David Cameron tells his fellow European leaders they need to be "flexible and imaginative" as he demands reforms to the EU.
Motherwell hold a two-goal advantage in the Scottish Premiership play-offs after they beat Rangers at Ibrox.
An Islamist rebel coalition has seized one of the last cities in western Idlib province held by the Syrian government, activists say.
Saracens flanker Jacques Burger is relishing the chance to get his teeth into Bath, as Chris Jones discovers ahead of Saturday’s Premiership final.
BBC pundit Mark Lawrenson on whether Arsenal or Aston Villa will win at Wembley on Saturday.
Three major carmakers have expanded recalls of vehicles with faulty Takata airbags.
New tests on the remains of the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda say they have found no conclusive evidence he was poisoned.
Patients were kept like "animals" at a Denbighshire mental health ward, relatives say.
The Republic of Ireland's parliament has approved the sale of the nation's 25% stake in Aer Lingus to British Airways owner, IAG.
Tiny buildings that stand in the way of big developments
Google reveals easier-to-control privacy permissions, greater support for fingerprint sensors and longer battery life in the next version of Android.
Former SS lieutenant Gerhard Sommer, at the top of a most-wanted list of Nazis, has been declared unfit for trial by prosecutors in Germany.
MEPs call for transparent and public handling of trade disputes with the US but soften their stance on controversial commercial courts.
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The BBC's Justin Rowlatt discovers some migrants are so desperate to leave Bangladesh that they knowingly board ships destined for prison camps.
Rory McIlroy faces a battle to make the cut at the Irish Open after slumping to a first-round nine-over-par 80 at Royal County Down.
The US Department of Justice has charged 15 Chinese nationals with developing a scheme to have imposters take university entrance exams.
Sepp Blatter refuses to resign as Fifa president and vows to stay to "restore trust" in the scandal-hit organisation.
Controversial former MP George Galloway says he will seek election as the next mayor of London.
The finance minister says she cannot move the budget bill forward because of the inability of the Stormont parties to resolve the deadlock over welfare reform.