Squirrels have stolen over 40 candy bars from Toronto store

The owners of a convenience store in the Canadian city of Toronto have taken to social media for help after squirrels began stealing their merchandise. The store has lost more than 40 chocolate bars. Video by Dan Lytwyn, footage courtesy Luke’s Grocery Squirrels have stolen over 40 candy bars from Toronto store

Golden Globes: Meryl Streep attacks Donald Trump in speech

Actress Meryl Streep strongly criticised US President-elect Donald Trump as she received a lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes. While Streep did not name Mr Trump, the three-time Oscar-winning actress used almost the entire speech to say his actions legitimised bullying. The president-elect, who is due to be inaugurated in less than two weeks, […]

Jerusalem lorry attack: ‘I fired until my magazine was empty’

An man who survived the Jerusalem lorry attack has recounted his ordeal. After being hit by the truck, Eytan Rund – an armed guide who was escorting army cadets – says he fired at the driver “until my magazine was empty”. Jerusalem lorry attack: ‘I fired until my magazine was empty’

‘Drugs fix room is like my second home’

Several countries across Europe supply fix rooms, where drug users can take substances under supervision. There are six such facilities in Denmark. Elliot tells why the fix room he visits in Copenhagen is a like a “second home” to him. The Victoria Derbyshire programme is broadcast on weekdays between 09:00 and 11:00 on BBC Two […]

Unexpected snow hits southern and eastern Europe

8 January 2017 Last updated at 19:25 GMT Icy temperatures across southern and eastern Europe have left more than 20 people dead and blanketed even the Greek islands and southern Italy in snow. Unexpected snow hits southern and eastern Europe

Ex-President Rafsanjani a ‘most influential figure’ in Iran

BBC Persian service’s Kasra Naji says Iran’s ex-President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was one of the most influential figures in Iranian politics. He has died aged 82 following a heart attack, reports said. Ex-President Rafsanjani a ‘most influential figure’ in Iran

Trunks on: Swim team does laps in snow

The swim team at US university Georgia Tech couldn’t make it to their event, so they did the relay in the snow outside their hotel. Trunks on: Swim team does laps in snow

Ivory Coast mutiny: President announces deal

Ivory Coast’s President Alassane Ouattara has announced a deal designed to end a mutiny in the army. He said he had taken into account demands over pay and conditions, and urged troops to return to barracks. Ivory Coast mutiny: President announces deal

Florida suspect’s brother: ‘They knew it was going to happen’

The brother of the man accused of the Florida airport shootings, Esteban Santiago, says he blames the government for not getting his brother the help he needed. Esteban Santiago had told the FBI he was hearing voices and that he believed he was being controlled by a US intelligence agency. Bryan Santiago says his brother […]