• Cambridge Analytica: Facebook 'being investigated by FTC'
Claims that Cambridge Analytica misused Facebook users' data cause a furore and its chief is suspended.
• The Rohingya children trafficked for sex
Teenage refugee girls are being sold for sex after fleeing conflict in Myanmar, the BBC finds.
• Person injured in new Austin 'incident'
Texas police believe this is unrelated to recent package bombs in the area that killed two people.
• Ocean plastic could treble in decade
But there are opportunities to cash in on the "ocean economy", a major report for the UK government says.
• Justine Damond shooting: US policeman charged with murder
Justine Damond's death in Minneapolis caused an outcry in both the US and Australia.
• Russia election: Trump congratulates Putin over victory
US President Donald Trump says he will meet the Russian leader in the "not too distant future".
• Container ships collide in Karachi
One ship scrapes against another as it tries to manoeuvre into a berth.
• Syria war: Dozens killed as rockets hit Damascus market
Police say rebels in the besieged Eastern Ghouta region fired the rockets at a government-held area.
• US school shooting: Gunman dies after being shot in Maryland
The attacker was killed in a gunfight with a security guard after he opened fire on two students.
• Stormy Daniels and Trump: Polygraph backs affair claim
A lie test says Stormy Daniels was truthful in saying she had sex with Donald Trump, which he has denied.
• Russian diplomats leave UK amid spy row
Around 80 people, including 23 diplomats and their families, flew out of the UK on Tuesday.
• Royal wedding: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle choose cake
East London-based Californian to bake the organic lemon and elderflower creation.
• Ringo Starr receives knighthood: 'I'll wear it at breakfast'
The Beatles star is knighted by Prince William and jokes he'll wear his medal to breakfast.
• Last male northern white rhino dies in Kenya
Sudan died in a Kenyan conservancy at the age of 45, after months of ill health.
• Malta-linked Russian whistleblower surrenders to Greek police
Maria Efimova had helped the murdered Maltese anti-corruption blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia.
• French police hold ex-president Sarkozy over 'Gaddafi funding'
He is in custody for questioning over alleged campaign funding from late Libyan leader Gaddafi.
• India professor ‘melon breast’ comments spark protest
Students at a collage in the Indian state of Kerala have protested against a teacher's remarks.
• Hamburgers usurp classic baguette sandwich in France
The French order more US-style hamburgers than classic jambon-beurre sandwiches, a study suggests.
• Stunning images capture the world around us
The winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards Open competition are announced.
• Eastern Ghouta: A mother's diary of life under siege
As Syrian government forces bombard rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a mother of eight shares her experiences.
• Sarajevo’s choir that bridged the ethnic divide
Rebuilding Sarajevo after the Bosnian war through a multi-faith choir.
• Would you give a migrant your bed?
Belgians are opening their homes to migrants on their way to the UK.
• German city installs Karl Marx traffic lights
The communist thinker's home town chooses an unusual way to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.
• The drug addict who became a judge
A pioneering court in Buffalo, New York, is trying to keep drug addicts alive. It's presided by a judge who knows well the perils of abuse.
• Children on the front line of Yemen's war
Former child soldiers, a landmine survivor and an internally displaced child tell their stories.
• 'Siri, will talking ever top typing?'
The spoken web is becoming more established in the home. But will it catch on elsewhere?
• America's gun culture in 10 charts
Charts explaining some of the key statistics behind gun ownership and attacks linked to guns in the US.
• Cambridge Analytica: The data firm's global influence
The data firm facing questions over its work practices has operated all over the world.
• What are the most endangered animals in the world?
The world's last male northern white rhino has died, age 45, leaving the species "functionally extinct". What could be next?
• Teaching boys that 'real men' would stop rape
A project in Kenya is teaching boys how to intervene to stop sexual violence
• The story behind Africa's free trade dream
Africa is hoping to agree a free trade deal encompassing the whole continent - but can it be done?
• Fake profiles boosted Brazilian ex-president Dilma
Fake social media accounts and blogs were used to back the candidacy of Dilma Rouseff.
• Xi Jinping: How China's president got ahead, in hats
The story of China's parliament told in hats - and the shock that had some analysts eating theirs.
• Is leaving Facebook the only way to protect your data?
What can users do to gain back control of their data or limit how much is shared?
• Would you eat chicken grown in a lab?
The sci-fi food of the future could change the way we eat forever, and it is going to be up to food designers to convince us it's not just an acquired taste.
• Luke Shaw: Ashley Young says Man Utd team-mate can be 'one of the best in the world'
Manchester United defender Luke Shaw can be "one of the best in the world", according to team-mate Ashley Young.
• Serena Williams: Mandy Minella says players 'not punished' for having children
Serena Williams' comeback should not result in a change to the seeding rules after maternity leave, says Mandy Minella.
• New Zealand v England: Ben Stokes' return is a 'huge boost', says Joe Root
Ben Stokes' return to England's Test team will give a "huge boost" to the side, says captain Joe Root.
• Jean Meneses commits blatant dive in in Chile Primera Division game
Universidad de Concepcion forward Jean Meneses pulls off a blatant dive in the Chilean Primera Division to win his side a late penalty in a 2-1 victory over Colo Colo.
• Heather Watson: British number two knocked out of Miami Open
Britain's Heather Watson is knocked out of the Miami Open in the first round with a straight-set defeat by Beatriz Haddad Maia.
• Rugby World Cup 2019: Spain lodge formal complaint after Belgium defeat
The Spanish Rugby Federation has lodged a formal complaint to World Rugby and Rugby Europe after the national team's defeat by Belgium.
• Who were my parents - and why was I left on a hillside to die?
In 1937 a nine-month-old girl was found hidden in a bush on the South Downs, with her hands tied. She has always wanted to know why.
• Where are the UK's youngest and oldest city populations?
Cities are often thought of as places for the young, but that's not always the case.
• In Syria's Eastern Ghouta, a doctor's battle: 'We will stay until the end'
As the Syrian government tightens its noose around the enclave, medical staff describe working in "hell on earth".
• Child sexual exploitation: How the system failed
Grooming, rape and trafficking are just some of the ways children in the UK are being sexually exploited.