The European Commission will back visa-free travel for Turkish citizens, sources tell the BBC, but the deal still needs European Parliament backing.
A six-month-old girl is rescued from the debris of a building that collapsed four days ago in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.
A homeless man did not commit a crime when he stole small quantities of food, an Italian court rules, because he clearly acted out of need.
Russia's foreign minister says a unilateral truce declared by the Syrian military could be extended to the city of Aleppo within hours.
Chinese authorities are probing Baidu over the death of a student who went for an experimental cancer treatment advertised on the search engine.
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri says it is an "amazing feeling" to have steered the club to their first top-flight title.
The US says an American serviceman has been killed in northern Iraq, hours after so-called Islamic State militants launched a series of attacks in the region.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is poised to deliver a crushing blow to rival Ted Cruz as voters in Indiana head to the polls.
Researchers in the US believe they are a step closer to finding the Endeavour, the ship in which Captain Cook sailed to Australia in 1768.
A US jury court orders Johnson & Johnson to pay $55m (£40m) to a woman who woman who says its talcum powder caused her ovarian cancer.
An Afghan boy who wore a homemade Lionel Messi shirt flees to Pakistan with his family, who say they received kidnap threats after he shot to fame.
A man tells police he lost HK$2m ($257,700; £175,500) in cash and valuables from his hand luggage, during a flight into Hong Kong.
Leicester City defender Christian Fuchs posts a video showing the team celebrating the moment the 5,000-1 outsiders became Premier League champions.
Leicester City supporters celebrate the Chelsea goal against Tottenham that hands them the Premier League title.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is the latest world leader to publicise the Invictus Games with a Twitter video in which he shows how his country "brings it".
Solar Impulse, a plane fuelled only by the sun, has landed in the US state of Arizona after a 16-hour flight from California.
A video from the police in New Zealand shows the officers in a new light.
Lady Gaga, Madonna, Beyonce and Taylor Swift were just some of the names to attend the Met Ball in New York this year.
The father of the five-year-old Afghan boy, who became an internet sensation after being photographed wearing a homemade Lionel Messi football shirt, says the family has been forced to leave Afghanistan due to repeated threats.
The European Commission will grant Turkey conditional approval for visa-free travel within the EU's Schengen area, sources have told the BBC.
The BBC's Rico Hizon conducts a rigorous poll to discover how Filipinos are feeling about the election - in emojis.
BBC visits Azerbaijan's side of frontline in Karabakh conflict
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Indonesian police have confiscated a sex toy from a remote village after its inhabitants and some on social media mistook it for an "angel".
The Australian politician who declared war on Johnny Depp's dogs has a new enemy - the European carp.
Talks between the EU and US over the wide-ranging TTIP trade deal are likely to grind to a halt, according to France's trade minister.
Banking giant HSBC reports a 14% drop in profits for the first quarter after "extreme levels of volatility" in financial markets at the start of the year.
Taxi-hailing firm Uber has just settled two cases challenging the status of its drivers as contractors but is now facing another.
A US court makes a woman unlock her iPhone with her fingerprint.
The grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest will be broadcast live on US TV for the first time this month, organisers announce.
Celebrities at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art go metallic, as this year's Met Gala celebrates the convergence of man and machine.
The zero-fuel aeroplane Solar Impulse starts to cross the continental USA, flying the first leg from California to Arizona.
As expected, the European and Russian space agencies have delayed the launch of their ExoMars robot rover by two years to 2020.
The Zika virus may be even more dangerous than previously thought, affecting the babies of up to 20% of pregnant women who contract it, scientists in Brazil tell the BBC.
Scientists say they now have a near-perfect picture of the genetic events that cause breast cancer, which they hope will unlock new ways of treating the disease.
Leicester City fan Mark Selby says winning the world snooker title for a second time is like a "dream come true".
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino believes the club has a "brilliant" future, despite missing out on the Premier League title.
In Paris cars are gradually being edged out as the city steps up a life-or-death battle to cut pollution.
When a young American woman told police that she had been raped, her university started to investigate whether she had violated its "honour code". Why?
Ransoms of up to $400,000 (£270,000) have been paid to gangs which hijacked ships in the Gulf of Guinea in 2015, a maritime security report says.
About $15bn (£10bn) was stolen from the fight against militant Islamists in Nigeria under the former government, the vice-president says.
The Australian government's budget, which doubles as its election campaign kick-off, targets multinational companies that move profits offshore.
Singapore says it arrested eight Bangladeshi men in April accused of plotting attacks in their home country as the "Islamic State in Bangladesh".
Leicester City - 5,000-1 outsiders in August - are Premier League champions in one of the greatest ever sporting achievements.
The Republic of Ireland's two largest parties are to meet to endorse a deal they reached on a limited working arrangement in the Irish Parliament.
The former head of Argentina's Air Force, Omar Graffigna, goes on trial over the forced disappearance of a left-wing couple during the country's "Dirty War".
A Brazilian judge blocks messaging service WhatsApp for 72 hours after its owner Facebook failed to hand over information required in a criminal investigation.
Egypt's journalists' union demands the dismissal of the interior minister after two journalists were arrested at its headquarters in Cairo overnight.
Shia Muslim activists who occupied Iraq's parliament on Saturday begin to leave Baghdad's government district after a call by their leaders.
George John Dryden, a Canadian man who sought for years to prove that he was the son of former Prime Minister John George Diefenbaker, has died.
Republican Party front-runner Donald Trump steps up his criticism of China's trade policy, accusing it of "raping" the US.
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