EU Brexit referendum: Preparations for UK 'divorce' to begin
EU leaders are to meet to discuss the UK's "divorce" from the organisation after a historic referendum result.
Twenty people die in West Virginia floods
At least 20 people die in devastating flooding in the US state of West Virginia, according to state officials.
Stonewall to become US gay rights monument - Obama
US President Barack Obama is to designate the first national monument to gay rights at the site of the iconic Stonewall Inn in New York.
Wada suspends Rio laboratory just weeks before Olympics
Rio's anti-doping Laboratory is suspended by Wada just six weeks before the Brazilian city hosts the Olympic Games.
EU Brexit referendum: France's Calais seeks border deal changes
The mayor of Calais wants changes to a deal which allows Britain to carry out immigration checks on the French side of the English Channel, after a UK vote to leave the EU.
Russia governor arrested over '€400,000 bribe'
Russian investigators arrest a regional governor, saying they caught him red-handed taking a €400,000 (£325,000; $444,500) bribe in a Moscow restaurant.
Pope speaks of Armenian 'genocide' in Yerevan visit
Pope Francis, visiting Yerevan, uses the word "genocide" to describe mass killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks during World War One.
US election: Sanders says he will vote for Clinton
US Senator Bernie Sanders says he will vote for his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in November's presidential election.
Brexit: Spain calls for joint control of Gibraltar
Spanish foreign minister says the "Spanish flag on the Rock" is "much closer than before" following massive Gibraltar vote to remain in the EU.
China weather: Tornado and hail kill scores in Jiangsu
A tornado and hailstorm kill at least 98 people and injure nearly 800 in the east Chinese province of Jiangsu, says state media.
Privacy Shield: White House makes EU spying promise
The EU and US agree final changes to a new data protection agreement known as the EU-US Privacy Shield.
Senegal's Karim Wade freed by Macky Sall and 'flies to Qatar'
The son of Senegal's ex-President Abdoulaye Wade is freed from prison after serving three years of a six-year sentence for corruption.
Brexit: How world reacted to Britain's EU referendum
As Britain votes to leave the European Union, political figures from around the world react to the news.
In one word: Brussels reacts to Brexit
We asked people in Brussels to sum up in just one word their thoughts about the UK's decision to leave the EU. .
British expats on the Costa del Sol concerned by Brexit
Sarah Rainsford asks British expats on the Costa del Sol what concerns them most about Brexit.
UK vote on EU: Juncker's one-word Brexit answer to BBC
The BBC's Katya Adler is given short shrift when she asks European Commission President, Jean-Claude Juncker, whether the UK's vote to leave the EU is "the beginning of the end" for the EU.
Obama: 'Special relationship with UK will endure'
President Obama has said the special relationship between the US and the UK will continue after the UK's exit from the EU.
Donald Trump on EU: 'Brexit is a good thing'
Donald Trump says the UK vote to leave the EU is "a good thing" as he lands in Scotland open his Turnberry golf resort.
What will the EU look like without UK?
It will take at least two years for the UK to leave the EU. But if the UK left today, what the EU look like without it?
Led Zeppelin cleared of plagiarism in Stairway case
Led Zeppelin did not plagiarise the opening chords of the rock epic Stairway to Heaven from the US band Spirit, a jury in Los Angeles finds.
"How do I tell the cats?" - the world reacts to #Brexit online
Brexit was the top Twitter topic by some distance on Friday - here are some of the best social media posts.
The heroin vigilante
After a Pennsylvania man was stopped and arrested with a cache of weapons in New York's Holland Tunnel, a complicated story about the ravages of heroin in a small town emerged.
Infinity and beyond
When Russia announced teleportation tech plans, there was a definite note of scepticism in response.
The BBC's Justin Rowlatt examines the evolution of one of India's favourite street foods, the samosa.
'Beheaded and crucified'
Pro-government forces are making gains in the IS-held port city of Sirte - the BBC meets an army of young men.
The Icelandic commentator whose hyperactive reaction to his team's success made him famous speaks about the 'hectic' time he has had.
Indian-administered Kashmir used to be a hub for factories making guns for civilians, but the industry has been declining in recent years, writes the BBC's Geeta Pandey in Srinagar.
A look at some of the UK issues Donald Trump has spoken about as the US billionaire presidential hopeful visits Britain.
Highlights, goals and fun from day 13 of the 2016 Uefa European Championship in France.
Catch up with all the goals, match highlights, fun moments and more from day 13 of the 2016 Uefa European Championship in France.
Euro 2016: Pick the best starting XI of the group stage
Dimitri Payet? Granit Xhaka? Gareth Bale? Who would make your Euro 2016 starting XI after the group stage?
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Sweden striker retires from international football
Zlatan Ibrahimovic waves goodbye to international football after Sweden are knocked out of Euro 2016.