US Navy ship and oil tanker collide near Singapore
A search for the Navy sailors is under way after the ship and an oil tanker collide near Singapore.
Barcelona attacks: Key suspect hunt widened across Europe
The hunt for the driver suspected of killing 13 people in Barcelona last week widens across Europe.
Eclipse spectacle set to grip US public
Skywatchers in the US prepare for the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse since 1918.
Crackdown on online hate crimes
Tweeting abuse can be as "equally devastating" as shouting it, prosecutors are told.
Motorists using dash cams to inform on dodgy drivers
A pilot scheme which has seen action taken against dangerous drivers is being expanded across Wales.
Love Island's Olivia: I've received death threats
Olivia Attwood says she was told to expect online abuse, but has tried to not let it affect her.
One dead as car hits Marseille bus stop
The driver is arrested, with reports that another bus stop had earlier been targeted.
'My life was changed by a tick bite'
A bacterial infection spread through the former England rugby player's body after he was bitten.
'More deaths' warning over faulty white goods
In a letter to Theresa May, the London Fire Brigade and others say white goods must be made safer.
The village in Nepal cut off by floods
Aid agencies are warning of a humanitarian crisis following recent flooding.
MPs to gather for Big Ben's bongs ahead of silencing
The famous clock's Great Bell is to be silenced until 2021 to allow repairs to be completed.
Killer robots: Experts warn of 'third revolution in warfare'
A letter to the UN warns the world is getting closer to a dangerous "third revolution in warfare".
When is the next solar eclipse in my country?
Find out when you can next witness a solar eclipse in your country with our eclipse calculator.
Crowd zorbing and cake throwing, plus other weird things at UK festivals
As Pink gets inside a giant ball and surfs over the crowd at V festival - we take a look at the other bizarre festival sights.
Dad gets tattoo of brain shunt after daughter's surgery
Briar Hickenbottom-Marriott says she doesn't feel lonely any more after her dad's show of support.
The Papers: Tributes to 'cheeky' boy killed in Barcelona
Tributes to the British boy killed in the Barcelona terror attack make front-page headlines.
How prep changed Matt's life
How taking pre-exposure drugs revolutionised one gay man's relationship with sex.
'My unrequited love for internet showgirls'
24-year-old Lele Tao makes a fortune through live streaming in front of webcams to her 1 million fans - one super fan is about to have the first real face-to-face interaction with her. The second of a three-part series.
In pictures: Scotland's far north
A picture of the landscapes, people and customs of rural Scotland in the late 1970s and 80s.
Masks for smear test patients in Thailand
A health clinic in Thailand is handing out masks to encourage more women to attend their cervical smear tests.
BBC coverage of latest developments
Why didn't electricity immediately change manufacturing?
The internet shows, as with electricity, that real technological change takes time and imagination.
Barcelona attack: What the trees say
People from all over the world have been moved to write messages on the plane trees of Las Ramblas.
Solar eclipse 2017: What you need to know
A few tips on the rare cosmic event, which last stretched across the US coast to coast 99 years ago.
'I couldn't tell my parents I had started a business'
Shoko Takahashi set up bio-tech firm Gene Quest, but didn't feel able to tell her parents for six months that she had launched her own business.
Does the world need polymaths?
Is there a role in today's world for the polymath - someone who knows a lot about a lot of things?
How can you be sure where ‘charity’ donations go?
With 800 cases of charity fraud reported last year, are all organisations what they seem?
The former child labourer making millions baking cakes
How Cleusa Maria went from being a child farm worker to running one of Brazil's most popular bakery chains.
WW2 warship USS Indianapolis found under the ocean
The USS Indianapolis has been found in the Pacific Ocean, 72 years after its sinking by a Japanese submarine.
Shakespeare's Globe: Six ideas new boss Michelle Terry has for the theatre
The theatre's new artistic director Michelle Terry is hoping to steady the ship after a bumpy year.
Mo Farah wins final race in Britain at Birmingham Diamond League meeting
Britain's Mo Farah wins his final track race on home soil in the 3,000m at the Diamond League in Birmingham.
Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Chelsea
Marcos Alonso scores twice as champions Chelsea beat Tottenham in their first Premier League game at Wembley Stadium.
United States retain Solheim Cup with win over Europe
The United States retain the Solheim Cup with a 16½-11½ victory over Europe in Iowa.
Nicolai Muller: Hamburg winger celebrates goal and ruptures knee ligament
Hamburg winger Nicolai Muller wheels away after scoring against Augsburg, ruptures a knee ligament while celebrating, and will now miss the next seven months of the season.
England's Stuart Broad wants to play in 2019 Ashes after Test wicket milestone
Stuart Broad says he hopes to play in the 2019 Ashes, after going past Sir Ian Botham on the list of England's all-time Test wicket-takers.
Paris St-Germain 6-2 Toulouse
Neymar scores twice on his home debut as Paris St-Germain net four of their six goals with only 10 men to beat Toulouse.