• Syria 'chemical' attack: Experts finally visit Douma site  International experts make a much-delayed examination of the site of a suspected attack in Douma.    
  • Armenia leader intervenes in protest against predecessor  Armenia's president walks into a crowd of protesters to try to defuse a crisis about his predecessor.    
  • Austin Powers actor Verne Troyer dies aged 49  The actor, who also appeared on a number of TV shows, was admitted to hospital earlier this month.    
  • The Queen celebrates her 92nd birthday  Shaggy, Kylie, Frank Skinner, and Ed Balls help Her Majesty celebrate at the Royal Albert Hall.    
  • Nicaraguan authorities call for peace after deadly protests  President Ortega says he could review pension reforms, but business leaders refuse to join talks.    
  • Thousands gather in Stockholm for Avicii  Thousands gathered in the city's Sergels Torg plaza to remember the Swedish musician, who died on Friday.    
  • North Korea missile and nuclear test halt hailed  North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's announcement is welcomed by world powers, ahead of key summits.    
  • India introduces death penalty for child rapists  The change to the penal code comes amid nationwide outrage over high-profile cases of child rape.    
  • Palestinian lecturer and Hamas member killed in Malaysia  Malaysian officials say the suspects are believed to have links to a foreign intelligence service.    
  • Barbara Bush funeral: 1,500 pay tribute to former first lady  President Trump did not join four ex-presidents at the former first lady's service in Texas.    
  • Mia Khalifa filmed a porn scene where she was wearing a hijab.  Former porn star Mia Khalifa says she received abuse after she filmed a porn scene wearing a hijab.    
  • Barcelona win Copa del Rey  Barcelona turn on the style to hammer Sevilla and win the Copa del Rey for the fourth successive season.    
  • Rare brown bear dies in Italy capture operation  The endangered animal died in Italy during an attempt to fit him with a collar to track movements.    
  • UN Security Council seeks to heal Syria divisions in Sweden  Members of the Security Council seek to heal divisions over Syria during a meeting in Sweden.    
  • Pakistan's Ziarat: An ancient juniper forest and its living fossils  Mature trees at Ziarat in Balochistan are often thousands of years old, but many end up as firewood.    
  • Is 'bisexual lighting' a new cinematic phenomenon?  Is the lighting technique really about representing bisexual characters?    
  • Nasa engineer: Three facts about landing on Mars  A Nasa flight analyst explains three things you need to know about going to Mars.    
  • Readers' pictures on the theme of 'holes'  Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "holes".    
  • Syria 'chemical' attack: Douma's warren of war tunnels revealed  Photographers have visited the network of tunnels used to move about Douma when it was under fire.    
  • The best and worst space films, according to Nasa  The best and worst space films, according to Nasa    
  • 'Remember my life, not the money I made'  Swedish DJ Avicii, one of the world's biggest electronic dance music stars, has died in Oman aged 28.    
  • How leisure time is changing for North Korea's privileged  The way Pyongyang's middle-class enjoy themselves is changing, but rural areas continue to miss out.    
  • The vetting files: How the BBC kept out ‘subversives’  For decades the BBC denied job applicants were vetted by MI5 - but vetting continued at the corporation until the 1990s.    
  • Crossing Divides: Why it's good to have friends who aren't 'just like us'  Why mixing only with people who are similar to us means we could be missing out.    
  • How a faecal transplant could save your life  Patient's lives are being saved by poo, but how far can microbial medicine go?    
  • 'The largest foreign bribery case in history'  Brazil's Odebrecht scandal is one of the biggest corporate corruption cases in history.    
  • Salisbury attack: Russian TV's claims about poisoning  What happened in Salisbury has been disputed by Russian journalists.    
  • The master blender who is Scotch whisky's First Lady  Rachel Barrie is a rarity in the world of Scotch whisky - a female master blender.    
  • Is marathon running bad for you?  Some 40,000 runners are due to take part in the London Marathon, but are those 26.2 miles doing us harm?    
  • Manchester United 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur  Manchester United reach a record-equalling 20th FA Cup final with victory over Tottenham at Wembley.    
  • Sunderland 1-2 Burton Albion  Sunderland are relegated from the Championship after Burton Albion fight back to win 2-1 in a game of late drama.    
  • Carl Frampton beats Nonito Donaire to win WBO interim featherweight title  Carl Frampton secures the WBO interim featherweight title with a classy points win over former four-weight world champion Nonito Donaire.    
  • World Snooker Championship 2018: Mark Selby beaten by Joe Perry in first round  Defending champion Mark Selby is knocked out in the first round of the World Championship after a shock 10-4 defeat by Joe Perry.    
  • FA Cup: Manchester United 2-1 Tottenham highlights  Watch highlights as Manchester United reach a record-equalling 20th FA Cup final with victory over Tottenham at Wembley.    
  • Amir Khan knocks out Phil lo Greco in 40 seconds  Amir Khan's return to the ring lasts less than a minute as he knocks out Phil lo Greco in 40 seconds in Liverpool.    
  • The holiday village run by spies  An idyllic holiday resort on the banks of the Red Sea was a base for Israeli spies with a secret mission.    
  • Obituary: Barbara Bush - former US First Lady and literacy campaigner  The former US First Lady never accepted a passive role, and campaigned for social justice.    
  • ‘I was a teacher for 17 years, but I couldn’t read or write’  John Corcoran graduated from university and became a teacher for 17 years - but he had an extraordinary secret.    
  • Susan Kigula: The woman who freed herself and hundreds from death row  How death row prisoner Susan Kigula studied law and changed Uganda's legal system.    
  • Secret world: The women in the UK who cannot report sexual abuse  When powerful women began talking about their experience of sexual abuse, it had an effect on some of the most powerless women in the UK.    
  • Americans going abroad for illegal heroin treatment  Opioid addicts are turning to a clinic in Mexico to break their addiction with a treatment that's illegal in the US.