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Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell is arrested as part of a money-laundering investigation.
Ian Hopkins from Greater Manchester Police has given an update on the investigation after Monday's terror attack at the Manchester Arena.
Children among those killed by a suspected suicide bomber after a concert by US singer Ariana Grande.
Powerful stories from people who were at Manchester Arena on Monday night.
Tuesday's raid east of the capital Sanaa targeted an al-Qaeda compound, the US military says.
The US president is to hold talks with the Palestinian Authority leader in Bethlehem.
The corruption trial of Park Geun-hye is the latest stage in her dramatic fall from power.
An eyewitness tells the BBC he was blown through doors by an explosion at Manchester Arena.
As a warming climate threatens traditional food supplies in the Arctic, one rural Alaskan village is flying in hundreds of reindeer by cargo plane. James Cook went to find out why.
The US and Uganda are stopping the hunt for notorious rebel leader Joseph Kony but he is still a threat.
Briton Tom Stewart went missing in Malta a year ago, fleeing a hospital without money or a passport.
The Hollywood actress alleges she lost film roles after magazines portrayed her as a liar.
The men were found in bed together by vigilantes in a part of Indonesia which practises Islamic law.
Reports of an explosion emerged at the end of a pop concert by the US singer Ariana Grande.
Talks with eurozone ministers are expected to continue ahead of the next official meeting on 15 June.
As the internet becomes more widespread in Cuba, online start-ups are emerging. But challenges remain.
Michel Temer's lawyers say he is confident the Supreme Court will acquit him and clear his name.
Police warn people to avoid area around Manchester Arena amid reports of an "explosion".
The 22-year-old is from Mexico's Tarahumara indigenous community, known for being excellent runners.
The EU says recent policy moves by Hungary's government could conflict with EU law and values.
Yahya Jammeh, who left the country in January, has had his remaining assets frozen by a court.
Trump administration announces extension to temporary protection status of 60,000 Haitians.
The hole has formed directly in front of the golf resort, close to a newly installed water main.
Southern African nations are reeling from a two-year drought, according to the UN.
Trump denies telling Russian officials that Israel was the source of highly classified intelligence.
Turkey summons the US ambassador over "security lapses" after clashes erupted in Washington.
Mountaineers have said an iconic part of the mountain has collapsed but some locals disagree.
Former MotoGP champion Nicky Hayden dies aged 35, five days after being involved in a crash while cycling in Italy.
Cyril Hanouna's "homophobic" prank prompts a record number of viewer complaints.
He became the first sitting US president to visit the Jewish holy site after delivering Iran warning.
Crowds of Moscow pilgrims queue to see the relics of St Nicholas, sent on loan from Bari in Italy.
Footage from east Mosul, Iraq, reveals the legacy of horror left by so-called Islamic State, but also suggests some of life is returning to normal.
Trump's fired national security adviser is expected to refuse to hand over documents to Congress.
More than 4,000 animal body parts were destroyed to discourage illegal wildlife hunting and trading.
The elephant had reportedly picked up Theunis Botha with its trunk before being shot dead.
The European Union's Brexit negotiator says no deal is not an option in talks due to start on 19 June.
Operators urged to improve safety standards of their fancy dress karting tours.
The star said in Cannes she likes to make "bold" choices as if she were at the start of her career.
Grilling and microwaving are the best ways to cook the fungi, a Spanish study says.
President Trump's visit to Israel is expected to focus on reviving the Middle East peace process
Experts are warning against feeding and getting too close to wild animals after a wild sea lion pulled a young girl underwater. The girl wasn't hurt in the incident.
Ex-ambassador Boris Boillon goes on trial after €350,000 was found in his bags at a Paris station.
The group BTS beat Justin Bieber to the fan-voted Top Social Artist prize.
Find out what's buzzing in the social media world today.
The bomb blast took place on the third anniversary of the coup which brought the military to power.
Manchester's Inventid designed the SM100 solar light, which retails for $5 in African countries.
A student becomes the first in Harvard's history to submit a hip-hop album as his senior thesis.
The pair are detained on the 75th day of their protest, as 221 alleged coup plotters go on trial.
The "inconsistent" rules used to judge and censor content on Facebook are exposed, claim insiders.
Critics hail the return of David Lynch's cult TV series - though how many know what's going on?
Anshu Jamsenpa scaled Everest twice in five days, thought to be the fastest dual ascent by a woman.
The change comes as Ford faces weak sales, declining profits and major cuts to its global workforce.
Almost 250 people have died of the disease this month alone, says Save the Children.
The arrests will be seen as a sign of a growing hostility towards homosexuality in Indonesia.
Billionaire Andrew Forrest and his wife, Nicola, will give A$400m (£229m; $298m) to charity.
A look back at some of the contentious moments during the US president's trip to Saudi Arabia.
The staff shake-up marks the biggest round of cuts in two decades.
The owner thought the £10 ring with and "exceptionally sized" stone was a costume jewel.
Government officials say rebels have left the last district they controlled in the central city.
Wang Quanzhang's disappearance may be due to his "refusal to compromise"
Relatives of two hostages killed in a cafe in 2014 say authorities' tactics were "outrageous".
Feelings are heightened in South Africa over the safety of women, writes the BBC's Nomsa Maseko following a series of violent attacks against women.
With the opposition and the government at loggerheads, the crisis in Venezuela looks set to get worse.
The Scandinavians triumphed in a dramatic penalty shootout, dethroning last year's winners.
The US president will meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders as he explores a Middle East peace push.
After 146 years, the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus holds its final show in New York.
Hassan Rouhani worked hard for re-election - but he'll have to work even harder on three big issues.
Contraception wasn’t just socially groundbreaking - it also changed the professional landscape.
How strict quality control and unusual Asian toppings helped a Japanese expat build a popular pizza chain in Vietnam.
Some 500 officers took part in the operation in an area where crack cocaine has been consumed freely.
Dozens of students staged a walk-out when US Vice-President Mike Pence addressed a ceremony in Indiana.
The latest incident happened on the 50th day of demonstrations, which saw the death toll rise to 48.
The referendum result allows the government to go ahead with plans to switch to renewable energy.
World number two Novak Djokovic says Andre Agassi will be his new coach after the Serb loses in the Italian Open final to Alexander Zverev.
The suspects are believed linked to attacks on Coptic churches claimed by the Islamic State group.
President Trump calls on Muslim nations to take the lead in fighting radicalisation.
Noah Baumbach, director of The Meyerowitz Stories, tells Cannes he meant it to air in cinemas.
Look but don't touch as it tumbles down the Pulama Pali slope in Hawaii.
The Daily Show's Hassan Minhaj says minority comedians are replying with energy to the US president.
Reformists win all 21 seats in Tehran council elections, ending 14 years of conservative dominance.
The Trans-Pacific Trade deal, abandoned by the US, will go ahead, its other 11 member states agree.
Eighty-two of the Chibok girls captured by Boko Haram in 2014 have been returned to their families. The whereabouts of more than 100 girls is still unknown.
The world's highest mountain poses new hazards after the collapse of a key rocky outcrop.
Conservationists have an unusual plan for returning barren Antigua land into an eco-haven.
The new station is aiming to attract a different audience.
Twenty-four suspects were held over the alleged plot to smuggle cannabis hidden in marble tiles.
The apparent test comes only days after the UN Security Council demanded they should stop.
Vancouver students spot the Canadian PM out for a jog while snapping pictures in their formalwear.
A third woman from Finland is missing and may have been kidnapped.
A Russian man is in protective custody after a mob of Mexicans attacked him for insulting locals.
The US president is expected to soften his rhetoric on Islam in the widely anticipated address.
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A humpback whale swims into a southern California harbour and becomes trapped.
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Croatia has only 4m people, and 60,000 work for the company that owns 1,000 supermarkets.
The Nordic country's reputation for gender equality is not all it's made out to be.
How Turkey's first LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex) choir aims to help overcome homophobia.
Up to 20 US informants were killed or imprisoned in China between 2010-12, says the New York Times.
An outbreak of botulism in California is linked to cheese sauce from a family-run petrol station.
The Iranian president has been given a mandate to push through reforms, but how will hardliners react?