"Great thing for the American worker what we just did," says President Trump as he drops the accord.
Defence secretary refuses to tell MPs whether a missile veered off course during a test in June.
Sinn Féin picks Michelle O'Neill to replace Martin McGuinness five weeks before snap elections.
'Very high' pollution warnings are issued for south-east and eastern England and Greater London.
Italian emergency workers find three puppies alive in the hotel boiler room after five days.
The actor who played cafe owner Rene Artois in the classic 1980s BBC sitcom, died at a care home on Monday.
A businessman accused of blighting a Kent village with discarded mattresses is found guilty.
Officials issued the warning after two suicide bombers carrying infants evaded detection.
A British survivor of the 2015 attack recognised her friend's body by her toenail polish, an inquest hears.
The head of Britain's electronic surveillance agency says he is stepping down for family reasons.
Weeks before the Dutch go to the polls, Mark Rutte targets people who reject the country's values.
Residents are evacuated following reports of an explosion in a block of flats in east London.
A woman is removed from an Alaska Airlines flight for berating the President Trump supporter seated next to her.
Freezing fog has covered most of southern England, cancelling flights at London airports and raising pollution levels.
Experts say bread should be cooked to a golden yellow colour to reduce our intake of a chemical which could cause cancer.
As Michelle O'Neill becomes the new Sinn Féin leader north of the border, BBC News NI looks at her career to date.
Samsung reveals what caused the overheating and burning of some of its Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones.
Motoring journalist Quentin Willson calls for cheaper and simpler prices to encourage the use of electric cars.
Aerial footage shows the extent of devastation caused by tornadoes in Mississippi in the US, which claimed the lives of four people
More than $11m (£8.8m) is missing from The Gambia's state coffers after its leader's departure.
BBC coverage of latest developments as suspect in Berlin market attack is shot dead in Milan.
Newly released personal files shed new light on the ex-PM's time at Number 10.
Every one of this year's UK Eurovision hopefuls is a former X Factor contestant.
If the UK and the EU are going to have a trade agreement, it is best to get as many sectors covered as possible to reduce the chances of a WTO challenge.
An appeal over a post-Brexit trade deal was met with sniggers in Berlin, Damien McGuinness writes.
President Trump signs a flurry of orders as he lays out his presidential agenda.
New White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has warned that the media will be held "accountable".
How a design originally drawn in the sand led to the growth of giant supermarkets.
Dr Mehreen Faruqi uses social media to expose those who bombard her with sexist and racist abuse.
What is acrylamide and why is it important to minimise it in our diet?
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Photographs taken by BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen as he takes a journey through eastern Aleppo's largely deserted streets.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Photographs from inside a Turkish pigeon auction in Sanliurfa.
Hull midfielder Ryan Mason is conscious and has been speaking about the incident in which he fractured his skull during Sunday's game at Chelsea.
Britain's Johanna Konta beats Russian Ekaterina Makarova 6-1 6-4 to set up an Australian Open quarter-final against Serena Williams.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is charged by the Football Association for verbally abusing and pushing a fourth official.
Two-time Olympic champion Nicola Adams has turned professional and will make her debut on 8 April, but how far could she go?
A social media post written by a former NHS director of mental health about her own depression has gone viral
Milton Keynes is perhaps the best known of the 20th Century's "new towns", but how has it changed over the past 50 years?
Nigeria's largest city Lagos is facing a housing crisis. The BBC's Nancy Kacungira looks at how entrepreneurs are trying to solve the crisis.
Texan Christy Kroboth used to have a quiet job in a dentist's surgery. Now she spends her time jumping on animals many times her size - and taping their jaws tightly shut.
How Andy Kuper built investment firm Leapfrog, which aims to help pull people out of poverty in the developing world by investing in insurance and healthcare firms.
GreyOrange is India's biggest robotics company, making machines which support the country's booming online retail industry.
Karan Johar has been criticised for not setting an example for gays in India.
Cambridge University has a professor of play, and more news nuggets.
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