• Trump wades into German migration row  The US president lashes out at Angela Merkel's leadership as he defends his own migration crackdown.    
  • Stock markets fall amid trade fears  The US-China trade spat and tensions over migration in Germany push share prices lower.    
  • Royal wedding 2018: Meghan's dad reveals tears over big day  Thomas Markle says he is upset about being "a footnote to the greatest moment in history".    
  • Walmart shopper shoots dead carjacking gunman  A Walmart shopper in Washington state fatally shot a carjacker after he had shot a driver on Sunday.    
  • Cristiano Ronaldo: Mocked statue at Madeira airport is replaced  A bronze statue of Cristiano Ronaldo that left football fans scratching their heads is replaced.    
  • India python: Snake tries to strangle West Bengal selfie taker  A ranger who caught a rock python in West Bengal was almost strangled by it as he posed for photos.    
  • Audi chief Rupert Stadler arrested in diesel emissions probe  There was a danger that Rupert Stadler could seek to suppress evidence, prosecutors say.    
  • Israel charges ex-minister Gonen Segev with spying for Iran  Gonen Segev was allegedly recruited as an agent by Israel's arch-enemy Iran while he lived in Nigeria.    
  • Diane Rwigara: Rwandan politician's assets auctioned  The jailed Rwandan politician's family says the auction and charges against her are political.    
  • Selahattin Demirtas: The presidential candidate campaigning from prison  Selahattin Demirtas is Turkey's pro-Kurdish opposition candidate. He's been held in prison for the past 20 months, campaigning via social media and now, TV.    
  • Japan earthquake: Child and two men dead and hundreds injured  The girl was killed by a falling wall when Osaka was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake.    
  • 'Dumpling-shaped' space rock comes into view  A Japanese space probe has been sending back images as it approaches its target, the asteroid Ryugu.    
  • Napoleon's Waterloo hat sold on anniversary of battle  The emperor's hat is said to have been salvaged from the battlefield in 1815 by a Dutch baron.    
  • If a house costs too much, how about half instead?  Building a house can be expensive, so in some places you can get half a house and finish it later.    
  • WHO: Gaming addiction 'a mental health condition'  For millions, it is a harmless hobby but for some it can become more than that.    
  • Hong Kong's fish are eating plastic - and people could be too  A lot of Hong Kong's fish contains tiny bits of plastic that could end up on your plate.    
  • Thailand's rubbish-clearing 'beachbot'  A locally-designed beach robot is helping to clear Thailand's sandy beaches of cigarette butts.    
  • The architect transforming Asia's skylines  The architect behind some of Asia's most spectacular new buildings discusses his designs.    
  • Why Kenyan school children are being taught to say 'no', loudly  School girls and boys in Kenyan schools are being taught self defence and how to report sexual and physical attacks.    
  • ‘Prostitutes saved me from sex work’  When a fire at a children's home in Guatemala killed dozens of teenage girls, it exposed a culture of abuse. Suyapa Milian lived there for more than a year when she was a teenager.    
  • Taking a stand against sexism and racism in the advertising industry  Magazine editor Sherry Collins is taking a stand after being confused for a prostitute at a media event.    
  • Eking out a living in Haiti's colourful slum city  A rare glimpse of life inside Jalousie, one of Haiti’s largest slum communities.    
  • Trump migrant separation policy: Children 'in cages' in Texas  Reporters who visited a migrant detention centre in Texas say they saw 20 children inside one cage.    
  • The man who went to the North Korean place that ‘doesn’t exist’  One US citizen warns of the consequences of a visit to a forbidden area in North Korea.    
  • Why is Angela Merkel's leadership under pressure?  How a row with a coalition partner has left the German chancellor fighting for her political life.    
  • How a giant python swallowed an Indonesian woman  An Indonesian woman appears to have been the latest victim of a gruesome but rare animal attack.    
  • Reality Check: The numbers behind the crackdown in Turkey  As elections take place two years after a failed coup in Turkey, how many people are in prison and how many have lost their jobs?    
  • The untold good news story of America today  A grassroots movement getting few headlines could yet herald a new American age of change.    
  • The Arab world's 'only gay radio station'  Tunisians are enjoying greater freedom since the 2011 revolution, and now gay rights activists hope they will also benefit.    
  • 'The day I was diagnosed was the worst of my life'  How one entrepreneur had to quit work to battle cancer, leaving his co-founder to grow their company on his own.    
  • South Africa's cash-in-transit heists: A national emergency?  Gangs wielding AK47s and explosives are targeting South Africa's cash-in-transit industry - with sometimes deadly results.    
  • The tarot revival thanks to Brexit, Trump and Dior  Tarot cards are growing in popularity as a way to cope with uncertain times.    
  • How the world came to love Glasgow School of Art  Charles Rennie Mackintosh's finest building was not loved at first but became a mark of his genius.    
  • World Cup: Watch Tunisia v England in Virtual Reality live  BBC Sport will be showing all its games from the 2018 Fifa World Cup, including England against Panama and Tunisia, in Virtual Reality.    
  • World Cup 2018: Dries Mertens scores brilliant volley in Belgium win over Panama  Dries Mertens opens the scoring with a brilliant volley in Belgium's 3-0 win over Panama in the first Group G game at the World Cup.    
  • Queen's Club: Andy Murray says his injury return against Nick Kyrgios 'is not about winning'  Andy Murray says his long-awaited return from injury is "not about winning" as he prepares to play at Queen's Club on Tuesday.    
  • World Cup 2018: Your England team to face Tunisia  Who should start for England in their World Cup opener against Tunisia? See who you have selected and pick your 11.    
  • Caster Semenya: Olympic champion to challenge 'unfair' IAAF testosterone ruling  World and Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya is to challenge "unfair" rules affecting some female athletes.    
  • World Cup 2018: Belgium beat debutants Panama 3-0 in Sochi  Romelu Lukaku scores twice as Belgium prove too good for World Cup debutants Panama in the opening match in England's Group G.    
  • World Cup 2018: Fifa investigates 'homophobic chanting' by Mexico fans  Fifa is investigating alleged homophobic chanting by Mexico fans during the 1-0 World Cup win over Germany on Sunday.    
  • World Cup 2018: Sweden start with a 1-0 win over South Korea  Sweden mark their first appearance in the World Cup for 12 years by beating South Korea thanks to a penalty from captain Andreas Granqvist that was awarded after a video assistant referee (VAR) review.    
  • World Cup 2018: Romelu Lukaku says some Belgians 'want to see me fail'  Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku says he will "remember to have fun" at the World Cup but says some of his compatriots want him to fail.    
  • Did Mexican World Cup fans' celebrations shake the earth?  Fans jumping for joy over goal caused an artificial quake in Mexico City, scientists say.    
  • S Korea players swap shirts to fox rivals  South Korea's coach says he made his players wear different numbered shirts in recent friendlies to confuse opponents who he says cannot tell them apart.    
  • Germany crestfallen after defeat by Mexico  Germany's shock defeat was described as an "embarrassment" by the country's media and may even have triggered an earth tremor in Mexico.    
  • World Cup 2018: How the Mexicans reacted to shock win  Mexico shocked Germany as they beat the world champions in their opening game of the World Cup.    
  • 'Why my daughter wants a hysterectomy at 15'  A mother and daughter both have a severe form of premenstrual syndrome.    
  • Volkswagen Beetle: Mexico's enduring love of a classic car  Photographer Dan Giannopoulos takes a playful look at Mexico's love affair with a classic car.    
  • Serial poopers: What makes people poo in public places?  Most of us agree faeces belong in a toilet - so how do psychologists account for "phantom poopers"?    
  • Why do some job adverts put women off applying?  How using off-putting language can mean people you want to apply for a job don't bother.    
  • Vegan YouTube 'drama': 'I was falsely accused of offering online sex'  After she was targeted by another vegan YouTuber, Anna Scanlon sued for defamation.