Two of the prime minister's senior colleagues tell David Cameron to accept the government has failed to deliver its manifesto pledge to reduce migration.
Nineteen people are rescued from an inflatable boat off the coast of Dymchurch in Kent after it began taking on water.
Zoo officials shoot dead a gorilla after it grabbed a four-year-old boy who fell into its enclosure in the US city of Cincinnati.
The French and German leaders are to mark the 100th anniversary of Verdun, the longest battle of World War One - and one of its most brutal.
Iraqi government forces make gains in their offensive to drive Islamic State militants from Falluja - one the country's two major cities in IS hands.
Real Madrid are crowned champions of Europe for the 11th time after defeating Atletico Madrid in a penalty shootout.
A Chinese firm apologises over a now notorious advert in which a black man is stuffed into a washing machine and emerges a light-skinned Asian.
The NHS could save millions of pounds if families and doctors were offered mediation when they disagreed on a treatment, a leading consultant says.
Lightning strikes in France, Germany and Poland cause death and serious injuries, with the victims including children at a birthday party in a Paris park.
After a secret German WW2 code machine is found on eBay, the National Museum of Computing is asking people to search for its motor.
A flotilla of EU ships rescue more than 600 migrants from smugglers' boats off Libya, bringing the weekly total to at least 13,000.
Firms should be flexible with staffing during the Euro 2016 football tournament, which begins on 10 June, the conciliation service Acas says.
Iraqi government forces have made some gains in their efforts to retake Falluja, which is under the control of so-called Islamic State militants.
Zoo officials have shot dead a gorilla after a four-year-old boy fell into its enclosure in the US city of Cincinnati.
France is commemorating the 100th anniversary of The Battle of Verdun, World War One's longest battle.
Lightning strikes have caused serious injuries to several people, at a park in Paris, and a football match in Germany.
An onboard camera has captured the successful landing of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, returning from space after launching an Asian communications satellite.
A German opposition leader, Sahra Wagenknecht, has a chocolate cake shoved in her face in an apparent protest over her stance on migrants.
Some of the first paying passengers on the world's biggest cruise ship have described it as "a construction site" and a "serious risk to those on board".
The centenary of the Battle of Jutland is being commemorated in Rosyth and South Queensferry.
The EU referendum debate dominates the Sunday papers, with the new plastic banknote and some rather odd health advice also in the news.
Deputy political editor John Pienaar considers the tensions between rival factions in the Conservative Party over Europe.
The site of the longest battle of World War One, Verdun has become a symbol of European reconciliation, says Hugh Schofield.
Was Western invasion in 2003 responsible for what is now happening?
Q&A on the effect on Britons travelling in France following industrial action being taken by French workers, who are blockading oil refineries as part of their dispute.
Novak Djokovic says cancelling the Rio Olympic Games over concerns regarding the Zika virus would be "unthinkable".
Ricky Burns becomes the third Briton to win world titles at three weights, beating Michele Di Rocco by stoppage in Glasgow.
Steve Bruce will "have to be given certain assurances" from promoted Hull City's owners if he is to remain as manager.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton admits it is tough to deal with the run of technical problems that have hit him this year.
The German airline, Lufthansa, says it will suspend flights to Venezuela from next month due to growing economic difficulties in the country.
Independent energy companies want consumers to be able to see all available tariffs when using price comparison websites.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will press for more concerted action on the war-torn countries of Syria and Yemen during a tour of the Gulf states.
It would be a "very dangerous experiment" for the UK to give Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn power, former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair warns.
Mental health services turned away more than a quarter of children referred for support without help in England in 2015, a report says.
The World Health Organization plays down concerns that the Rio Olympics will spread the Zika virus, amid calls for the Games to be postponed.
The system of inquiries into child deaths in England where neglect or abuse is suspected will be overhauled, says the government
Cambridge University will remain affiliated to the National Union of students after a referendum of students rejected a motion to leave.
Mobile service provider Three confirms it will block advertising on its network for a day-long trial in June.
Sainsbury's is trialling new food-cooling technologies that promise to be more eco-friendly than current alternatives.
Piecing together the bare bones of a sea reptile that swam at the time of the dinosaurs.
Researchers invent a DNA "tape recorder" that can trace the family history of every cell in a body.
Army bandsman Richard Jones wins the final of this year's Britain's Got Talent, after his magic act impressed the judges and won the votes of the viewers.
Pamela Butchart's My Head Teacher Is a Vampire Rat, illustrated by Thomas Flintham, has won this year's Children's Book Award.
Celena and her partner Pete separated for 10 weeks to break their bad habits and lose weight.
More than 40 years after the end of the Vietnam war dozens of ageing former American soldiers have gone back - and have succeeded in finding peace.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
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Portraits of India's struggling folk theatre artists
Venerating England's saintly relics
The opium growers with the police on their side
Alma telescope peers into space from Chile
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