UK PM signs letter that will trigger Brexit
The letter will be delivered to the EU in the next hour, marking formal notice of the UK's exit.

Trump climate: Challenges loom after Obama policies scrapped
The president is accused of "ignoring basic science" as public campaigns and court cases are planned.

Bob Dylan finally agrees to accept Nobel Prize for Literature
The American singer snubbed a ceremony in December but is in Sweden for two concerts this weekend.

Indonesian man's body found inside python - police
The bulging python was cut open after villagers grew suspicious it had eaten the man.

Toshiba's Westinghouse files for US bankruptcy
Westinghouse has struggled with losses that have thrown its Japanese parent into a major crisis.

World's first monster truck front flip
This is the first time a monster truck driver has completed a front flip in the sport's history.

London Stock Exchange-Deutsche Boerse deal blocked by EU
EU regulators block London Stock Exchange's £21bn merger with German stock exchange Deutsche Boerse.

Samsung: Is Galaxy S8 the firm's most important phone yet?
After the Note 7 fiasco, Samsung's latest launch could be a make or break moment.

France election: Ex-PM Valls backs Macron for president
Instead of backing his own party's candidate, Manuel Valls throws his weight behind Emmanuel Macron.

Jared Kushner's family firm ends investment talks with China's Anbang
A potential investment deal had raised ethical questions for President Trump's son-in-law.

Zuma asked to miss activist's funeral
Family of anti-apartheid activist requests South Africa's president not to attend his funeral.

Emma Thompson felt 'too fat' to live in LA
The Oscar winner says she "couldn't live there" as she condemns the pressure on actresses to be thin.

Cambodia breast milk: The debate over mothers selling milk
In a controversial practice, a company was processing and selling the milk in the US.

US hockey women halt boycott over pay
The US women's ice hockey team settle a long-running equal pay dispute and call off their boycott of the forthcoming US-hosted world championships.

Britons in Finland face uncertainty over their future
Language requirements may pose a problem for British people resident in Finland post-Brexit.

Pets sleeping on your bed growing trend
According to a new survey, nearly half of British dog and cat owners let their animals sleep on their bed.

Can coal make a comeback under Trump?
Here is why coal's decline can be slowed but not completely reversed.

Elephants in dramatic muddy escape
Eleven Asian elephants manage to drag themselves clear of a muddy hole in Cambodia.

Small shark rescued from swimming pool in Australia
The juvenile shark was not dangerous but it surprised swimmers in Sydney's far north.

Why I've knitted hundreds of woollen breasts
Sharon is a volunteer for the charity Knitted Knockers.

Was Delhi attack racially motivated?
Video footage shows Endurance Amalawa being attacked by a mob in India.

'Memories for Mummy' - Rio Ferdinand helps children grieve
Rio Ferdinand shares how he found a way to help his children cope with their mother's death.

Swiss skier claims world first quad cork 1800
Andri Ragettli completed five rotations while dipping his head under his body four times.

Russia arrest 'like a bad dream'
Olga Lozina featured in an iconic photo taken during an anti-government protest in Moscow on Sunday.

What are the key issues for the Brexit negotiations?
As the government formally triggers Article 50, BBC editors set out the key negotiation areas.

The Hindu hardliner running India's most populous state
Yogi Adityanath: What kind of leader will the polarising new chief minister of Uttar Pradesh be?

Health care could be behind Canada's longer life expectancy
A new study says Canadian cystic fibrosis patients live 10 years longer than Americans.

The ambulance for sex work
A converted vehicle has been designed to act as a sanctuary for Danish sex workers at risk of violence and exploitation.

Trumplomacy: Is the president actually good for Nato?
Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is glad President Trump keeps pressing members to pay up.

Japan turns to Basil Fawlty in race for Olympic English
Japan is struggling to make sure it has enough English speakers when it hosts the Olympic Games in 2020.

Fillon: France's damaged candidate
Once tipped as president-in-waiting, he has seen his reputation eroded by a drip of allegations.

N'Golo Kante: How can Premier League clubs create next star?
What shaped him? Just how good is he? And what are Premier League clubs doing to create the next N'Golo Kante?

Denny Solomona: Sale Sharks winger available for England
Sale Sharks winger Denny Solomona declares himself available for England after completing his three-year residency.

Merthyr rugby players 'burnt by Pontypridd 3G pitch'
Welsh rugby coach posts photographs on Twitter of burns his players received on an artificial pitch.

Article 50: What does its triggering mean?
Red lines, Britons in the EU and can the UK back out? Kevin Connolly and Norman Smith investigate.

Article 50: What happens now?
Theresa May is triggering Article 50 to start formal Brexit negotiations - what happens now?

What are Brexit Britain's trade options?
With Article 50 now set to be triggered, what are the options for the UK's negotiators when it comes to trade?

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.

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