An international tribunal has ordered Russia to release Ukrainian sailors seized in 2018
Russia ordered to release Ukrainian sailors
More join the race to lead the UK
More British MPs have joined the race to replace outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May
European elections - large turnout
Special edition on the biggest transnational exercise in democracy
European elections - polls close
Special edition on the biggest transnational exercise in democracy.
Increased support for populists in European elections
Populist parties top the polls in France, Italy and the UK in the European elections
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
Europe's biggest blocs lose grip on power
Major centrist parties suffer big losses in EU elections
Sudanese rebel leader returns to Khartoum
Sudan protesters begin two-day strike to pressure military
‘Unfolding humanitarian disaster’ in Idlib
Hospitals being deliberately targeted by Syrian regime forces, claims UN
Arrest warrant issued for Myanmar hardline monk
Ashin Wirathu is known for his anti-Islam rhetoric
Robert Mueller breaks silence
Author of Mueller report addresses media
Seven dead as Hungary tour boat capsizes
Seven South Korean tourists have died after a tour boat collided with another vessel
Gulf nations meet to discuss Iran
Saudi Arabia convenes an emergency meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council in Mecca.
Trump announces tariffs on Mexico over illegal immigration
US President Trump announces tariffs on Mexican goods, citing immigration concerns
US tariffs: Mexico responds
After threatening punitive tariffs, the US offers to help Mexico tackle illegal migrants
Trump administration steps up economic fights
The US has been increasing economic pressures on its geopolitical rivals.
New El Salvador president sworn in
Nayib Bukele, former mayor of country’s capital becomes president
Beijing says China's ready for a trade war with the US
China is preparing to retaliate further as trade tensions with the US worsen
Pompeo: US prepared to talk to Iran with 'no preconditions'
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says US willing to talk to Iran without preconditions
President Trump arrives in the UK for state visit
US President Donald Trump has met the Queen at Buckingham Palace
Queen Elizabeth hosts President Trump during state visit
Britain's royal family hosts President Donald Trump at the start of a three-day visit
China: tight security surrounds Tiananmen anniversary
Thirty years on, a student protest leader recalls the tanks rolling into Tiananmen Square
China silent as world remembers Tiananmen crackdown
Worldwide tributes mark 30 years since Tiananmen crackdown as China bans all mention
Sudan: death toll from crackdown ‘rises to 100’
Bodies are still being discovered after an attack on pro-democracy protests
Bodies are still being discovered after an attack on pro-democracy protests.
The 75th anniversary of D-Day
The Queen, world leaders and veterans pay tribute to the heroism and sacrifice of D-Day
Sudanese civilians describe ‘random’ violence
Sudanese militia accused of beating and threatening civilians
African Union suspends Sudan after deadly violence
African Union has suspended Sudan over the violent clampdown on protesters
Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed begins mediation talks in Sudan
Ethiopia's prime minister meets Sudan's transitional military council in Khartoum
US and Mexico closer to border deal
Mexico tries to reach a migration agreement with the US to avert punitive trade tariffs
US-Mexico talks: Agreement to avoid tariffs reached, says Trump
Mexico agrees to help stem the flow of migrants to the US in order to avoid trade tariffs
Russian investigative journalist under house arrest
Russian police charge journalist with drug dealing
Hundreds of thousands protest in Hong Kong
People are marching in Hong Kong against a proposed extradition law
Hong Kong protests end in violence
Huge crowds march against bill allowing extradition to China
Six guilty of 8-year-old's rape and murder
Six Hindu men have been convicted for the rape, torture and murder of an 8-year-old girl
Life sentences for Indian men who raped and murdered Muslim girl
The Hindu men were convicted of raping and murdering an 8 year old girl in northern India
Oxfam criticised over Haiti sex claims
UK Charity Commission criticises Oxfam over sex allegations against its staff in Haiti
Charity Oxfam criticised over sexual misconduct claims
Regulatory body criticises the way the charity handled claims of sexual misconduct
Could Iran-Japan talks lead to a Trump summit?
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe heads to Tehran to discuss sanctions and tensions with the West
Hong Kong leader criticises 'organised riots'
Leader Carrie Lam criticises protests against proposed bill allowing extradition to China
Explosions hit two tankers in Gulf of Oman
Two tankers damaged in suspected attacks by unknown perpetrators in the Gulf of Oman
US accuses of Iran of Oman ship attack
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Iran was behind an attack on two oil tankers
US claims video implicates Iran in Gulf attack
The US military releases a video it claims shows Iran removing a mine from an oil tanker
EU will give ground says UK leadership front-runner
Boris Johnson: Threat of no deal will force the EU to renegotiate UK's withdrawal deal
Hong Kong suspends extradition bill
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam suspends a controversial extradition bill after mass protests
Soul and Motown with John Mann: Two hours of soulful classics, rarities and surprises.
Travel back in time with great pop music from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Bernie Keith brings you Rock 'n' Roll Heaven. It's the best of the 1950s and 1960s.
John Kane brings you the best in classic and modern Soul music.
Reports and analysis of the day's political, economic and sports news from across Africa.