Oil continues its recovery, with prices rising above $50 a barrel for the first time in 2016 as a result of supply disruptions and increased global demand.
A couple of campers describe the moment three lions explored their campsite.
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe takes world leaders to the Shinto religion's holiest site, as the Group of Seven summit begins in Tokyo.
Half-a-century of Guyana's gifts to the world
The US nuclear weapons force still uses 1970s-era computer systems and floppy disks, a government report reveals.
What's going on in Vancouver's property market?
Will populism push Europe away from economic orthodoxy?
James Naughtie looks at the effect Bernie Sanders may have on this year's US presidential election.
Is self-interest behind island's 'mutiny' against Australia?
Lewis Hamilton says he feels no tension with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg despite their crash together at the previous race in Spain.
A new film tells the story of a Japanese man who survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and dedicated his life to identifying the American POW victims.
One person is killed and three others wounded in a shooting at a concert hall in New York where hip-hop artist TI was due to perform.
Indonesia's president approves tougher punishments for child rapists, including the death penalty, amid public anger over recent attacks.
A set of stamps celebrating 50 years of British rock group Pink Floyd have been unveiled by Royal Mail.
Workers at French nuclear power stations are due to join a strike over labour reforms that has already paralysed oil refineries and triggered fuel shortages.
The mistakes worth millions to stamp collectors
His 'self-funded' campaign now seeks donors with deep pockets
The death of the Taliban leader Mullah Mansour could lead to increased instability in Afghanistan, and provide a boost to the opium trade, says Justin Rowlatt.
White-hot flash points in the UK and EU's relationship
Opium production has long been a problem in Taliban-controlled areas of Afghanistan, but it is also grown in many government-controlled regions.
London's Donmar Warehouse is to open a temporary theatre in King's Cross to host the company's all-female Shakespeare trilogy.
Film star Johnny Depp and his actress wife Amber Heard are to divorce, US court documents reveal.
But does Hiroshima even want Obama to say sorry?
A blanket ban on so-called legal highs comes into force across the UK, with new laws criminalising their production, distribution, sale and supply.
Police in Bolivia use water cannons against disabled protesters who tried to breach a roadblock to demand an increase in state benefits.
I had to leave my partner to lose weight
Ethiopia's rescue mission after cross-border kidnapping
Ex-porn star turned Bollywood actress moves into erotic fiction
Girl's story prompts Russian suicide debate
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley has signed into law a bill that outlaws most abortions in the state after 20 weeks.