• Irish abortion referendum: Ireland overturns abortion ban
The Republic of Ireland votes to overturn its abortion ban with 66.4% backing reform of the constitution.
• Korean leaders meet in surprise summit
The talks happened as efforts continue to get Donald Trump's summit with Kim Jong-un back on track.
• Bale double wins cup for Real Madrid
Gareth Bale scores two goals - including a stunning overhead kick - as Real Madrid beat Liverpool to win the Champions League for the third year in a row.
• Coming home after 130 years
A family of Syrian refugees returns to the island that their great-grandparents fled 130 years ago.
• Irish abortion referendum: How it all unfolded
The Republic of Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to overturn the abortion ban by 66.4% to 33.6%.
• Migrant crisis: Smugglers 'shot escaping migrants' in Libya
People smugglers opened fire on 100 migrants trying to flee their clutches, an aid agency reports.
• France wine auction: 1774 Vin Jaune fetches record price
A bottle of Vin Jaune dating back to 1774 sells for €103,700 at auction in eastern France.
• Joshua Holt case: US citizen jailed in Venezuela on way home
Joshua Holt and his Venezuelan partner are due to visit President Trump at the White House.
• Kilauea volcano: Hawaii homes destroyed by lava
Helicopter footage shows Kilauea volcano lava destroying dozens of houses on Hawaii's Big Island.
• Sesame Street sues over violent, puppet-based Happytime Murders film
Its creators say the violent, puppet-based Happytime Murders movie violates its good name.
• Two French teenagers charged over Despacito YouTube hack
Two 18-year-olds are charged over a hack that targeted the Latin hit and other pop songs on YouTube.
• Uganda bus crash kills at least 22, including children
Children are among the dead after a bus hit a tractor that was driving at night without lights.
• Michel Platini: No criminal charges, claims ex-Uefa president
Ex-Uefa president Michel Platini says he has been told he will not face any criminal charges following a corruption investigation.
• University head quits amid gynaecology scandal
The resignation follows allegations of sexual misconduct by a university doctor and a cover-up.
• Korean leaders in ‘Hollywood’ meeting
South Korea's movie-style video shows its president meet Kim Jong-un for only the second time.
• How does your diagnosis make you feel?
Like Minds: Is your mental health diagnosis a label or a lifeline?
• 100 Women: Fatma Samoura - the most powerful woman in sport
Fatma Samoura, Fifa's first female secretary general, says she has broken the glass ceiling, by joining the male-dominated organisation.
• Cycling through Africa: Turkish Hasan Söylemez's adventure of a lifetime
Turkish journalist Hasan Söylemez is cycling across Africa asking people about their dreams.
• Week in pictures: 19 - 25 May 2018
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
• Irish abortion referendum: Why people voted how they did
A vote for Yes was pro-choice; a vote for No was anti-abortion. So how did Irish people vote, and why?
• Peru's annual Clown Day parade - in pictures
Hundreds of professional clowns march through Peru's capital, Lima, in costumes, wigs and face paint.
• 'Wolf-like' creature shot near Montana ranch puzzles experts
State wildlife experts are seeking DNA analysis to pinpoint the mysterious creature's species.
• The mysterious musician who wears a mask
The enigmatic musician surrounded by mystery - Claptone - has taken influences from jazz to rock and roll and even reggae to create his own brand of music.
• Irish abortion result a seismic shift
The vote for liberalisation marks a significant break away from the influence of the Catholic Church.
• Zhao Kangmin: The man who 'discovered' China's terracotta army
Zhao Kangmin was the first expert to identify the ancient warriors, one of China's cultural treasures.
• Harvey Weinstein: What next after first charges filed
The disgraced film mogul is charged with rape and sexual abuse after handing himself in to police.
• How to survive a parachute failure
It's rare, but some people live after plummeting thousands of feet when a parachute fails. Is there a way to make this more likely?
• Liverpool-Real Madrid: How Mo Salah fever has gripped Africa
Africans have been overcome by Mo Salah fever, ahead of the Liverpool-Real Madrid showdown.
• Is India's Congress party really running out of cash?
Or is this an attempt to position itself as a transparent organisation funded by the people?
• What will director Danny Boyle bring to James Bond?
Will it be a case of Bond, James Bond or will 007 find his Martini both shaken and stirred?
• England v Pakistan: Jos Buttler and Dom Bess give England hope at Lord's
Jos Buttler and Dom Bess both make fifties to give England a slender lead in the first Test against Pakistan at Lord's.
• Champions League final: Real Madrid v Liverpool - rate the players out of 10
Rate the players from both teams in the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool.
• Aston Villa 0-1 Fulham
Ten-man Fulham hold off Aston Villa to win the Championship play-off final and seal a return to the Premier League.
• Monaco Grand Prix: All you need to know after Red Bull's mixed day in Monte Carlo
A tale of two Red Bull drivers, controversy at Ferrari, and Porsche rumours abound. All the latest from the Monaco GP paddock.
• Giro d'Italia: Chris Froome set for victory with just final procession stage left
Chris Froome is set for a historic Giro d'Italia victory as he leads by 46 seconds with just the procession into Rome to come.
• Pint-sized TMS: England v Pakistan - England rally to hold slender lead
Jos Buttler and Dom Bess share a century partnership as England build a lead of 56 over Pakistan in the first Test at Lord's.
• The priest whose blunt billboards have gone global
Fr Rod Bower says his controversial, internet-famous church signs do what Jesus did - challenge injustice.
• Standing up to street harassment in France
Women talk about their experiences of sexual harassment in public spaces and how they deal with it.
• The Gambian village transformed by graffiti
What happened when international street artists, who normally paint murals on urban walls, headed to rural Gambia.
• Are we eating at the wrong time for our body clocks?
Is when we eat clashing with our circadian rhythms and could changing our mealtime habits boost our health?
• 'I'm 30 and live at home with my parents'
People aged 30 and over say why they are living at home with their parents.