Theresa May warns EU of 'pattern of Russian aggression'
The EU summit is also expected to see leaders agree on the terms for a Brexit transition period.
Donald Trump's top Russia lawyer John Dowd resigns
John Dowd is reported to have concluded that Mr Trump was increasingly ignoring his advice.
Facebook data: What the social media giant knows about you
Downloading your Facebook data is dead easy - and very revealing, as Newsbeat's De'Graft Mensah found out.
Westminster Bridge attack victim's sister refuses to dwell on killer
Andreea Cristea fell into the river during the Westminster Bridge attack and died later in hospital.
Uber self-driving crash: Footage shows moment before impact
Police release footage of the moments leading up to a crash involving a self-driving car in Arizona.
Pavilion Theatre saved after 'inferno' in Glasgow nightclub block
A fire chief has described entering the blaze in Victoria's nightclub as "facing a blowtorch".
Gareth Bale says becoming Wales' record scorer is career highlight
Gareth Bale becomes Wales' all-time record goalscorer with 29 international goals, breaking Ian Rush's record.
UK passports 'to be made in France after Brexit'
The existing UK manufacturer says it will be replaced by a Franco-Dutch one after Brexit.
Police can take days to respond to 999 calls, says report
Some victims of domestic violence have to wait days to be seen by police, a report says.
Bank vote hints at interest rate rise in May
UK rates remain unchanged at 0.5% but two Bank of England policymakers vote in favour of an increase.
Why aren't more Muslim families fostering children?
A new report is trying to fight misconceptions about fostering and adoption in Muslim communities.
More pupils take term-time holidays, data shows
But the proportion of parents being fined for taking children out of lessons without permission falls.
Anger over Sheffield's plan to fell healthy trees
Sheffield City Council's plan to fell thousands of healthy trees prompts angry protests.
Duchess carries out last duties before maternity leave
Catherine is joined by William in celebrating the Commonwealth as part of her final royal engagements.
Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero surprise Manchester City academy players
Sergio Aguero brings Argentina team-mate Lionel Messi to Manchester City's under-7s training session, and the kids look stunned.
Meet SoFi - the soft robot fish developed by MIT
Scientists hope a robotic fish will guide aquatic life and help clean up pollution in the ocean.
Curiosity rover: 2,000 days on Mars
The Nasa robot this week celebrates 2,000 martian days investigating the surface of the Red Planet.
Police not fooled by 'plonker's' Del Boy driving licence
Officers seized the car and reported the driver to court for having no insurance.
The good people win, says terror attack MP
"It's the good people that win", says Tory MP Tobias Ellwood.
Eddie Woo: The maths teacher who became an unlikely star
Eddie Woo's high-energy lessons on YouTube are inspiring students around the globe.
Water power: How one pump is helping an entire community
In Niger, the presence of clean water is helping to wash away some of a village's worries.
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The community of 2,000 people with 151 cases of sex crime
In the small community of Tysfjord in northern Norway, sexual abuse was rife for decades. How come it was never stopped?
Jailed for murder, Spain domestic violence victim fights for pardon
Gloria Chochi is serving six years in prison in Spain for murder. She is now pinning her hopes of seeing her son on a rare pardon.
Kim Wilde says aliens inspired her pop comeback
The 80s pop star describes seeing a UFO in her back garden, and reveals how that inspired her album.
NHS pay: What about the rest of the public sector?
NHS staff will receive pay rises above inflation for the first time in seven years. Will other employers follow suit?
Wanted: Robot wrangler. No experience required.
As we build more robots, more people will be needed to manage them, and they may not all be advanced engineers.
The day Muhammad Ali fought in Paisley - and was booed
The world champion was booed by Scottish boxing fans when he appeared at Paisley ice rink.
Find out the gender pay gap where you work
About 70% of companies have still not revealed the difference in what they pay male and female employees.
Baselworld: The watchmakers keeping Switzerland's traditions alive
Switzerland's famous small watchmakers and craftsmen hope the industry's sales slump is coming to an end.
China PR 0-6 Wales
Gareth Bale scores a hat-trick to become Wales' record goalscorer as Ryan Giggs starts his managerial reign with a comfortable victory over China.
England 58 all out as New Zealand dominate first Test in Auckland
England are bowled out for 58 - their sixth lowest total - before New Zealand reach 175-3 on the first day of the opening Test in Auckland.
West Ham give lifetime bans to pitch invaders at Burnley game
West Ham United give lifetime bans to five supporters who invaded the pitch during the team's 3-0 defeat by Burnley at London Stadium.
Australian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton & Sebastian Vettel play down race for fifth title
Four-time world champions Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are each bidding for a fifth in 2018, but both insist improvement is their main aim.
Gareth Bale breaks Wales scoring record after sealing hat-trick against China
Gareth Bale breaks Ian Rush's all-time scoring record for Wales after sealing a hat-trick to put them 6-0 up against China at the Guangxi Stadium in Nanning
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Manchester United striker to leave Old Trafford club
Veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set to leave Manchester United before the end of his contract.
'Everybody thinks it's only boys who join gangs'
Nequela Whittaker was once a feared gang leader in south London - now she tries to stop other young girls from taking that path.
Who were my parents - and why was I left on a hillside to die?
In 1937 a nine-month-old girl was found hidden in a bush on the South Downs, with her hands tied. She has always wanted to know why.
Where are the UK's youngest and oldest cities?
Cities are often thought of as places for the young, but that's not always the case.
A doctor's battle in Eastern Ghouta
As the Syrian government tightens its noose around the enclave, medical staff describe working in "hell on earth".
Child sexual exploitation: How the system failed
Grooming, rape and trafficking are just some of the ways children in the UK are being sexually exploited.
'I tried to kill myself nine times before the NHS helped me'
At the age of 17 Sherry Denness tried to kill herself nine times in 10 days, and only then got the help she needed.
Claudette Colvin: The 15-year-old who came before Rosa Parks
How Claudette Colvin helped spark America's Civil Rights Movement at the age of 15.
'The story of a weird world I was warned never to tell'
Pauline Dakin's childhood was full of secrets, disruption and unpleasant surprises - it wasn't until many years later that she found out why.
'My periods made me suicidal so I had a hysterectomy at 28'
For years, Lucie was treated for mental health problems - in fact she had a severe form of premenstrual syndrome.