• Trump vows to 'close government' to build Mexico wall
The US president also takes aim at the media during a rally for his supporters in Arizona.
• US Afghanistan: Tillerson ups pressure on Pakistan
The US urges Pakistan to stop sheltering Taliban forces amid a new US pledge to support Afghanistan.
• US hits Chinese and Russian firms over North Korea
Ten companies and six individuals in Russia and China are subject to a new round of US sanctions.
• The man who wants to sell rhino horns
Rhino breeder John Hume says open trade is the only way to raise funds for the species and stop poaching.
• Teenager arrested for dancing Macarena on Saudi street
A 14-year-old is arrested in Saudi Arabia after a clip of him dancing in the street went viral.
• Prince Harry 'very glad' to walk behind Diana's coffin
The prince previously said walking behind her coffin was something no child "should be asked to do".
• Barcelona attack: Suspects 'planned to hit key monuments'
The Sagrada Familia cathedral was among the targets, a suspect tells a preliminary hearing in Madrid.
• Bulldozer rampage: Australian man guilty of endangering lives
A man is found guilty of endangering a family after destroying four cars, a boat and a house.
• Kim Wall: Unidentified torso 'deliberately mutilated'
Danish police say they do not yet know if the torso belongs to missing journalist Kim Wall.
• Philippines drug war: Manila bells ring out against drug killings
Churches in Cubao will ring their bells to protest against the drug war for five minutes every night.
• No 'direct jurisdiction' for EU court after Brexit, say ministers
Ministers say the European Court of Justice is not needed to police UK-EU relations after Brexit.
• Great Wall Motor dampens Fiat bid speculation
The Chinese automaker says it has not spoken with Fiat Chrysler over a possible acquisition.
• Venezuela seeks arrest warrant for prosecutor
Luisa Ortega has gone to Brazil and is expected to seek asylum in the US.
• Marcellus Williams: Missouri governor stays execution
Marcellus Williams's conviction is to be reviewed, as his lawyers say DNA points to another man.
• Sierra Leone mudslide: How survivors lost everything
Five survivors of Sierra Leone mudslide give harrowing accounts of their loss and how they escaped death.
• Has Harry Potter cursed Indonesia's owls?
Conservationists say owls are taken as babies from their nests, then sold to Harry Potter enthusiasts.
• Brooklyn's Photoville festival
Brooklyn's Photoville festival features more than 75 exhibitions. Here is a selection of images in the exhibition.
• The solar eclipse pictures you have to see
The best pictures and moments from a day when millions in North America gazed upwards in wonder.
• Ferguson reflects on US race relations
Three years after Michael Brown's death, Ferguson residents say the events in Charlottesville didn't surprise them.
• 'I helped build the world’s longest tunnel'
In July 1965 an 11km tunnel deep beneath the Alps was opened to traffic.
• How 'Brit hero' helped Las Ramblas child victim
Tourist Harry Athwal rushed to help a child hurt in the Barcelona attack.
• Australian zoo welcomes rare white koala
Australia Zoo has asked the public to name a white koala joey.
• What price would you put on a passport?
Amar Al-Sadi and her family escaped war-torn Yemen and are among thousands who have bought Maltese passports.
• Witnessing Yemen's desperate suffering
Nawal al-Maghafi meets Yemenis struggling to survive severe food and medical shortages caused by war.
• Viewpoint: Why the US should withdraw from Afghanistan
President Trump made the wrong decision, says Professor Andrew Bacevich of Boston University.
• Pet acupuncture: Would you try this alternative treatment?
Thousands of vets now use the controversial method, which advocates say can aid chronic ailments.
• The Bollywood blockbuster being filmed in Yorkshire
More Indian films are shooting in the UK - including one starring Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar.
• Reality check: What is the European Court of Justice?
The European Court of Justice is expected to loom large in UK-EU talks. But why is it so important?
• How throwing stones became a work of art
What started as a whim seven years ago has become a major project for a London-based photographer.
• Women's Rugby World Cup: England 20-3 France
World champions England will defend their title against New Zealand after battling past France in a tense encounter to reach the final.
• Floyd Mayweather v Conor McGregor: Chaos at media event in Las Vegas
Conor McGregor says he will remain "calm and cold" when he faces Floyd Mayweather on Saturday amid chaotic scenes at the first media event of fight week.
• Wayne Rooney: Everton forward 'under-appreciated', says Gary Lineker
Wayne Rooney is "under-appreciated" despite being one of the 10 best British players ever, says former England striker Gary Lineker.
• Astana 4-3 Celtic (agg 4-8)
Celtic complete an 8-4 aggregate win over Astana to reach the Champions League group stage, despite losing in Kazakhstan.
• T20 Blast: Shahid Afridi hits 42-ball century as Hampshire thump Derbyshire
Shahid Afridi's 42-ball century helps Hampshire reach their seventh T20 Finals Day in eight years as they thump Derbyshire.
• EFL Cup: 274 changes across 19 ties - has the competition been 'devalued'?
There were 274 changes made by teams across 19 ties in Tuesday's second round EFL Cup ties, a move described as "devaluing" the competition.