The vice-foreign minister calls the US decision to cancel the 12 June summit "extremely regrettable".
Fifteen people are injured in Mississauga, near Toronto, after a blast at an Indian restaurant.
Exam league tables are stigmatising white working-class schools, head teachers say.
Sales of homes in England and Wales for over £1m have hit a new high. How many were sold near you?
The Hollywood mogul is expected to turn himself in on Friday on sexual misconduct charges.
Voters are deciding whether to repeal the Eighth Amendment, which effectively bans terminations.
Daniel Craig's fifth outing as the secret agent is due to be released in the UK from 25 October 2019.
The sale ends the disastrous entry into the UK retail hardware market by Australia's Wesfarmers.
The long days in Iceland mean that Muslims there have one of the longest Ramadan fasts in the world.
Tough new data protection laws come into effect on Friday, but many firms say they are not ready.
These refugees have come all the way from Syria. Now they're smuggling themselves back.
Several papers feature Donald Trump's cancellation of talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Women talk about their experiences of sexual harassment in public spaces and how they deal with it.
Your morning briefing for Friday, 25 May 2018.
Interest in coins marking the scrapped meeting soars and the White House gift shop website crashes.
7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?
Composer Ramin Djawadi will use local orchestras alongside his own soloists as he travels across Europe
Experts have suggested the 5ft creature that washed up could be a dolphin or porpoise.
Venkat Ranjan,13, won the title after almost three million students took part in the competition.
Vast troughs are identified in one of the last places to be explored on Earth - under the ice at the South Pole.
The seal named Relashio was close to death when he was rescued.
Survival depended on whether ancient 'birds' lived on the forest floor or in the branches, say scientists.
BBC coverage of latest developments
Police forces have released figures showing reports of stolen pets are on the rise.
The mother of Emile Cilliers' oldest two children tells the BBC about life with the attempted murderer.
Cheap and easy to obtain, the painkiller Tramadol has millions of Egyptians hooked on getting high.
The actress has produced an animation about the struggle faced by women living under the Taliban.
Strawberry producers say labour shortages are driving them to find robotic fruit pickers instead.
A look at some of the up-and-coming artists BBC Music Introducing is giving a leg up to.
Socotra, one of the most biologically unique places on Earth, is hit by a powerful cyclone.
How Emile Cilliers' lifetime of cheating and lies led to his eventual unveiling as a would-be murderer.
Why was the young French au pair Sophie Lionnet tortured and murdered by the couple who employed her?
One of the custom plans could cost up to £20bn a year, says HMRC.
How nerves, pressure and expectation will play their part in the Champions League final, by Liverpool’s 1984 European Cup winner Mark Lawrenson.
England's new summer begins with old failings as they are bowled out for 184 by Pakistan on day one of the first Test at Lord's.
Charles Leclerc is turning heads in his maiden F1 season, and even has two four-time champions in his corner. Andrew Benson explores his potential.
Pakistan dominate day one of the first Test at Lord's as England are bowled out for 184 before the tourists reach 50-1 at close.
Britain's Simon Yates has his overall lead cut in half after a dramatic day at the Giro d'Italia.
Jonathan Agnew reflects on some familiar England errors as the hosts are all out for 184 on day one of the first Test with Pakistan.
Lyon claim a third straight Women's Champions League title as they fight back to beat 10-player Wolfsburg in extra time.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino signs a new five-year contract with Tottenham, keeping him at the club until 2023.
For the first time a badger baiting network is infiltrated by an undercover reporter.
The Parole Board is reviewing whether to free Russell Causley, who has never revealed where his wife's body is.
Robyn Hollingworth was just 25 when she left her job in London to help care for her dad who had early-onset Alzheimer's.
One of the soldiers convicted in the Abu Ghraib scandal talks about its legacy.
Those on death row in Belarus know they will be executed but never when - and then no-one will be told.
One parent said his daughter had experienced "nothing but trouble" since joining the school.
Jack Whomes was jailed for life for the execution of three men on isolated farmland in December 1995.
Neil Richardson wrote a poem for Marion for every year of their marriage.
A murder probe was launched after Chris May went missing and his body was found three years later.
A couple in their 80s died when a vehicle transporter crossed the central reservation on the M1.
Former Apprentice contestant Simon Smith's "hilarious" Twitter thread was reported in several papers.
John Ashdown-Hill's research led to the discovery of Richard III's body in a Leicester car park.
Trespassers on an Essex level crossing have been caught on CCTV.
The brutal murder of a devout Christian remains one of Essex Police's strangest unsolved cases.
An independent report looked at 22 incidents highlighted by the East of England Ambulance Trust.
Police investigating the unsolved killing of a man who went missing almost three years ago find a body.
Police had to drag the car out of the water after the driver got stuck in the sand during a late-night beach visit.
A chimney sweep, the fire service and the RSPCA were all involved in rescuing two kittens from a drain.
Hampshire maintain their 100% start to the One-Day Cup thanks to Rilee Rossouw's century against Essex.
Gareth Roderick's unbeaten 87 helps Gloucestershire successfully chase down Essex's 287-7 to win their One-Day Cup game.
Economists warn the NHS will need an extra 4% a year - £2,000 per UK household - for the next 15 years.
Zak Bolland and David Worrall were seen buying petrol moments before the house was torched.
The Spectator columnist says he was accused of actions by MPs that were "completely untrue, just completely malicious and false".
The seal named Relashio was close to death when he was rescued.
Hayden, nine, will be Aston Villa's mascot for their Championship play-off final game on Saturday.
The BBC's Nuala McGovern speaks to Irish women about whether Ireland's abortion referendum should be a moment of change for the country.
Rob Dicken tried to enter his AstroTurf "urban garden" to be displayed at the Chelsea Flower Show.
The daughter of an ex-Russian spy poisoned in Salisbury makes her first video statement since the attack.
Photographer Mike Page has created a unique aerial archive of East Anglia from the skies.
The video updates a 1968 public information film that starred the hapless Joe and Petunia.