Migrants in Calais seeking asylum in the UK should be able to lodge their claim in France and not have to wait until they reach British soil, the region's president says.
Five people are arrested over a fire at crime laboratories in Brussels that officials believe may have been started to destroy forensic evidence.
A man is arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice following the reported abduction of a child in Surrey.
So-called Islamic State says it carried out a suicide car bombing on a military facility in the Yemeni city of Aden, which doctors say killed at least 60.
The health of patients is being put at risk because GPs are being forced to carry out complex consultations in 10 minutes or less, doctors are warning.
The number of people out shopping in the UK on Saturday and Sunday fell by 4.1% compared with last year's August bank holiday weekend, retail researchers say.
Pokemon Go players have been involved in hundreds of police incidents since the gaming app phenomenon launched, the BBC learns.
Ex-shadow chancellor Ed Balls says Jeremy Corbyn's Labour leadership is a "leftist utopian fantasy, devoid of connection to the reality of people's lives".
The impeachment trial of Brazil's Dilma Rousseff reaches a dramatic point later, with the suspended president due to defend herself in the Senate.
A 62-year-old man is arrested after allegedly filling a lubricant dispenser with hydrochloric acid at a gay club in Sydney.
A bride-to-be who wanted a "no-fuss and low-key" celebration is rescued by the RNLI after her hen party boat ran aground.
Queen Victoria beats Mrs Slocombe to the TV ratings crown as ITV's Victoria draws more viewers than BBC One's new version of Are You Being Served?
Drone footage from Italian firefighters shows the devastation in Accumoli, one of the towns hit by the earthquake on 24 August which left at least 290 dead.
A Nasa team has emerged from a Mars simulation in Hawaii, where they lived in near isolation for a year.
Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry has defended her comments about deep-fat fryers, telling BBC Radio 4's Today programme they are "dangerous" and "unhealthy".
Los Angeles International Airport was evacuated after reports of a shooter inside a terminal - but police later said it was a false alarm due to "loud noises" not gunfire.
Bono and Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, have visited a camp of 2.3 million displaced people in north-east Nigeria.
Beyonce was the big winner at Sunday's MTV VMAs in New York, scooping seven awards including the prestigious Video of the Year prize.
Kazakhstan is preparing to launch its own version of the popular TV series Game of Thrones.
Olympic gold medallist rowers Alex Gregory and Mohamed Sbihi meet BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty.
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Chinese audiences are complaining that a 3D version of the latest Bourne movie is causing headaches and nausea.
English coach Ben Ryan is given three acres of land and a chief's name after leading Fiji's sevens team to Olympic gold in Rio.
Germany's economy minister claims that talks about the TTIP trade deal have failed highlight the uphill battle that negotiators are facing.
Pakistan has told all three million Afghan refugees within its borders to leave - causing chaos on its borders, the BBC's M Ilyas Khan reports.
Your questions answered on the impeachment proceedings against Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff.
As American Football player Colin Kaepernick attracts criticism for refusing to stand for the US national anthem, what is the etiquette surrounding playing the national anthem and displaying the flag?
Militants of so-called Islamic State are on the verge of being ousted completely from their stronghold in Libya’s central coastal city of Sirte.
Monday's papers consider China's growing involvement in UK industry including planned investment in nuclear power, while hopes are voiced that Britons can "fire up their bank holiday barbecues".
Scores of historic sites in Bagan - some there since the 10th Century - were badly damaged by the 6.8-magnitude earthquake that struck central Myanmar on Wednesday.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Amateur rocket enthusiasts have gathered in Scotland to mark 30 years of aiming for the skies.
Aerial shots reveal the devastation in Amatrice following Wednesday's earthquake which killed at least 247 people in central Italy.
Images from before and after an earthquake struck central Italy show the huge scale of the disaster.
Southampton sign Moroccan attacking midfielder Sofiane Boufal from Lille in a club-record £16m deal.
Yorkshire coach Jason Gillespie is to leave his role at the end of the season, the county confirm.
Broadcaster Melvyn Bragg has called for the government to follow the model of Team GB's Olympic success and invest in the north of England. BBC News asks which of the regions' strengths it should focus on?
An IFS study says men still get paid more on average than women. But some have questioned if that's really what the numbers show.
Xiong Jigen, 43, is one of many men inside China's remote "bachelor village', where bad roads and few women make it hard to find a wife.
The Facebook group where passengers cast a humorous eye on the behaviour of tram conductors.
How Indian entrepreneur Lavanya Nalli is leading the modernisation of her family's 88-year-old clothing company, while still holding on to its decades of tradition.
Empty rails and closing signs as a stalwart of the British High Street says its final farewell.
How a long-running Irish beauty pageant became the unlikely battleground for the debate over the country's abortion laws.
Jane Austen's ring, a £50m Picasso and other objects the UK has fought to keep in the country.