A Reuters-BBC Newsnight investigation into a mass migrant sinking prompts Europol to “look again”.
Director Bernardo Bertolucci attributes a row over how an actress was treated while filming Last Tango in Paris to a "misunderstanding".
A Brexit deal will need to be reached by October 2018, EU negotiator Michel Barnier says.
Denmark's Thomas Bjorn is named Europe's Ryder Cup captain for the 2018 event in Paris.
Mercedes are considering signing Fernando Alonso to replace Nico Rosberg, team boss Toto Wolff says.
A hired killer for late Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar says he was robbed in Medellin.
BBC's 100 Women is holding an international edit-a-thon to increase female biographies on Wikipedia - tell us who you want to add.
A court in Saudi Arabia sentences 15 people to death and several others to prison for spying for Iran.
Kenyan officials have said nothing about the country's "largest military defeat" at a base in Somalia.
Singapore has the highest achieving students in international education rankings, with its teenagers coming top in tests in maths, reading and science.
Former Swansea striker Lee Trundle, 40, scores an outrageously cheeky penalty during a charity game in which he scored a double hat-trick.
A South Korean military unit set up to prevent hacking appears to have been breached by the North.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve becomes PM, replacing presidential candidate Manuel Valls.
Dominic Ongwen becomes the first Lords Resistance Army commander to go on trial at the ICC.
The 21-year-old beat off competition from her sister Bella and best friend Kendall Jenner at the ceremony in London.
An off-duty sheriff's deputy dies when her car falls into a water-filled sinkhole in San Antonio.
Families loyal to Syrian President Assad celebrate as they return to Aleppo after the government retakes territory.
Pop star Lady Gaga reveals she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after being raped at 19.
The 2016 Turner Prize is won by sculptor Helen Marten, who says she will share her £25,000 winnings with her fellow nominees.
A provocative cartoon featuring a beer-swilling Aboriginal man fans a row about free speech in Australia.