The London grandmother who wants her grandchildren to return from Kurdish-run camps in Syria.
The European Commission's move has the potential to derail the $2.1bn takeover.
Embattled ex-King Juan Carlos left weeks after he was linked to a probe into alleged corruption.
Thailand's Noppon Saengkham causes the biggest upset of the World Championship so far by beating former winner Shaun Murphy 10-4 at the Crucible.
The words "monkey" and "banana" were allegedly used in reference to the retired footballer.
Guidelines recommends not using common painkillers for long-term pain
The BBC follows the journey of an A&E doctor who recently recovered from Covid-19.
High Street chain the latest to look to restructure and refinance as virus deals extra blow to trade.
The German carmaker apologises for a tweeted car ad that sparked a furore.
Phillip Witcomb speaks about his infamous father and how he grew up not knowing his true identity.
The dividend cut is another blow for pension funds and savers who have seen a wave firms slash or halt payouts.
The airline adds more flights to cope with increasing demand from holidaymakers.
A spokesperson for the singer requests privacy "during this very difficult and sad time".
After a five-month delay because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Champions League and Europa League resume this week with lots of British interest.
England and Tottenham defender Danny Rose believes he has been racially targeted by police who have stopped his car when driving.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Tuesday morning.
After a car crash 10 years ago left her paralysed, GB wheelchair basketball player Sophie Carrigill looks back on her recovery.
BBC Sport's Liam Loftus catches up with Manchester City fan Steve McInerney from fan channel Esteemed Kompany to discuss who Pep Guardiola might want to lure to Etihad Stadium this summer.
Relive the best of the action from Super Saturday at London 2012 as Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Greg Rutherford win three gold medals on an unforgettable day for Team GB.
The move allows English and history pupils to focus on reduced content after disruption to lessons.