North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's announcement comes a week before a summit with South Korea.
One of the world's biggest dance music stars has died in Oman, his representatives say.
A man wanted over the Hither Green break-in where an intruder was killed is held by police.
From the new boss to the fans' reaction - behind the scenes analysis from BBC Sport's David Ornstein.
Commonwealth leaders agree that the Prince of Wales will be the next head of the organisation.
The former Bake Off judge had packed baking ingredients, which staff thought were drugs.
With the temperature rising, here are our top tips in reducing your hay fever-induced tears.
Kane Gamble accessed the details of top US security officials from his bedroom in Leicestershire.
Wasps' South African forward Ashley Johnson has been suspended by the Rugby Football Union after failing a drugs test.
BBC Sport looks back at the moment Arsene Wenger's Arsenal team lifted the Premier League title after completing the 2003-04 season without losing a match.
Departing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is described as "one of the greatest" Premier League managers by old rival Sir Alex Ferguson.
An Algerian woman is denied citizenship for refusing to shake the hand of an official.
Police cordons seal off parts of the city but officials insist there is no danger to the public.
The actress and her husband Daniel Craig say they are excited to have a "little human" on the way.
Many Commonwealth countries have laws in place that criminalise homosexuality.
Kim Kardashian West and her sisters Kourtney and Khloe opened the first store in California in 2006.
Commonwealth leaders are meeting to discuss their next head with the Queen backing Prince Charles.
In a Football Focus special from May 2017, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger recalls his earliest memories of joining the club.
Former Labour home secretary says the "administrative decision" was made by UK Border Agency officials.
Twelve people manage to get out of the building in north-east London before firefighters arrive.
Lance Armstrong agrees to pay $5m (£3.5m) to the US government to settle a long-running lawsuit that could have cost him $100m (£71m) in damages.
Temperatures have hit 29.1C in London, making it the warmest April day for nearly 70 years.
She tells leaders it is her "sincere wish" for Prince Charles to be the next head of the Commonwealth.
Plan for a ban in England is announced as Commonwealth leaders are urged to tackle plastic waste.
Tributes paid to the "generous soul with a touch of naughty" who rose to fame hosting Supermarket Sweep.
Theresa May says the decision was taken to destroy documents in 2009 - but Labour disputes this.
It is unclear when chemical weapons experts will be able to start work after Tuesday's incident.
Champions Manchester City have five players in the the Professional Footballers' Association Players' team of the year.
A bank executive was reportedly "partially sucked out" of a window after engine debris smashed it.
Alex Skeel was stabbed, beaten, kept isolated and denied food by Jordan Worth who has been jailed.
Landing cards belonging to Windrush migrants were destroyed by the Home Office in 2010, it has emerged.
Theresa May says the Windrush children have a right to be in the UK and will not be deported.
A massive clean-up operation is beginning to decontaminate nine sites in Salisbury.
Theresa May defends military action as Labour accuses her of following Donald Trump's "whims".
The home secretary apologises to those affected and promises fees for documentation will be waived.
The TV host says he is "ashamed and mortified" as he admits being more than twice the legal limit.
Manchester City win the Premier League as Manchester United's 1-0 home defeat by West Brom confirms their rivals as champions.