The ex-movie mogul is handcuffed and led from court as a judge orders him to jail immediately.
But the UN health body says the coronavirus outbreak does not yet meet the criteria for a pandemic.
The number of UK cases rose to 13 after cruise ship passengers returned to Britain on Saturday.
Police say 30 people were injured after a car was driven into a crowd in the town of Volkmarsen.
The basketball star died alongside his daughter when the helicopter they were in crashed in fog.
The firm urges people to "try to be kind" after Tory minister's picture brews up a Twitter storm.
Terence Whall lay in wait for Gerald Corrigan and shot him as he tried to fix his satellite dish.
Salman Abedi's brother Hashem denies murder, attempted murder and conspiring to cause explosions.
A married couple bought and re-sold gig tickets worth millions of pounds using multiple identities.
The Vietnamese passengers had earlier sailed across the channel from France to Cornwall.
Fire crews and kayakers rescue residents in Shrewsbury, while part of Ironbridge is evacuated.
Ms Johnson, who helped launch the first American into orbit, was portrayed in the film Hidden Figures.
George Hood managed to plank for 8 hours, 15 minutes and 15 seconds, and then did 75 push ups.
Megan the border collie will leave her home in Northumberland to herd cattle in Oklahoma.
BBC Click's Chris Fox tries out the folding Huawei Mate XS for the first time.
Travel disruption, school closures and sledging in north-east England and the Scottish Borders.
A crowded cricket stadium and tricky pronunciations marked the first day of the US president's trip.
Millions of people who have long opposed the Syrian regime are trapped at the border with Turkey.
Oxford City said Finn Tapp left without telling them in January to take part in Love Island.
Baroness Newlove said police did not tell her the man, who is in an open prison, was able to walk around Warrington unsupervised.
The comic's Dance for Life show is back more than two years after all his work projects were cancelled.
The 24-year-old was fired from a film inspired by Black Lives Matter in 2018 after a video resurfaced of him using racial language.
The Mirror and the Light concludes the Thomas Cromwell saga that began with Wolf Hall in 2009.
A spate of spoof reviews saw the hole ranked as one of Ilkeston's top-rated attractions.
Toilet access in London can be a real issue for many people who live in and visit the city.
Three young basketballers from different corners of the world tell us how important Kobe Bryant was to them.
The inventor of the world's longest string instrument explains its unique and majestic sound.
Filmmaker Aicha Macky from Niger is on a journey to determine her role in society as a childless woman.
The annual event saw added coronavirus precautions as more than 200 couples tied the knot.
The International Center of Photography is showcasing photos of hip-hop's greatest stars.
Simone Biles takes time out of training in Texas to answer questions from young fans around the world.
The judge said this was not a referendum on #MeToo. But at times, the trial felt like one.
Details showing a car's movements were a key factor in finding the killer of Gerald Corrigan.
What should I do about coronavirus if I'm in Italy, how does it compare to flu and more questions answered.
The coronavirus has already become a nightmare for travellers and the tourism industry alike.
Stewart has been homeless for years He's slept on the street but also, he says, in some "great places".
President Donald Trump is on his first official visit to India.
Julian Assange's extradition trial begins in London on Monday. How does the process work?
The BBC is given exclusive access to people who are using pharmaceutical heroin in a medical setting.
Zane Gbangbola was poisoned during flooding at his home. But has the full story of his death been told?
The US president's first official trip to the world's largest democracy will be a photo-op and a half.
The continent's leaders have been globe-trotting to attend Africa-themed summits, but do they have a plan?
Lucy Monaghan waives her right to anonymity after decision is taken not to prosecute alleged attacker.
Concerns are growing that heading a football may increase the risk of players developing dementia.
From helping Mo Farah become Britain's most successful track athlete in history, to appealing a four-year ban from athletics, BBC Panorama investigates Alberto Salazar's fall from grace.
Despite claims that Russian prisons are cleaning up their act, inmates and their families tell a different story.
Teenagers from the Amazon rainforest speak about their hopes for the future.
Subtitles are the film connoisseur's choice - but Netflix is sounding the dub-a-dub-dub for dubbing.
League leaders Liverpool are forced to come from behind to beat relegation-battling West Ham in a nervy encounter at Anfield.
England's victory over Ireland showed passion and defiance but also tactical street smarts, says former England scrum-half Matt Dawson.
Tyson Fury's promoter Frank Warren says if fans want to see a unification fight with Anthony Joshua "we will make it happen".
Vanessa Bryant gives a moving tribute to her late husband, basketball legend Kobe Bryant, and daughter Gianna at a memorial service in Los Angeles.
India to host the archery and shooting events at the 2022 Commonwealth Games, six months before the main event in Birmingham.
England are set to still be without prop Mako Vunipola for their next Six Nations match against Wales on 7 March but back Anthony Watson could return.
Your guide to housing in the UK and what can be done to satisfy the need for affordable and decent homes.
A recent surge in building by local authorities suggests the council house may be returning.
Statistics show a big rise in the number of middle-aged people renting their homes, rather than owning them.
Renters speak of struggling to get on the property ladder, amid a shortage of over one million homes.
A mail order bride moved to the US with her gay son, but her conservative husband had a surprise in store.