The funeral is taking place of Alan Drennan from Newtownabbey who died on holiday in Ibiza two weeks ago.
Labour's acting leader writes to David Cameron calling for compensation from the French government for UK people affected by the Calais crisis.
Family members of Osama Bin Laden were on a private jet which crashed in Hampshire, killing all four people on board, the Saudi Arabian embassy in the UK says.
Jeremy Corbyn is the most popular candidate for Labour leader among local constituency groups, according to the latest nomination figures.
A man is charged with murder after a suspected arson attack at a house in Sheffield.
Police are trying to identify a man found in west London who says he does not know who he is.
A 67-year-old man has died and four other people treated in hospital after a crash on Gower.
England head coach Trevor Bayliss challenges his side to perform consistently after going 2-1 up in the Ashes series.
Two men appear in court charged with attempted murder following a shooting in Rhondda Cynon Taff.
The search for a 22-year-old man who went missing almost a week ago has resumed.
Searches are continuing in Strabane, County Tyrone, following reports that a device had been left in the town.
As the Women's FA Cup final comes to Wembley, BBC Sport looks at the competition's transformation since the 1970s.
A youth club is reunited with eight of its stolen footballs after a dog found them in bushes that border a playing field.
More that 25,000 cyclists are set to descend on the capital for RideLondon.
Australia captain Michael Clarke has lost his confidence and could be playing his last Test series, says Jim Maxwell.
Charities could face criminal sanctions unless they stop aggressive fundraising tactics, the Charity Commission chairman warns.
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There has been a rare opportunity to witness a unique lunar event in the night sky; a so-called "blue moon".
Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls attacks Labour's approach to business under Ed Miliband.
Landowners should prepare for a future in which ash trees have disappeared, the Woodland Trust warns.
Why there's no such thing as gay adultery in UK law
About 160,000 people are expected to line the streets of Brighton and Hove for the 25th annual Pride event, organisers say.
The British Library, the largest UK public building built in the 20th Century, gets protected status for "outstanding architectural and historic interest".
A new vaccination programme for meningitis is introduced for teenagers and students in Scotland.
Teenagers across the UK going to university and college this year are being urged to get vaccinated against deadly meningitis W.
Kayaker Kathryn Smith has been competing for Team GB in the Special Olympics currently being held in Los Angeles.
Why work isn't what it used to be
'If this art isn't yours, it's ours'
A cyclist caught on CCTV dragging three-year-old toddler Lucie Wilding along a pavement admits dangerous cycling.
A cyclist who knocked down a toddler and dragged her along a pavement has pleaded guilty to dangerous cycling.
Eight areas to decide the Ashes
Home Secretary Theresa May orders officials to issue Chinese artist Ai Weiwei a full six-month visa, reversing an earlier decision to restrict his entry.
Ministers are to consult on plans to set a £95,000 cap on public sector pay-offs, first put forward in January.
The Beatles forgot dozens of their songs, and more nuggets
A new cave which lies more than 80 metres beneath the Mendip Hills in Somerset has been opened up to the public for the first time.
Jack Straw says descriptions of New Labour as a virus are "ridiculous" and warns the party faces "oblivion" if it moves further to the left.
What inquiry has revealed about Litvinenko case
Newcastle has opened its first cat cafe called 'Mog On The Tyne' offering coffee, cake and cats.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's FA Women's Cup final between Chelsea Ladies and Notts County Ladies.
A victim of human trafficking has told the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme how she was forced into prostitution in Albania and trafficked across Europe.
The world's longest man-made surf wave has been unveiled on the site of an old aluminium factory in North Wales, UK.
A team of robotic developers has built an interactive robotic climbing frame, that can roam designated play areas, ready for children to play with it.
Drivers stuck on the M20 in Operation Stack have been entertained by Disco Boy Lee Marshall
The Health Committee heard from key figures in NHS England.
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The new leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Akhtar Mansour, calls for unity and says the group will continue fighting.
A plane that crashed at a small UK airport killing four people is believed to have belonged to Osama bin Laden's family.
Myanmar's president declares a state of emergency in four regions after heavy flooding left at least 27 people dead.
Social media users rally around Aussie Rules footballer Adam Goodes, as he takes time out of the game amid a racism row with fans.
The founder of MtGox - once the world's biggest bitcoin exchange - is arrested by Japanese police investigating losses of nearly $400m.
The former professional wrestler 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper, known for wearing a kilt in the ring, dies aged 61.
Tiger Woods records his lowest 36-hole total in two years to put himself in contention at the Quicken Loans National.
A piece of debris that experts believe could be from missing flight MH370 arrives in Paris from Reunion in the Indian Ocean for analysis.
Twelve Pacific nations fail to agree a regional trade deal which would cover 40% of the world economy, despite talk of "significant progress".
US country singer Lynn Anderson, best known for her 1971 hit (I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden, dies, aged 67.
A new record for the largest ever vertical skydiving formation has been set in Ottawa, Illinois, by 164 flyers who formed the shape of a flower in the sky.
Could a once reluctant Turkey be a South Asia power broker?
Decoding the symbols on the new monument to the Devil
Hundreds take to the streets of Baghdad to protest as temperatures in Iraq hit over 50C.
Brazil football chiefs confirm midfielder Fred tested positive for a banned diuretic at the recent Copa America in Chile.
There has been a rise in the number of people going missing at the hand of the security services in Egypt, according to human rights activists in the country.
Why India-Pakistan 'mango diplomacy' doesn't work
Alejandro Burzaco, a former Argentine sporting executive, pleads not guilty in the corruption case involving football's world governing body Fifa.
Charleston gunman Dylann Roof pleads not guilty to federal charges including hate crimes
Nato members agree measures to strengthen Iraq's security forces, which have suffered near-collapse in the face of an Islamic State offensive.
Israel vows to catch arsonists, suspected to be Jewish settlers, who killed a young Palestinian child in an attack on a West Bank village.
India and Bangladesh swap control of 160 pockets of land on each other's territory, ending a complex and long-running border dispute.
Jalaluddin Haqqani, the Afghan founder of the militant Haqqani network, died at least a year ago, sources tell the BBC.
President Francois Hollande denies claims France has agreed to pay compensation to Russia for cancelling the sale of two warships.
The US dentist who killed a lion in Zimbabwe should be extradited to face charges, the country's environment minister says.
Thousands of people in Mali's capital are flocking to see what it believed to be a religious sign that suddenly appeared on a wall of a toilet.
The Chemical Brothers' Born in the Echoes gives the dance act their sixth UK number one album, as Little Mix top the singles chart for a third week.
Russia may ban emojis depicting same-sex couples from social media if a state watchdog rules they infringe controversial "gay propaganda" laws.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested after police say he shot and killed two people who stopped to help him along a road in a Montana Indian reservation.
Russian President Vladimir Putin "personally ordered" the killing of Alexander Litvinenko, the inquiry into the death of the former spy hears.
A schoolboy who took part in a funeral "haka" that went viral tells the BBC how he feels about the reaction to the video and why students chose to do a haka for their teacher.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras defends his former finance minister in a row over an "emergency plan" in case of Greece's exit from the euro.
A vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus has led to 100% protection in a pioneering trial described as a "potential game-changer".
The fates of around a dozen movies are up in the air after Hollywood studio Relativity Media filed for bankruptcy protection.
Beijing is chosen to host the 2022 Winter Olympics, becoming the first city ever to host both a summer and winter games.
Scientists find colony of endangered black-capped petrels on Caribbean island.
Sensitivity and suspicion surround China's 2022 bid
A drop in energy prices offset a rise in industrial goods and helped keep the eurozone's inflation rate at 0.2% in July.
The soaring value of the Swiss franc against the euro leads Switzerland's central bank to report a first half loss of 50bn francs.
A Reunion man, Johnny Begue, shows the BBC's Milton Nkosi where he found the debris that may belong to missing plane MH370.
Migrants have once more broken through police lines in Calais trying to enter the Channel Tunnel.
Black Tulip an organisation working in Ukraine to find and identify the bodies of missing soldiers might have to stop because of funding
The tough US cop's YouTube challenge to wanted criminals
Mullah Omar's replacement as Taliban chief faces tough task
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