One worshipper said the screens made it feel like she was in a "prison".
Graham Hardy has been charged with six historical sexual assaults and one count of rape.
The care worker took the photos while travelling for work in and around Birmingham.
A delivery van driver from the West Midlands is jailed for two years for causing the death of a Glasgow woman on the A74(M) near Lockerbie.
A number of hostels in Birmingham have now agreed to take in homeless people with their dogs.
The chief executive's tenure has run alongside the "most difficult and challenging of times" for Birmingham City Council.
Police reviewed evidence in the murder of the paperboy following a documentary on television last year.
The five pound notes are the handiwork of Birmingham micro-artist Graham Short.
Up to 130,000 young carers aged five to 17 are not getting local authority support, England's children's commissioner says.
A man with terminal cancer and his wife sent their heartfelt thanks after the mystery man's gesture.
A man who was stabbed 12 times in a city street says his martial arts training saved his life.
As our arts centres and museums suffer funding cuts, several are seeking innovative ways to increase their income and footfall. But can quirky fundraisers keep our tourist attractions afloat?
After one force blows up a "suspicious" car parked by its own officers, BBC News looks at other unfortunate police mistakes.
Newcastle United move one point clear at the top of the Championship, scoring in each half to defeat Aston Villa.
Jonathan Trott signs a new contract with Warwickshire to stay with the club until the end of the 2018 season.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes becomes the most expensive foreign player in IPL history as he is bought for £1.7m by Rising Pune Supergiants.
Premier League leaders Chelsea reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup with victory over Wolves in an entertaining tie at Molineux.
Birmingham City boss Gianfranco Zola awaits talks with Blues' owners after their worst defeat since he took charge.
Matt Smith scores the opening goal as QPR condemn Birmingham City to their heaviest defeat under Gianfranco Zola.
Two injury-time goals earn a controversial victory for Walsall over Peterborough United at Bescot.
Solihull hold on to claim a narrow victory over Bromley despite being reduced to 10 men late on.
Emily Nelson wins silver for Great Britain in the omnium at the Track Cycling World Cup in Colombia.
Championship clubs agree "in principle" to use goalline technology from the start of next season.
Lt Gen HR McMaster replaces Gen Michael Flynn, who was fired after just three weeks.
Mike Pence also said the US remains committed to Europe, despite recent criticism by Donald Trump.
Vitaly Churkin dies at work in New York, Russia says, a day before his 65th birthday.
The second day of an assault on the IS stronghold saw heavy artillery fire at a key village.
Malaysia recalls its ambassador in a dispute over the killing of the North Korean leader's brother.
Five people were on board but it is too early to determine casualties, authorities say.
More than 100 workers say they lost their jobs after Thursday's protest in support of immigrants.
A famine is declared in parts of South Sudan following civil war and economic collapse.
The ban is said to be for "national security reasons" and not driven by religious ideology.
Military officials act to remove "security threat" of private drones after shooting at two devices.
Germany's finance minister hints that deadlock between the EU and IMF over Greece may be resolved.
Billionaire owner Andrey Melnichenko is alleged to owe 15.3m euros to the shipbuilder.
Footage released by Syria Civil Defence shows a girl being pulled alive from rubble, apparently in Damascus amid reported air strikes.
While so-called Islamic State rules the road, Iraqi forces control the skies in the battle for Mosul, as the BBC's Quentin Sommerville reports.
A plane carrying five people has crashed into a Melbourne shopping complex, Australian authorities say.
Footage from an airport in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is said to show the moments before Kim Jong-nam died.
Angelina Jolie and her family try some of Cambodia's delicacies.
An endurance skating and cycling race has been held on Lake Baikal in the Irkutsk region of Russia.
Librarian Emma Johansen was running Sweden's official Twitter account when the president mentioned a security incident.
Vjeran Tomic took five paintings - including a Matisse and Picasso - from a Paris museum in 2010.
Scientists in Boston have found a way to get every last drop of ketchup out of the bottle.
A college student in Florida grades an apology letter sent to him by his ex-girlfriend and sends it back to her with a mark.
Judo and kendo classes aim to build trust and improve officers' English.
Huge piles of imitation banknotes represent the biggest known bank fraud in Moldova's history.
Belarusian journalist literally eats his own words after Dinamo Minsk make it to ice hockey league play-offs.
The new Trump presidency could have profound implications for US relations with Iran, says the BBC's Kambiz Fattahi.
Internet "supervillain" Milo Yiannopoulos is dropped from a conference and has a book deal cancelled.
An albino hunted for her body parts tells the BBC she lives in fear after surviving a kidnap attempt in Malawi.
Sgt Conchita Lopez describes her life patrolling Mexico's southern border with Guatemala.
Brazilian Ricardo Shimosakai is a tourist agent who specialises in finding holiday packages for people with mobility issues.
French film Elle was originally going to be a Hollywood production, its director says.
The Principality of Hutt River in Western Australia draws curious tourists and just crowned a new "prince".
Bela Bhatia is the latest in a series of activists, lawyers and journalists who have come under pressure to leave.
In a divided America, two groups at the extreme ends of the political spectrum are doing battle online, and on the streets.
Catherine Gazzoli is producing a range of organic baby food influenced by her Italian roots.
Protests take place in London as MPs debate whether Donald Trump should be given a state visit to the UK.
Eddie Mair of BBC Radio 4's PM programme announces the death of fellow Radio 4 presenter Steve Hewlett.
When her baby boy stopped breastfeeding, Sarah Boyle insisted on a hospital scan.
Migrant workers have signed up to a labour boycott to highlight the role they play in British society.
Comedian David Baddiel has made a documentary about the impact of his father's rare form of dementia.
The ambulance got stuck after being called to help an an injured Aylestone St James player in Leicester.
Could the UK be going where it has never been before? Detailed plans to create the country's first spaceports are set to be unveiled.
Labour MP Caroline Flint describes the "secrecy and shame" of having an alcoholic parent.
As MPs prepare to debate US President Donald Trump's state visit to the UK, the BBC asks people in Birmingham if the love or loathe him.
Former boxing champion Spencer Oliver describes the attack on friend and former boxer Michael Watson.
Chairs, records and toys are among the items dangling from the ceiling of St John's Church.
How a debauched all-nighter is kicking off proceedings at Andrew Lloyd Webber's newest theatre.