaston.
Oumar Niasse's two late goals to turn defeat into victory against Bournemouth could prove a defining moment in Everton's season, says Ronald Koeman.
Champions Essex bowl out Hampshire for 76 to complete a remarkable win, having followed on at the Ageas Bowl.
Turkey's leader says it is considering sanctions after Monday's independence referendum.
Revelations that the Trump administration used private email is the "height of hypocrisy", she says.
Surgeons fit a nerve stimulator into the man's chest to reverse 15 years of unresponsive wakefulness.
The French president wants countries to cooperate more on security as part of a reformed EU.
Israel to demolish home of attacker who was shot dead after opening fire at a Jewish settlement.
A dating site drives vans around Belgian universities telling women how to pay for their studies.
They were reportedly detained on Monday for "promoting sexual deviancy" at a concert in Cairo.
The couple were arrested after a phone was found with images of a man posing with human remains.
Mr Trump says he will travel to the US territory on Tuesday in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
The Guggenheim in New York says it has received "explicit and repeated threats of violence".
Families say they have been left to fight for care and help for disabled children harmed by sodium valproate.
The credit report giant's chairman and chief executive, Richard Smith, steps down with immediate effect.
His opponent has the backing of the White House and the Republican "establishment". So how is outsider Roy Moore winning over so many Alabama voters?
Two hours of intensive rain flooded Dubrovnik, but some enjoyed it more than others.
Vice President Tareck El Aissami calls US sanctions "a trophy" for a "subversive people".
More and more public figures in the US are taking a knee at big events. But why now?
A US marine has become the first woman to the complete the Corps' gruelling infantry officer training.
The Sesame Street character is visiting Singapore with a message about kindness.
Mount Agung on Bali is an active volcano that may be about to erupt for the first time in 54 years.
The 1,111-carat stone is the largest gem-quality rough diamond found in more than a century.
The bride and groom were having their photo taken when they saw a young boy struggling to swim in a river.
Reports of a church bell ban have angered Belarusian social media users.
Doubts surround a Pacific island campaign for a statue of pilot Amelia Earhart.
Cargo jets are being put up for online auction in China after failing to find buyers.
The BBC's Jenny Hill talks to those who voted for the right-wing nationalist party.
What can statistics tell us about life in Kim Jong-un's secretive country?
Social media users have been accusing the US president of not caring about the island's residents.
Chad helps fight Boko Haram militants, while Sudan is on the US list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Mohamed lost count of how many people he had killed when a commander's wife persuaded him to escape.
In the fishing village of Scott's Head, the BBC meets locals who lost everything to Hurricane Maria.
American footballers sit, kneel and lock arms in protest over the weekend, but what does it all mean?
The Indian woman was criticised for drinking, smoking, taking drugs and having condoms in her room.
Eleven countries are planting a wall of trees from east to west across Africa in order to push back the desert - and in Senegal it's already working.
What does Germany's controversial third biggest party actually stand for?
A man has been jailed for 10 months for attacking a teacher with his car in Woking.
Toni Crews lost her right eye to cancer and has been making customised eyepatches.
An MEP accuses the UK government of wanting to have its cake and eat it over the UK-EU border.
Thirteen-year-old Lily Rice becomes the first female in Europe to perform a backflip in her wheelchair.
Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle are seen holding hands at the Invictus Games.
Artist Faisal Hussain's exhibition has pieces representing prejudice he and communities have faced.
More than 50 people were involved in the six hour rescue near St Just in Cornwall.
The wildlife trust says it is "unlikely" the animal would survive long in the wild.
We follow police officers on a raid.
The fire began in the old cement works and spread to a nearby workshop.
Brexit Secretary David Davis told the BBC's Andrew Marr that his car only has two seats.
The former Lib Dem leader told Andrew Marr that younger people "want something different".
Kasha lives in the UK but has found some people are hostile because of her Polish accent.
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