• 14 June 2017 From the section Europe Image copyright AFP Image caption Grégory Villemin was found drowned in a river a few kilometres from his home A couple in their 70s and a woman have been detained for questioning by police, 32 years after a crime that horrified France. Grégory Villemin was four when his body was found in the Vologne river. His killer has never been found.All...

  • 14 June 2017 From the section Election 2017 comments Image copyright EPA Image caption The ex-PM campaigned to remain in the EU in last year's referendum Theresa May will have to "listen to other parties" as she reviews her Brexit strategy in the wake of the election, David Cameron has said.The Financial Times reported the former PM saying there would be pressure for a "softer" exit from the EU...

  • 14 June 2017 From the section US & Canada Image caption Clockwise from left: David Thomas and son Stephen, Katie Taylor, Jack Slater and Nigel Hooker died in the incident The crew of a whale-watching boat tried and failed to avoid a large breaking wave that sank the vessel, killing six off the Canadian coast.Five Britons were among those who died when the the Leviathan II capsized near...

  • 14 June 2017 From the section Business Image copyright Getty Images The US Federal Reserve has said it would raise its key interest rate by 0.25%, the second rise this year.The central bank voted to raise its key rate target to a range of 1% to 1.25%.That's the highest level since 2008, when policymakers cut rates to encourage borrowing and spending after the financial crisis.The bank also said...

  • 14 June 2017 From the section Tyne & Wear Image copyright BBC Sport Image caption The former soccer star is now a Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer was given negligent financial advice, the High Court in London has been told.The 46-year-old former England and Newcastle star, now a Match of the Day pundit, is suing for £9m in damages.He claims financial advisor Kevin Neal was...

  • 14 June 2017 From the section Election 2017 comments Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJeremy Corbyn calls for details of Tory-DUP dealJeremy Corbyn is demanding details of the deal the Tories are striking with the DUP to form a minority government, calling it a "nonsense situation".The Labour leader also called for a date for the Queen's Speech, saying it "was the very...

  • 14 June 2017 From the section US & Canada Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWatch as baseball gunman opens fireA gunman who sprayed bullets at Republican lawmakers during baseball practice in a Washington DC suburb has died, US President Donald Trump said. House of Representatives Majority Whip Steve Scalise was one of five injured in the early morning ambush at a...

  • 14 June 2017 From the section South West Wales Image copyright Geograph/Chris Holifield Image caption Live firing was due to take place at the range in Pembrokeshire from Monday to Friday A number of people are believed to have been injured in a tank incident at a military training base in Pembrokeshire.The Welsh Ambulance Service was called to Castlemartin firing range just before 15:30 BST on...

  • 14 June 2017 From the section UK Politics Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTim Farron: Living as a Christian and being a political leader 'has felt impossible'Tim Farron has said he is to step down as leader of the Liberal Democrats, less than a week after the election.In a statement, he said he was "torn between living as a faithful Christian and serving as a political...

  • 14 June 2017 From the section UK Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOne eyewitness said he saw people blinking lights within the buildingTwelve people have died in a west London tower block fire and the number of deaths is expected to rise, police have said.Firefighters rescued 65 people from Grenfell Tower in north Kensington, after they were called at 00:54 BST.Witnesses...

  • By Daniel Sandford & Steve Swann BBC News 13 June 2017 From the section UK Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption'Jihadi Jack' travelled from Oxford to SyriaA 21-year-old man from Oxford, who travelled to the Islamic State-controlled area of Syria in 2014, has told the BBC he is now being held by Kurdish forces fighting the group. Jack Letts, dubbed "Jihadi Jack", is...

  • 13 June 2017 From the section Business Image copyright ERIC PIERMONT/AFP/Getty Uber boss Travis Kalanick plans to take time away from the company, and could return in a diminished role.The move follows recommendations from a review of management and practices at the firm, which is facing a number of scandals.The review was sparked by a former employee's claims the company ignored her complaints...

  • By James Gallagher Health and science reporter, BBC News website 13 June 2017 From the section Health Image copyright Getty Images Scientists have developed a drug that mimics sunlight to make the skin tan, with no damaging UV radiation involved. The drug tricks the skin into producing the brown form of the pigment melanin in tests on skin samples and mice. Evidence suggests it will work even on...

  • 13 June 2017 From the section London Image copyright Featureworld Image caption Charlie Gard's rare disease has left him unable to cry The parents of a terminally-ill baby have been given more time to put forward a legal case that he should be allowed to go to the US for treatment.Life-support for Charlie Gard must continue until midnight on Monday, the European Court of Human Rights ruled.The...

  • 13 June 2017 From the section US & Canada Image copyright Jo Ingles, Ohio Public Radio/TV Statehouse News Image caption The Handmaid's Tale has inspired several protests in the US this year Activists in the US state of Ohio have been inspired by The Handmaid's Tale in their protest against a bill placing more restrictions on abortion.Several women held a silent protest in red robes and white...

  • 13 June 2017 From the section UK Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionFrance & England fans unite in tribute to terror attack victimsA minute's silence has been held at England's football match against France in Paris in tribute to the victims of the Manchester and London attacks.The friendly international was attended by UK Prime Minister Theresa May and French...

  • 13 June 2017 From the section Europe Related Topics Brexit Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMacron: 'Of course the door is always open'French President Emmanuel Macron says the possibility of the UK remaining in the European Union is an option until Brexit negotiations have concluded.He was speaking at a joint news conference with UK PM Theresa May.But he said he...

  • 13 June 2017 From the section Asia Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionUS student Otto Warmbier said he was "a poor scapegoat" before he was jailed in 2016US student Otto Warmbier has been freed from jail in North Korea, but his parents say he has been in a coma for a year.The US secretary of state said the 22-year-old was on his way home to the US.The Warmbier family told...

  • DUP hopeful of deal on Conservative government 'soon' 13 June 2017 From the section Election 2017 Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMs Foster said she would not 'negotiate over the airwaves'The Democratic Unionist Party leader has said she hopes to seal a deal on supporting Theresa May's minority government "sooner rather than later". After meeting the prime minister in...

  • 12 June 2017 From the section Liverpool Image copyright Liverpool Echo Image caption Morris initially told Mr Somers he was not the father before changing her story the following year A woman who faked a paternity test to fool an ex-partner into believing he was her baby's father has been jailed.Danielle Morris, from Seaforth, Merseyside, initially told Jamie Somers in May 2014 that he was not...