News and issues making the headlines each day.
Donald Trump has vowed as president to confront and repel multiple threats facing the US.
Erdogan critic responds to coup; Trump's unlikely supporters; Olympic jousting
Mrs May said maintaining strong trading links in Europe was vital.
Commentators noticed similarities with Mrs Obama's 2008 convention speech.
The gunman, Gavin Long - an African-American - was also killed.
Truck ploughs into crowds celebrating Bastille day in Nice. Also: Obama's town hall
Boris Johnson already named as new foreign secretary.
The British PM will leave Downing Street for the final time today.
Theresa May is preparing to take over.
Renewed fighting between forces loyal to the president and to the vice-president
The protests were sparked by the deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling.
The former British Prime Minister tells the BBC it was right to go to war
Paralympic athlete gets lighter than minimum for murder. Also, UK Iraq War inquiry report
The US space agency has successfully put a new probe in orbit around Jupiter
The Iraqi government promises to improve security following weekend bomb blast
Commemorations held to mark First World War battle. Also: Self-driving Tesla car crashes
Michael Gove was prominent Brexit voice. Also, 'Future Shock' author Alvin Toffler dies
British PM faces European leaders for the first time since Britain voted to leave the EU
British Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, aims to reassure investors
Response from world financial markets, and views from Europe and beyond
Democrats demand vote on gun control. Also: Children fleeing Fallujah
Dan in Brussels ahead of British vote. Also, Indian satellites.
Russian athletes are expected to be banned from Rio Games following doping allegations