• Pakistan oil tanker inferno kills at least 140  People were killed as they gathered to collect fuel from the overturned tanker, officials say.    
  • Air Asia plane suffers 'washing machine' fault  An AirAsia X plane is forced to turn back to Perth after suffering a "technical fault".    
  • Brexit secretary confident of trade deal  The Brexit secretary also backs Theresa May and agrees a leadership contest would be "catastrophic".    
  • Children hurt as car hits Eid celebration  Child critically hurt and woman arrested after car ran into bystanders marking end of Ramadan in Newcastle.    
  • Prince Harry 'wanted out' of Royal Family  The prince says he considered giving up his title but decided to remain and "work out a role".    
  • 'Real community spirit' in London's council estates  Photographer Joe Newman has explored some of the city's biggest council estates.    
  • Vietnam blogger Pham Minh Hoang deported to France  French-Vietnamese dissident blogger Pham Minh Hoang loses his birth nationality and is deported.    
  • Yemen faces world's worst cholera outbreak - UN  There are an estimated 5,000 new cases of cholera in Yemen every day, with 200,000 people affected.    
  • China landslide: More than 100 missing as search continues  Thousands of rescuers are digging through rocks for a second day in the hope of finding survivors.    
  • Turkey LGBT: Istanbul's Gay Pride organisers vow to defy ban  They vow to hold a march in Istanbul which officials have banned for the third year in a row.    
  • Trump gift leaves Australian PM Turnbull bemused  Australian PM sees the funny side after receiving a tie emblazoned with the words "Donald Trump".    
  • Texas mother held after two toddlers die in hot car  The Texas woman admitted she shut the car door to teach her girl and boy "a lesson", police say.    
  • London tower block residents 'must leave' says council  Camden Council says householders who have chosen to stay risk delaying work to improve safety.    
  • Italy acid attack model Gessica Notaro returns to work  The former Miss Italy finalist said she was doing so to encourage other women to defy bullies.    
  • In pictures: Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr festival  The Islamic world has begun marking the holiday which ends the Ramadan fast.    
  • China's lesbian mothers face legal hurdles  A growing number of gay Chinese couples are going abroad to have babies, but face legal hurdles back home.    
  • Is this Russia's green screen queen?  Russian YouTuber Tatiana Subbotina shares how she "travels the world" without leaving her home.    
  • 10 things we didn't know last week  Brian Cant sat in a cardboard box during his Play School audition - and other news nuggets.    
  • Longboarding women - it's not about boys  It can be hard to get into longboarding when you are the only girl at the skate park.    
  • 'Cuba Libro': The Communist island's only English bookshop  Cuba’s only English-language bookshop is flourishing. Our correspondent, Will Grant, popped in.    
  • World's ugliest dog, Martha, crowned in California  The former rescue dog won over the judges with her stage presence at the Californian fair.    
  • Sausage roll row: US 'invents' new summer snack  An American supermarket has created a "new" summer snack that look very familiar to Britons.    
  • The Hollywood stars who quit acting  As Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis announces he is retiring, here are some other stars who quit being an actor.    
  • Canada to apologise for 'LGBT purge' in government  During the Cold War, hundreds of gay men and lesbians in Canada lost government and military jobs because of their sexual orientation. They are about to get an apology.    
  • Eid: How is the start of the Muslim festival determined?  Working out when the Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr begins is surprisingly complicated.    
  • Yemen's spiralling cholera crisis  Yemen cholera epidemic: 'I have never seen such suffering'    
  • 'I kept my daughter's body at home for three weeks'  When her daughter died, Gilli Davidson wanted to keep her at home - the funeral director made that possible.    
  • Passions flare as Turkey excludes evolution from textbooks  The "controversial" theory is too complex for schoolchildren, an education official says.    
  • Reality Check: How many EU citizens live in the UK?  Theresa May offers to protect EU nationals in the UK if UK nationals are protected in Europe.    
  • Women's cricket makes 2017 World Cup declaration of intent  The Women's Cricket World Cup gets under way, on a mission to grow as a sport and a business    
  • British and Irish Lions 2017: Rory Best to captain Lions against Hurricanes  Rory Best will captain the British and Irish Lions for the team's next game against the Hurricanes on Tuesday.    
  • Azerbaijan Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton takes on 'pressure' for 'beautiful lap'  Lewis Hamilton says he thrives under "pressure" after salvaging a pole position in Azerbaijan with a "beautiful lap".    
  • Andy & Jamie Murray tipped to play Wimbledon doubles together  Judy Murray tips sons Andy and Jamie to play Wimbledon doubles together before their careers end.    
  • British and Irish Lion 2017: The Lions had the chances, the All Blacks had the class  The British and Irish Lions could have won, but All Blacks skill ensures no 'what-could-have-beens', says Lions great Jeremy Guscott.    
  • England U21s: Aidy Boothroyd's side to face Germany in semi-finals  England Under-21s will face Germany in Tuesday's European Championship semi-final in Poland.