BBC News - Home
Tiger Woods held on drink-driving charge in Florida
Golf star Tiger Woods was arrested on a drink-driving charge in Florida, police say.
Moscow storm: 11 killed as high winds strike Russian capital
The storm could be the deadliest to hit the Russian capital in more than 100 years.
France's Macron holds 'frank exchange' with Putin near Paris
Despite disagreements, the new French president says his country could work with Russia more.
BA boss 'won't resign' over flight chaos
Chief executive Alex Cruz says flight disruption at Heathrow and Gatwick had nothing to do with cost cutting.
German leaders step up attacks on Trump
The chancellor, her foreign minister and the opposition leader all criticise the US president.
Shark injures Australian fisherman on board boat
An Australian fisherman recounts the moment when a 200kg great white shark leapt into his boat.
Somalia's al-Shabab stones man to death for adultery
The man had two wives - but was found guilty by an Islamic court of adultery with a third woman.
Kenya election: Peter Gichira charged with attempted suicide
A Kenyan is charged with trying to take his life after his presidential ambitions were thwarted.
Portland attack: Donald Trump condemns killings
He was facing mounting criticism for his failure to condemn the killings on Friday.
WannaCry ransom notice analysis suggests Chinese link
Researchers say the WannaCry ransom note was poorly translated - possibly using Google Translate.
Jared Kushner defended by Trump amid 'secret Russia line' questions
Donald Trump calls his son-in-law a 'good person' after reports he sought a secret line to Moscow.
Manchester attacks: MI5 probes bomber 'warnings'
The security service is to examine its actions after tip-offs from the public about extremist views.
Philippine army 'makes gains' in Marawi Islamist battle
Troops have been battling Islamist militants in the southern city of Marawi for the past week.
Morocco protests: Activist Nasser Zefzafi arrested
Protesters have taken to the streets to support Nasser Zefzafi, who organised anti-corruption rallies.
Laughter, tears and monkey business at Cannes
The highlights and talking points as the French film festival draws to a close.
Kyrgyzstan president shows off his musical skills
And he's not the only leader with musical talents...
The stolen childhoods of Kashmir in pencil and crayon
Artwork by children in the region depicts childhoods ruined by the violence of adults.
JFK at 100: 'His life was not as glamorous as you think'
A new photo exhibit captures the dramatic rise and sudden passing of an American icon.
Who has faced the Donald Trump handshake and won?
The US president's hand contact with world leaders has been closely watched.
Sachin Tendulkar, 'God of cricket', returns on celluloid
Sachin Tendulkar's film debut enthrals fans, but critics say it lacks depth.
Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa performs Haka
Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa performs a Haka to support a New Zealand MMA fighter.
In pictures: Shadowing the pilgrims on Mount Koya
Photographing the shrines along the route of a traditional Buddhist pilgrimage.
Could subjects soon be a thing of the past in Finland?
Finland is an education success story, so is it right to move away from old-style lessons?
The women accused of killing Kim Jong-nam
The women accused of killing Kim Jong-nam could face the death penalty, but who are they?
Anthony Foster: Tireless fighter against Catholic sex abuse
How Anthony Foster became a tireless campaigner after two of his daughters were raped by a priest.
Five questions for British Airways over IT crash
Failure saw most services cancelled from Heathrow and Gatwick, with disruption set to continue through Bank Holiday.
Clamour grows for Brazil's President Temer to resign
The BBC's Katy Watson reports on the growing demands in Brazil for President Michel Temer to resign.
The city in Pakistan that loves a British hairstyle
When BBC correspondent Secunder Kermani wanted a haircut in Pakistan he decided to head for the city known as Little England.
How the lift transformed the shape of our cities
Why is this highly successful mass transit system so underrated?
England v South Africa: Batting collapse costs hosts in Lord's defeat
A dramatic batting collapse costs England against South Africa as the hosts lose the final one-day international by seven wickets at Lord's.
Huddersfield Town 0-0 Reading (4-3 pens)
Huddersfield Town win promotion to the Premier League with a penalty shoot-out win over Reading in the Championship play-off final.
England's first innings collapse against South Africa at Lord's
England lose six wickets for 20 runs in the first half hour of play as they lose the third ODI against South Africa at Lord's by seven wickets.
French Open 2017: Britain's Aljaz Bedene considers switch back to Slovenia
British number three Aljaz Bedene says he is considering switching his allegiance back to Slovenia after reaching the French Open second round.