Ireland should recover up to €13bn (£11bn) from Apple in back taxes, the European Commission rules.
The chief executive of troubled Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, Katrina Percy, resigns over "media attention".
Actor and director Mel Brooks leads an outpouring of tributes from entertainment figures to actor Gene Wilder, who has died aged 83.
Twins Rosie and Ruby Formosa, who were born conjoined and had an operation to separate them, are preparing to start school.
A British backpacker who was injured trying to save a fellow traveller as she was stabbed to death in Australia has died, police say.
The mother of a little girl who was kidnapped from a Primark store says she forgives the two teenagers who took her.
About 6,500 migrants are rescued in a series of 40 co-ordinated operations off the coast of Libya, the Italian coast guard says.
More than 27,000 people suspected of illegally entering the UK have been arrested over the past three years, official figures obtained by the BBC show.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd is due to meet her French counterpart in Paris later, amid calls for British border controls in Calais to be reviewed.
Almost a third of patients in England and Wales are being given the wrong initial diagnosis after a heart attack - with women having a far higher chance of being affected, a study suggests.
An Aboriginal mother has posted photos of her daughter dressed in 'whiteface' to highlight the "double standards" inflaming racial debates in Australia.
Is the real reason Taylor Swift wasn't at the MTV Video Music Awards because she was called up for jury duty in Nashville?
The BBC's Nick Higham looks back at the career of actor Gene Wilder, who has died at the age of 83.
Laura Lanuza, from charity Proactiva Open Arms, describes the scene as thousands of migrants were rescued from boats near the Libyan coast.
Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea says meeting Koko the gorilla was an experience he will never forget.
South Africa has the highest reported rate of babies born with foetal alcohol syndrome - Nomsa Maseko reports from the Western Cape.
At least 60 people are now known to have been killed in Yemen by a suicide bomber, who drove a car into a military building in the city of Aden.
A guide to how Apple could be ordered to pay billions of euros in back taxes.
The BBC's Nick Bryant speaks to voters in Ohio, one of nine key US battleground states in the US presidential election.
A prototype racing car, testing self-driving technology for the forthcoming Roborace contest, takes a lap around Donington Park's circuit.
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While covering a Donald Trump rally, BBC reporter Rajini Vaidyanathan received a barrage of online abuse, some of it racist. Here she explains what happened, and how it sheds light on an ugly side to the US Presidential race.
Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's decision to defend herself may have been about making a grand exit, writes BBC Brasil's Julia Carneiro.
Germany's economy minister claims that talks about the TTIP trade deal have failed highlight the uphill battle that negotiators are facing.
Wild-eyed star who became one of Hollywood's top comedy talents.
Scientists investigating whether we have entered a new geological age are seeking a suitable "spike" in the environmental record that betrays significant human influence.
Your questions answered on the impeachment proceedings against Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff.
As American Football player Colin Kaepernick attracts criticism for refusing to stand for the US national anthem, what is the etiquette surrounding playing the national anthem and displaying the flag?
Militants of so-called Islamic State are on the verge of being ousted completely from their stronghold in Libya’s central coastal city of Sirte.
A UK "showdown" with France over asylum proposals, the death of "Willy Wonka" star Gene Wilder and a health warning over vaping feature in the papers.
Scores of historic sites in Bagan - some there since the 10th Century - were badly damaged by the 6.8-magnitude earthquake that struck central Myanmar on Wednesday.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Amateur rocket enthusiasts have gathered in Scotland to mark 30 years of aiming for the skies.
Aerial shots reveal the devastation in Amatrice following Wednesday's earthquake which killed at least 247 people in central Italy.
Images from before and after an earthquake struck central Italy show the huge scale of the disaster.
Arsenal are willing to let England midfielder Jack Wilshere go out on loan to get first-team football.
Kyle Edmund upsets 13th seed Richard Gasquet and fellow Briton Johanna Konta beats Bethanie Mattek-Sands at the US Open.
England are short of perfection despite going unbeaten in limited-overs cricket this summer, Liam Plunkett says before the third ODI with Pakistan.
Travellers fled Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on Sunday in the latest case of panic at US airports. Are people getting jumpier about attacks?
The Paralympics start on 7 September. Here are 10 things you should know ahead of the Games.
The tenants placed miles away from home by councils looking for lower-cost social housing solutions.
Can an algorithm turn you into an efficient sock-sorting machine?
Thirty years ago, India discovered the dreaded HIV virus had reached its shores when blood samples from six sex workers tested positive.
After a year of asking CEOs to reveal their advice for success, BBC News looks at the role of gender in business mentoring.
The latest assistive technologies are enabling people with disabilities to be more active and compete at the highest level.
Street skills are being translated into use in the corporate world with the help of a course teaching "the legal hustle".
Uganda's government is being accused of caring more about gorilla tourism than Batwa pygmies, write Tommy Trenchard and Aurelie Marrier d'Unienville.
Joining the crowds for the Grand Finale parade during the 50th anniversary of the Notting Hill Carnival.