Junior doctors in England suspend a series of five-day strikes over the next three months, the British Medical Association announces, following concerns over patient safety,
Police in Charlotte, North Carolina, release officer bodycam and dashcam footage of a controversial shooting of a black man last week.
Cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins tells the BBC he was not trying to gain an unfair advantage from being allowed to use a banned steroid before major races.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive in Canada for their first royal tour with both of their children.
A suspect sought over a deadly gun attack at a shopping centre in Washington State has been captured, police say.
Jeremy Corbyn promises to "wipe the slate clean" and bring Labour together after he is re-elected as leader, defeating Owen Smith.
Police investigating claims that Pippa Middleton's iCloud account was hacked arrest a 35-year-old man in Northamptonshire.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon is "appalled by the chilling military escalation" in the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo, with the UN Security Council due to meet.
TV presenter Zoe Ball and husband DJ Norman Cook - better known as Fatboy Slim - announce their separation after 18 years together.
French President Francois Hollande says he intends to close the "Jungle" camp in Calais and move 9,000 migrants to reception centres across France.
A body of a young male has been recovered from a river in Stapleford outside Nottingham, following reports of a 14-year-old boy going missing in the water.
Three people are arrested over the death of a Czech man following an altercation at a fried chicken shop in east London.
Re-elected leader Jeremy Corbyn tells BBC political editor about uniting the Labour Party.
Police in Charlotte, North Carolina, have released officer bodycam and dashcam footage of a controversial shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.
President Obama has opened the Smithsonian Institution's first national museum about African-American history in Washington DC.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit western Canada starting on Saturday. But how well do Canadians know the other members of the royal family?
A hedgehog officer explains how to help hedgehogs in your garden
A new photography exhibition explores how black men have historically used fashion as a political statement.
A Lake District farm has become an unlikely tourist attraction because of its bright orange sheep.
US police searching for a gunman who shot four women dead at a mall in Burlington, Washington State, warn people to stay indoors until he is caught.
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Katty Kay explains how presidential candidates prepare for live debates
What next for allies and opponents of Jeremy Corbyn now he has been re-elected as Labour leader?
Why is the break-up of a celebrity couple who we have never met so important to so many people?
The government is to outline its plans to strengthen collaborative research between the UK and China.
Great - and not so great - moments in US debate history
Many stay-at-home parents have no proper pension provision - so what can they do to maximise their retirement savings?
As unrest continues over the police killing of a black man in North Carolina, we ask why body police camera footage is not released.
Ahmad Khan Rahami has been charged over the explosion in New York City following a police shootout. Here's what police are alleging about Mr Rahami.
The dynamic between David Cameron and Theresa May and the fall-out following Jeremy Corbyn's victory in the Labour leadership election make some of Sunday's front pages.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "dance".
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Indian photographer Ronny Sen is awarded the second annual Getty Images Instagram grant for his work on a coal town in India where underground fires have burned for more than 100 years.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Winners of the Royal Society Publishing photography competition.
Anthony Crolla loses his WBA lightweight title to Venezuelan Jorge Linares in a gruelling fight at Manchester Arena.
Arsenal produce a devastating first-half display to dismantle Chelsea and secure a fourth successive Premier League win.
Sergio Aguero scores twice as Manchester City beat Swansea to maintain their winning start to their Premier League campaign.
Rory McIlroy is two shots behind joint leaders Dustin Johnson and Kevin Chappell after three rounds of the Tour Championship.
Nedra Bonds explains what motivated her to turn the family tradition of quilting into a platform for political protest.
A look at some of the events in the world of entertainment and arts over the past week, including the Emmy Awards, the Mobo nominations and the unveiling of a new Winnie-The-Pooh character.
Stories you may have missed in the past seven days.
Levi Roots, the food entrepreneur famous for his sauce, offers the business advice he wishes he had been given when he started out.
France is planning a string rehabilitation centres to combat extremism. But the first to open is already proving controversial.
When 15-year-old Waheed Arian arrived in the UK from 1990s Afghanistan, he was told he would probably become a taxi driver. Some years later, he started a degree at the University of Cambridge and has now set up a scheme where British doctors advise medics in Kabul via Skype.
Ethiopian prince Lij Iyasu was deposed after fears he had converted to Islam. But it also put an end to the threat of Ethiopia entering into World War One, writes Martin Plaut.
President Barack Obama has created the first underwater national monument off the US east coast, protecting a vast ecosystem of canyons and extinct volcanoes. It is home to thousands of rare species, but is also a source of controversy.
A profile of Jeremy Corbyn - the radical left wing MP who has now seen off a challenge to his leadership of the Labour Party.