• Barcelona attack key suspect Moussa Oukabir confirmed dead
Moussa Oukabir rented the van which drove into crowds in central Barcelona on Thursday.
• Steve Bannon fired as Trump White House's top strategist
Bannon has announced he is returning to Breitbart to go 'to war for Trump against his opponents'.
• Disputed Venezuela assembly takes parliament's powers
The opposition-led parliament says the move will be rejected by Venezuelans.
• Finland stabbings: Two dead and suspect shot in Turku
A man wielding a knife is shot and wounded by police after attacking people in the centre of Turku.
• Lele Tao: The 'online goddess' who earns $450k a year
24-year-old live streamer Lele Tao has one million fans, mostly young men. The first of a three-part series.
• US to review China intellectual property policies
China has voiced "serious concern" over the investigation, which could result in US trade sanctions.
• Sir Bruce Forsyth: TV legend dies aged 89
Tributes are paid to the TV legend, who hosted Strictly Come Dancing and The Generation Game.
• Taylor Swift's social media pages and website are currently showing a Blank Space
The American star's social media posts have been deleted, while her website is only showing a black screen.
• Charlottesville victim's mum rebukes Trump
Susan Bro has "no interest" in speaking to Mr Trump after his remarks on the Virginia clashes.
• Congo mudslide death toll 'to rise to 200'
Households were buried after heavy rains caused parts of a nearby mountain to collapse.
• Deadly South Asia floods affect 16m people
The Red Cross says the floods are becoming one of the worst regional humanitarian crises in years.
• Turkey's Erdogan says German leaders are enemies
The Turkish president tells German-Turkish voters to reject Germany's main parties.
• Meet the eclipse chaser who's travelled the world hunting shadows
Astronomer Glenn Schneider has spent his life chasing solar eclipses around the world and has been in the path of totality 33 times.
• Chinese 'cyber-court' launched for online cases
The court will specialise in internet-related cases as the number of online disputes rises.
• How attacks unfolded
Two terror attacks in Spain's Catalonia region have left 14 dead and many more injured. How did events unfold?
• Spain attacks: How Barcelona rejected hate
From bringing flowers to challenging haters, people are pushing back after the day of terror.
• Cambrils: 'Pop pop, a couple of shots and he fell down'
A man who filmed the shooting in Cambrils described what he saw.
• Spain attacks: One police officer killed four Cambrils suspects
Five people in all were shot dead after a car was driven into pedestrians in Cambrils, Catalonia.
• Can vehicle attacks be prevented?
In just over a year Europe has seen seven attacks where vehicles have been used as weapons. Security correspondent Gordon Corera looks at what authorities are doing about it.
• The photo that highlights White House turmoil
In less than seven months, President Donald Trump's White House inner circle has transformed.
• Week in pictures: 12 - 18 August 2017
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
• Baghdad's Little Manchester
Old Trafford's footballing giants help Iraqis escape the uncertainty and violence of everyday life.
• Mexican muralists transform violent neighbourhoods
Graffiti artists turn a violent hillside neighbourhood in Pachuca into a colourful work of art.
• Barcelona and Cambrils attacks: 'I'm not afraid'
Catalans and Spaniards have responded in unity with the slogan 'No tinc por'. But can that unity last?
• In pictures: Sir Bruce Forsyth's extraordinary career
Look back at his life, from early variety stardom and game shows to Strictly Come Dancing.
• Rhino swept from Nepal to India by flooding rescued
The young rhino was swept 42km from Chitwan National Park by floods and found in an Indian village.
• NI golfer Joe Rooney scores two holes-in-one
The odds of an amateur golfer hitting two holes-in-one in the same round are 67 million to one.
• Should Washington and Jefferson monuments come down?
Trump's argument that the removal of Confederate statues is a slippery slope to changing history has recharged the perennial debate about America's tormented racial legacy.
• How Al Pacino came to my rescue
Sensing an epileptic fit is imminent Frank turns to a tried and tested way of controlling his episodes and leans on Al Pacino in a pub.
• The crowdfunded news agency risking all for Hong Kong scoops
A fledgling Hong Kong investigative news agency has quickly built a reputation for its scoops.
• Reflections on Sierra Leone's mudslide disaster
Reporter Umaru Fofana reflects on a week that saw horrific mudslide and flooding in the capital, Freetown.
• Reality Check: Are 15,000 transgender people serving in the US military?
The figure was widely quoted when President Trump announced plans to ban transgender military personnel, but is it right?
• ‘We were guinea pigs’: Jailed inmates agreed to birth control
The Tennessee county started offering time off inmate sentences in exchange for birth control
• 'Upskirting': It happened to me
After Gina Martin took a stand against 'upskirting', we asked if readers had ever experienced it. They had.
• England v West Indies: Alastair Cook's 243 puts hosts in control of first Test
Alastair Cook churns out 243 as England tighten their grip on West Indies on day two of the day-night Test at Edgbaston.
• Philippe Coutinho: Liverpool refusing to sell is damaging - Jermaine Jenas
Liverpool's refusal to sell Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona is like "cutting off your nose to spite your own face", says Jermaine Jenas.
• Chelsea: Question about Diego Costa has Antonio Conte in stitches
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte sees the funny side when asked about wantaway striker Diego Costa saying he has been treated like a 'criminal'.
• Rory McIlroy: World number four plans to defend FedEx Cup title
Rory McIlroy indicates that he will play again this year after saying last week that his rib injury might keep him out until 2018.
• Rafael Nadal beats Albert Ramos in Cincinnati Open for quarter-final place
Rafael Nadal moves into the Cincinnati Open quarter-finals with victory over fellow Spaniard Albert Ramos.
• Pint-sized TMS: England take control against West Indies thanks to 243 from Alastair Cook
Alastair Cook finishes on 243 as England tighten their grip on the West Indies on a rain-affected second day of the first day-night Test at Edgbaston.