Around the world
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un says there is no more need for nuclear or missile tests, state media says.
Documents filed in a lawsuit allege that Mr Trump's 2016 campaign "gleefully accepted" Russian help.
In the UK
Commonwealth leaders agree that the Prince of Wales will be the next head of the organisation.
A man wanted over the Hither Green break-in where an intruder was killed is held by police.
But the BBC understands the UK's plans have come in for sustained criticism from EU officials.
Former Labour home secretary says the "administrative decision" was made by UK Border Agency officials.
Families lose legal challenge to government over limiting some benefits to first two children.
Citizens Advice says hundreds of thousands of UK families cannot afford to put money in their meters.
The patient had a lucky escape say doctors, but now two more cases have been discovered.
This London Marathon may break the record for the hottest yet, so how do you run in the heat?
The gender gap in science subjects like physics is likely to persist for hundreds of years, study suggests.
The new director-general of the National Trust says the charity needs to reach out to people in urban areas.
The media regulator says launching more local TV stations in the UK is not viable.
Organisations have just seven weeks to prepare for a major shake-up to EU data privacy laws.
One of the world's biggest dance music stars has died in Oman, his representatives say.
The singer made history as the first black woman to headline Coachella.