Twenty years after a 16-year-old boy vanished on a night out in Cowes on the Isle of Wight, the BBC has spent months reinvestigating the case.
A failed Syrian asylum seeker blows himself up and injures 12 other people with a backpack bomb near a festival in the south German town of Ansbach.
Two people are killed and up to 16 more injured after a shooting at a nightclub in the Florida city of Fort Myers, police report.
Prince Harry says he regrets that he did not speak about the death of his mother, Princess Diana, until three years ago.
Sir Philip Green and others who "got rich" from BHS are blamed for the retailer's collapse in what MPs called the "unacceptable face of capitalism".
A man is shot dead and at least two people are "seriously injured" at a house party in Surrey.
UK betting firm William Hill is approached by rival gambling companies 888 and Rank Group about a merger.
A man and woman arrested after a five-year-old boy died at a water park have been released on bail, police say.
A 16-year-old Afghan friend of David Ali Sonboly, who killed nine people on Friday, is arrested on suspicion of failing to report the attacker's plans.
US Democratic Party chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz says she will resign as a row over leaked emails threatens efforts for party unity behind Hillary Clinton.
Shares in Japanese gaming giant Nintendo fall sharply as the firm says the success of Pokemon Go will only have a limited impact on its earnings.
A teenage girl who was arrested at school over claims of bullying describes her treatment by police as a "nightmare".
British number one Johanna Konta beats seven-time Grand Slam champion Venus Williams to win her first WTA title in California.
Prince Harry hosts an event for the mental health charity, Heads Together, attended by sports stars including Rio Ferdinand and Kelly Holmes.
Fast-moving wildfires force hundreds of people to leave their homes in mountains north of Los Angeles, California.
Ollie Burridge tells the BBC he and his family were stuck in traffic for sixteen hours waiting to board a ferry at Dover.
Model, actor and entrepreneur Lily Cole offers the business advice she wishes she had been given before she started out, for the BBC News series CEO Secrets.
A man is arrested after trying to grab the Olympic Torch in Sao Paolo, as the flame makes its way towards Rio de Janeiro for the opening of the 2016 Games.
Chris Froome is set to become the first Briton to win three Tour de France titles. Rob Hatch, Rob Hayles, OJ Borg, and a few fans explain what makes him so good.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton formally introduces her presidential running mate, Virginia Senator Tim Kaine.
Double Olympic champion Mo Farah wins the 5,000m at the Anniversary Games in London with the quickest time in the world this year.
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A Chinese man who first made his fortune selling bamboo hopes to invest £1bn ($1.3bn) to "transform" the UK steel city of Sheffield.
Who were the victims of the mass shooting in Munich carried out by David Ali Sonboly?
BBC Newsnight's Nicholas Watt tells the inside story of how the Leave campaign won the EU referendum.
Hillary Clinton has chosen Virginia Senator Tim Kaine as her vice-presidential running mate in her bid for the White House.
Chris Froome's Tour de France "glory" vies with a "damning" verdict on former BHS boss Sir Philip Green for top billing in Monday's papers.
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A selection of some of the shortlisted images in this year's EyeEm Awards.
Photographer Terence Donovan helped shape the look of a generation and redefined British photography in the Swinging Sixties.
The World Anti-Doping Agency is "disappointed" its recommendation to ban Russia from the Olympics has been rejected.
Whether your children are problems or prodigies, is it damaging to your career to talk about them too much in the workplace?
How Gerry Cottle Jr went from being a trapeze artist in his dad's circus to setting up a popular rooftop cinema business.
The media is full of reports saying that Pokemon Go was downloaded 15 million times in its first week in the US, and is the biggest mobile game in history, but how reliable are these figures?
A robot which is learning how to move through pedestrian environments is being developed by Stanford University
Chris Froome wins two stages, survives crashes, runs up Mont Ventoux and sees five other British stage wins in a historic 2016 race.
As motorists continue to face a long wait on their journey through Kent, how have people coped with being stuck in their cars for hours.
Donald Trump says America is in a "moment of crisis". Why it is to his advantage to convince voters that this is so.
After several more schools were set alight in Kenya, pupils, parents and officials tell the BBC what they think is behind the arson.
As the Indian kitchen has moved up from the ground to a waist-high counter, the food cooked has also changed, writes Amita Baviskar