bbcnews Police chased a stolen ambulence through the streets of Dallas, Texas for two hours.
The 19-year-old suspect allegedly stole the ambulance from a local fire station.
He was eventually arrested after parking the ambulance and fleeing on foot, trying to hop a fence. #Dallas#Texas#PoliceChase#BBCNews
bbcnews US reality TV star Kim Kardashian West has joined the elite club of the super-rich by achieving billionaire status.
Her net worth reached $1bn (£0.72bn) thanks to her cosmetics and clothing interests as well as income from TV, endorsement deals and investments, Forbes business magazine says.
She is now one of the 2,755 figures on Forbes' World's Billionaires List - tap the link in our bio to see haw she compares to the rest.
bbcnews Lockdown has led to a big reduction in light pollution around the world - which in turn has meant we can see more stars. 🤩
A UK star count found a 10% drop in the amount of people who could only see 10 or fewer stars - numbers which indicate severe light pollution.
As well as blocking our view of stars, light pollution can impact human health and wildlife by disturbing biological cycles and behaviours.
Kielder Observatory benefits from some of the darkest skies in England and can help us explore the impact of less light.
bbcnews This is the lavish ceremony in Cairo that saw the mummified remains of 22 ancient Egyptian rulers transferred to a new museum.
With tight security arrangements befitting their royal blood and status as national treasures, the mummies were relocated to the new National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation.
Amid fanfare, the 18 kings and four queens were transported on custom-made decorated vehicles fitted with special shock-absorbers to give the ancient occupants as smooth a journey as possible.
bbcnews This is the remarkable story of a chance discovery at a New York subway station that changed the lives of Danny Stewart and his partner Pete Mercurio.
On 28 August 2000, Danny was late for dinner with Pete, and while rushing out of Manhattan's 14th Street station, spotted what he thought was a "baby doll".
The doll was in fact a baby boy, and as the police took the child to safety, Pete recalls saying to Danny "you know, you're going to be connected to that baby in some way for the rest of your life".
Tap the link in our bio to find out how that chance encounter changed all three of their lives forever.
bbcnews Childhood favourite Fuzzy Felt has been used by this artist to recreate classic paintings and famous moments from film and TV.
Lucy Morrow, from Nottinghamshire in the UK, bought an old set of the retro craft set to get creative after having to spend time off work due to surgery.
Her first scenes were ideas from her husband but after posting some of her works online, followers from around the world suggested artwork, like Van Gogh's Starry Night, and film scenes, including Pulp Fiction and Indiana Jones.
Now she is getting ideas sent into her every day after setting up her Instagram page Captured by the Fuzz.
bbcnews Actress Thandie Newton has said she is reverting to the original Zimbabwean spelling of her first name, Thandiwe.
The actress has been known as Thandie, an anglicised version of her name with the "w" absent, after it was misspelled in 1991.
As a result, Thandie Newton became the widely-used spelling of her name and has stuck with the actress for three decades.
Tap the link in our bio to read more on this story and find out where her name was originally misspelled.
bbcnews "We've got an extra layer of issues now around coronavirus."
For many police officers, the last 12 months have been some of the most demanding of their careers.
For Lancashire Police in England, this has involved breaking up gatherings in areas which have had, proportionally for their populations, some of the highest rates of infection in the UK.
The BBC's Ashley John-Baptiste joined officers one Saturday in March as they challenged those breaking Covid lockdown rules.
bbcnews A rap and reggaeton hit by a group of well-known Cuban musicians has deeply angered the communist-run government.
The song, which has been viewed more than four million times on YouTube, blasts the dire economic situation on the island.
The title 'Patria y Vida' or 'Fatherland and Life' plays on one of Fidel Castro's favourite revolutionary slogans "Fatherland or Death".
Havana has described the artists as mercenaries and released its own pro-revolutionary song in response, albeit with limited success.
bbcnews Singer The Weeknd has promised to donate $1m to Ethiopians caught up in the conflict in Tigray.
The star, who was born in Canada, is the son of Ethiopian immigrants.
"My heart breaks for my people of Ethiopia as innocent civilians ranging from small children to the elderly are being senselessly murdered," he said.
Fighting between the Ethiopian army and the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) began in November and has left millions of people homeless.
The Weeknd said that his $1m donation would go to the UN's World Food Programme to pay for two million meals.
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bbcnews Meet the Myanmar beauty queen standing up to the military.
Speeches by beauty pageant contestants rarely make headlines. But when Han Lay, Miss Grand Myanmar, spoke out last week against alleged atrocities committed by her country's military, her speech turned heads.
"Today in my country Myanmar... there are so many people dying," she said at the Miss Grand International 2020 event in Thailand. "Please help Myanmar. We need your urgent international help right now."
A little over a month ago the 22-year-old was on the streets of Yangon protesting against the military.
Click the link in our bio to find out more about why she decided to speak out.
(📷Han Lay / Miss Grand International)
bbcnews Reece caught coronavirus during the first wave of the pandemic in March 2020, but like many twenty-somethings, he wasn't hospitalised overnight.
What he thought would be a mild illness became a protracted nightmare with his partner Alice becoming his carer.