• Portland deaths: Son who died trying to stop Muslim abuse 'a hero'  Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche was one of two men stabbed to death on a train in Portland on Friday.    
  • BA aims to resume most UK flights after IT failure  A massive IT systems failure led to all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick being cancelled on Saturday.    
  • Images of Manchester bomber released  Images released by police show Salman Abedi wearing a backpack last Monday.    
  • Gregg Allman, rock trailblazer, dies at 69  Allman died at home in Savannah, Georgia, on Saturday, his official website announced.    
  • Schapelle Corby: 'Ganja Queen' trafficker deported from Bali  Schapelle Corby was jailed for marijuana smuggling in a case which caused outrage in Australia.    
  • A medical research centre frozen in time  Evgenia Arbugaeva photographs the people at the Amani Hill Station, Tanzania.    
  • G7 talks: Trump isolated over Paris climate change deal  Germany called the climate change talks "very unsatisfactory", describing them as "six against one".    
  • AlphaGo: Computer defeat 'painful' for Chinese Go prodigy  The Google-owned algorith beats Ke Jie three-nil at Chinese board game.    
  • Uber CEO Kalanick's mother dies in boat accident  Travis Kalanick's parents were out on a lake in California when their boat sank, police said.    
  • Trump team brush off Kushner 'secret Russia line' questions  Mr Trump's aides refused to comment on reports that his son-in-law wanted a secret line with Russia.    
  • Burger King ad angers real-life Belgian royal family  The advert asks people to choose between Belgium's king and the company mascot.    
  • Philippines' Duterte under fire for second rape joke  The Philippines president said soldiers were allowed to rape up to three women.    
  • Sri Lanka floods: Nearly 500,000 displaced as death toll rises  Flooding and mudslides caused by monsoon rains have killed more than 100, officials say.    
  • Arsenal defeat Chelsea in FA Cup  Arsenal win the FA Cup for a record 13th time in a thrilling final by beating 10-man Chelsea, who are denied a league and cup double.    
  • Kenya's prayer train: A commute of prayers and songs  For 20 years, a Christian group has held prayers on a train carriage during their one hour commute.    
  • Your pictures: Wilderness  Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, it is "Wilderness".    
  • Kidnapped and enslaved in a forest for three years  Faith was drugged and taken to a forest by al-Shabab militants fighting in Somalia.    
  • Exams in Ramadan: What should I eat?  If you're fasting during the Muslim holy month, here's how you can stay sharp in the exam hall.    
  • Week in pictures: 20-26 May 2017  A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.    
  • 10 things we didn't know last week  Dwayne Johnson "announced" he will run for president, and more news nuggets.    
  • Trump team relish world stage but struggle with European quirks  Mr Trump's team is ready to expand the US's global role and double down on their "America First" policy.    
  • The urban farmers battling a concrete jungle  Bangalore's last farmers are surrounded by concrete and millions of people, and many are giving up.    
  • Japan's growing concern over China's naval might  China's relentless drive to dominate the waters around Japan is making Tokyo increasingly uneasy.    
  • Why St Nicholas works wonders for Russians  Russians have been venerating the rib of one of their most revered saints, St Nicholas the Wonder Worker, which is in Moscow on loan from Italy.    
  • Florida's Amendment 1: A cautionary tale for 2018?  A Florida election fight shows the ups and downs of dealing with the politics of confusion around climate change and energy policies.    
  • Inside Saudi Arabia's rehab centre for jihadists  Frank Gardner sees the work being done in Saudi Arabia to deradicalise former Guantanamo Bay inmates.    
  • Going off-grid - could you live in a house like this?  The couple who have built a self-sufficient and totally recycled house.    
  • USA 1967: When American soccer's Summer of Love ended in tears  The little-known tale of when the British inspired sports entrepreneurs to launch a football league in America.    
  • Kell Brook loses IBF world welterweight title to Errol Spence Jr  American Errol Spence Jr produces a stunning display to defeat Kell Brook and take the IBF world welterweight title from the Briton.    
  • England v South Africa: Ben Stokes and Mark Wood seal series in Southampton  Mark Wood bowls a brilliant final over to give England a two-run win over South Africa that seals the one-day international series.    
  • Monaco GP: Lewis Hamilton struggles to understand poor qualifying  Lewis Hamilton says he is mystified by his lack of pace after qualifying 14th on the grid for the Monaco Grand Prix.    
  • Celtic 2-1 Aberdeen: Brendan Rodgers' side win Scottish Cup and the domestic treble  Celtic wear down Aberdeen to lift the Scottish Cup and complete an unbeaten domestic treble thanks to Tom Rogic's stoppage-time winner.    
  • French Open: Dan Evans opens for Britain; Petra Kvitova makes comeback  Dan Evans carries British hopes on day one of the French Open and Petra Kvitova returns to action following a knife attack.    
  • Premiership final: Wasps 20-23 Exeter Chiefs (aet)  Gareth Steenson kicks a late penalty in extra time to seal an exhilarating Premiership final win for Exeter over Wasps at Twickenham.    
  • FA Cup: Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea highlights  Arsenal win the FA Cup for a record 13th time, beating Chelsea in a thrilling final at Wembley to deny the Blues a league and cup double.