European Championship 2024 qualifiers: Who do you think will reach Euro 2024? Qualifying for Euro 2024 gets under way this week as 53 nations battle for 24 places. Who do you think will reach the finals?
Hidden history of Scotland's biggest nuclear bunker The underground site, buried deep under an Edinburgh hill, has remained largely unknown.
Ron DeSantis says his Ukraine remarks 'mischaracterised' The Republican was criticised in the US and Ukraine for calling the war a "territorial dispute".
Andrew Tate: Brothers' custody in Romania extended by another month The controversial social media influencer and his brother have both been detained since December.
Prince William makes surprise visit to troops near Ukraine border in Poland The Prince of Wales meets troops in Poland an hour's drive from the border with Ukraine.
European young adults are critical of both US and China - study They are concerned about America's role as the "world's policeman" and China's growing economic might.
Ukraine war: Zelensky visits front line near Bakhmut as Russia targets cities The Ukrainian leader's visit near Bakhmut coincides with two deadly Russian attacks.
Beethoven: Tests on hair prove composer's genetic health woes Five locks of Ludwig van Beethoven's hair were analysed by scientists led by Cambridge University.
French reforms: Macron refuses to give way as pension protests escalate The French leader says he has no regrets about unpopular pension reforms but tries to calm tensions.
Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka faced 'hate' in locker room over Russian invasion of Ukraine Belarusian world number two Aryna Sabalenka says she has faced "hate" in the locker room over her country's role in Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine to clinch first IMF loan to nation at war The $15.6bn financing package is expected to be approved in the coming weeks.
Badger tunnels halt traffic on Dutch railways Trains in the north and south of the Netherlands are affected, with some services stopping for a week.
Ukraine war: UK defends sending depleted uranium shells after Putin warning The UK says the depleted uranium shells, which it is sending to Ukraine, are "standard".
Conspiracy theorists led family to death in Switzerland Swiss investigators say adults in the family were obsessed with conspiracy theories.
Memorial raids: Russia targets leaders of banned Nobel Prize-winning group Nine leaders of Memorial are targeted, months after their organisation was shut down.
Japanese and Chinese leaders visit opposing capitals in Ukraine war Both leaders are on strategic foreign visits on opposing sides of the conflict.
Kylian Mbappe: Paris St-Germain forward replaces Hugo Lloris as captain of France national team Didier Deschamps names Paris St-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe as Hugo Lloris' replacement to captain the France national team.
Hungary official takes on German MEP in AI 'rap battle' It's fair to say neither man's effort is likely to dominate the streaming charts.
Dreams of space that ended in shipwreck off Italy Maeda, 17, wanted to be an astronaut - and took huge risks to pursue her goal.
The 'dear' friendship of Putin and Xi... in 62 seconds As Putin welcomes Xi to Moscow, the BBC examines the relationship between the two world leaders.
Credit Suisse: Bank rescue damages Switzerland's reputation for stability Beset by scandals and crisis, many people are questioning how a totemic bank ended up beyond repair.
Putin in Mariupol: Russian leader visits occupied Ukrainian city The Russian president makes a surprise visit to the ruined Ukrainian city destroyed by Russian forces.
French pension reforms: Is Macron's government doomed by crisis? No-confidence motions face the Macron government as it tries to force its unpopular changes into law.
France pension protests: Clashes with police in Paris as demonstrations continue Demonstrators are angry at President Macron's decision to force through pension reforms.
Can Vladimir Putin actually be arrested? BBC correspondents Anna Holligan and Steve Rosenberg on the difficulties of detaining a president.
Fire engulfs Russian security building in Rostov-on-Don Video shows building in the south of the country used by Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) alight.