Italy initially threatened to seize the rescue ship Lifeline, before urging Malta to open its ports.
Ahmed Musa scores both goals as Nigeria beat World Cup debutants Iceland to leave Group D intriguingly poised.
The foreign ministry of the Central African Republic says the ex-tennis star has a fake document.
Leo Varadkar says he is still confident a deal can be struck but is making contingency plans.
Turkey's elections will decide if President Erdogan will stay in power. Here's what you need to know.
Ex-Barcelona star Carles Puyol was due to be a World Cup pundit in Iran but was barred from the studio.
Scotland's Brexit secretary says devolution is "broken" as Nicola Sturgeon meets senior UK government figures.
A campaigner who called for the right to a gender-neutral passport has lost a High Court challenge
The eurozone agrees a long-awaited deal, which pushes back the repayment schedule for Greece's debt.
The European planemaker says no-deal Brexit would force it to reconsider its investments in the UK.
The European Union has gone ahead with retaliatory duties against $2.8bn worth of US-made products.
Unilever has taken a stand against 'influencers' who buy social media followers to game the system.
Turkey's president seeks re-election on 24 June and Kurdish voters may play an important part in determining his future.
Argentina are facing the prospect of an early World Cup exit as Croatia win 3-0 to reach the last 16.
Five men whose conviction for sexual assault, but not rape, caused outrage, are released on bail.
Curbing the boatloads of Mediterranean migrants is the priority, Italy tells EU partners.
Hacer Tulu, 40, was fatally wounded when attackers burst into the club, which is popular with tourists.
Female former employees tell the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme the behaviour was widespread.
After months of debate, the EU (Withdrawal) Bill clears Parliament and goes for Royal Assent.
Under the new so-called "Stop Soros" law, anyone who helps asylum seekers faces a year in jail.
The move comes after President Donald Trump imposed steep duties on steel and aluminium in May.
The Italian clothing firm is condemned for using images of migrants rescued at sea.
It is Queen Máxima's first public appearance since Inés Zorreguieta died earlier this month.
The city's public transport company live-tweeted the event which stopped train traffic for about one hour.
Matteo Salvini calls for a census of the Roma community but government allies say it is illegal.
Several others were wounded in the attack a short distance from a police station.
Peers send the Brexit bill back to the House of Commons after backing a greater role for Parliament.
The US president lashes out at Angela Merkel's leadership as he defends his own migration crackdown.
Police arrest a suspect after a vehicle hit four people at the end of the Pinkpop music festival
There was a danger that Rupert Stadler could seek to suppress evidence, prosecutors say.
Mexico record the first shock win of the 2018 World Cup as Hirving Lozano's strike earns them victory over champions Germany.
Greece's PM hails the agreement, but it faces stern opposition from nationalists on both sides.
More than 600 migrants who were turned away by Italy and Malta are arriving in Valencia.
Alexis Tsipras wins a confidence vote that was tabled over the deal to rename Greece's neighbour.