Hashem Abedi is set to appear in a UK court charged with killing 22 in the 2017 attack, police say.
The EU Commission's first vice-president claimed ministers turned up to Brussels without a plan in 2017.
The rare declaration comes after Ebola killed more than 1,600 people in the DR Congo.
This follows deliveries of the first parts of a Russian S-400 missile defence system to Turkey.
The men were arrested after a British woman alleged she was raped, according to local reports.
Matthew Bell is facing jail, but questions remain about why it took so long to catch him.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt make their last pitches to Conservative members before voting closes.
Tourists are getting less than a euro for their pounds in some foreign exchange kiosks.
The 25-year-old is also given a lifetime ban by airline Jet2 for "extremely disruptive behaviour".
Carl Beech's legal team says he "genuinely believed" his paedophile ring allegations to be true.
A new exhibition at Buckingham Palace explores Queen Victoria's modernisation of the Royal Family.
BBC weather presenter Simon King says the insects showed up as "very light precipitation".
Chennai is India's sixth largest city, but its residents are relying on trucks and trains to bring them water.
Up to 15 bridges across London will eventually become part of the Illuminated River project,
Lizzie Daly says she was surprised by how enormous the "gentle giant" was when she swam next to it.
The props belonged to Veruca Salt in the 1971 movie Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.
Onlookers watched as a huge pod of dolphins - known as a super- or megapod - swam alongside them.
Apollo 11's journey seen from Mission Control
A hundred years after the first tearoom was founded, mystery still surrounds the Bettys name.
Ideas from a mental health 'revolution' in Trieste in the 1970s are helping patients recover today.
The Moon appears red on the day of the 50th anniversary of the historic space flight.
The Emojis have been released by Apple and Android to better represent disabled people.
Could a year's global plastic waste circle the Earth four times over?
The BBC has obtained footage of the night which shows unarmed police and members of the public as they tried to confront the armed men.
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An app that transforms photos of people's faces into younger and older versions has gone viral.
Leg bones are found by veterans and archaeologists at a former field hospital in Belgium.
Labour is promising to end in-work poverty in its first term if it wins the next election.
Sam Fender is among the acts who force themselves to take time out of hectic schedules.
A new medical guide aims to improve the chances of saving children's lives, and limbs, in war zones.
The world’s most powerful drug kingpin was enamoured by his own legend and it cost him his freedom.
After three bouts of trembling in public, Germany's Angela Merkel health has come under scrutiny.
Controversial cannabis firm Ignite's UK launch is causing a backlash in the nascent industry.
Ingrid Michaelson is such a fan of the Netflix sci-fi show she's written a whole album about it.
Some in the US state of Virginia are appalled by the president’s tweets about lawmakers - but others stand by him.
Golf has realised it needs to make the sport more attractive to women, on and off the playing course.
The world's best players and about 215,000 spectators are ready to descend upon Royal Portrush as it hosts its first Open Championship since 1951.
England are through to the Netball World Cup semi-finals after beating Trinidad and Tobago 72-46 in Liverpool.
Celtic ease aside FK Sarajevo to set up a Champions League second qualifying round meeting with Nomme Kalju on Estonia.
Newcastle defender Federico Fernandez says he "understands" fans concerns over the appointment of Steve Bruce.
Anthony Joshua's rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr looks set to take place in New York in November or Cardiff in December.
Watch the best skills from day six of the Netball World Cup, including England's Rachel Dunn's impressive shot with an injured wrist and Trinidad & Tobago's reverse-bounce passes.
Tiger Woods has mastered golf courses all around the world, but struggles to pick up on a Northern Irish accent during a press conference at the 2019 Open.
Crew on the Russian ship blocked from leaving the port of Leith over safety fears receive donations.
Harry and Shirley Taggerty were struck by a grey Ford Fiesta at about 10:10 on Saturday.
Bee Asha Singh was unable to leave her house after she was raped, but used music to overcome trauma.
A 32-year-old man needed hospital treatment after he was attacked in the High Street of Kirkcaldy on Saturday.
The man spent four days in hospital with back and hip pain but he was not given a hip X-ray.
Jacquie says it was like a fire ripping through her family after five relatives died because of drug addiction.
Police say the death of the 22-year-old in Edinburgh is not being treated as suspicious.
Peter Haring's persistent injury problem means he could miss the Scottish Premiership kick-off as Hearts look to sign a another midfielder.
Tom James says players in Leagues One and Two "don't get a look-in" with Wales and hopes being at Hibernian will boost his international chances.
Aberdeen sign Scunthorpe United midfielder Funso Ojo in a £125,000 deal after beating off competition from Hibernian.
Jim Goodwin endures a difficult start as St Mirren manager as his top-flight side lose to second-tier Dunfermline Athletic in their League Cup opener.
Scottish Premiership sides Hibernian, Hamilton Academical and Livingston all failed to win their League Cup group openers against lower-tier opposition.
Hearts take a significant step towards the Scottish League Cup last 16 after beating Dundee United in a shoot-out after the sides drew 1-1 at Tynecastle.
Hibernian are "really happy with the pitch" they have made to Funso Ojo as they battle with Aberdeen for the Scunthorpe midfielder's signature, says manager Paul Heckingbottom.
Hibernian and Aberdeen both had offers of around £125,000 accepted by Scunthorpe United for defensive midfielder Funso Ojo.
Former Scotland striker Garry O'Connor has been charged with exposing himself in a North Berwick hotel.
Hearts manager Craig Levein feels "partly responsible" for Peter Haring's pelvic problems, with the Austrian midfielder due to see a specialist.
As forced marriages reported in Scotland increase, Nyla Khan describes being taken to Pakistan to marry aged 17.
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 5 to 12 July.
2. Brits would rather cancel Brexit than leave without a deal. The British public would rather cancel Brexit or hold a second referendum than face a no-deal on 31 October if the new prime minister cannot agree a fresh agreement, according to a new survey. The poll found 43 per cent of voters would opt for revoking the decision to leave the EU over a disorderly Brexit, which was backed by 38 per cent. The Independent
3. Working long hours is bad for our health. A recent study has shown that long days of 10 hours or more increase our risk of stroke, adding another black mark to the list of issues already associated with failing to switch off, such as poor mental health and weight gain. Britons have a longer working week than anyone else in the European Union, clocking up 42.3 hours per week on average. The World Economic Forum points to concerns around automation, slow wage growth, and increasing underemployment. The Times
4. It’s not easy being the “only one” at work. Minorities in the office have fewer role models, lack a sense of community and are under pressure to keep up and outperform their peers. Female employees who are the only women in the office are 50% more inclined to quit their jobs, according to a McKinsey & Company and Lean In survey of 64,000 workers. Some ways to embrace being an “only” in the office are recognising the bias and creating relationships with allies over time. New York Times
5. How can men help women gain equality in the workplace? Champion female colleagues rather than talking over them. A recent study of male managers revealed that 60% were uncomfortable participating in a common work activity with a woman, and many men say the MeToo era has them paranoid about being hauled in front of HR. But the solution is simple: mentor women, support them, and don't harass them. [MORE]
6. For young employees, relocating pays off. For workers aged 18 to 34, relocating abroad boosted their earnings by 35%, according to HSBC’s new Expat survey. The benefits were smaller for older workers, with those between 35 and 54 seeing a 24% bump and those 55 and over gaining just 9% from moving overseas. Switzerland was ranked the top destination to live and work after Singapore held the top spot for five consecutive years. CNBC
7. Obesity causes more cases of cancer than smoking. Obesity is a more common cause of four types of cancer than smoking, a new billboard campaign by Cancer Research UK is warning. The charity says bowel, kidney, ovarian and liver cancers are more likely to be caused by being overweight than by smoking tobacco. The Times notes that 15 million Britons are obese, while six million adults smoke - a reversal of the situation in the early 1990s. BBC
8. Use of high street banks in decline. By 2021, more people in the UK will use apps to do all their banking than visit physical branches, according to research - and within another three years, 71% will opt to bank solely using their mobile phone. The trend comes as digital banks like Monzo, Revolut and Starling [my bank of choice] attract customers with their focus on accessibility and user experience. But are there downsides to this trend? Outside of major cities, high street banks undoubtedly provide a critical service. The Guardian
9. The BBC’s talent bill grows by £11m. While a handful of male stars took a pay cut, Gary Lineker remained the BBC’s highest earner, taking home £1.75m. Radio 2’s Zoe Ball and political editor Laura Kuenssberg were among those to receive pay rises as the BBC’s talent bill topped £158m. Last month, the BBC announced it was scrapping free TV licenses for two-thirds of Britons over 75. Meanwhile, TV licence sales have fallen for the first time in a decade. The Telegraph
10. The bottom line. 340,498 people moved from London to other parts of the UK last year – 103,228 more than arrived in the capital from the regions. Office of National Statistics
They warn the party must become proactive in tackling the issue at grassroots level.
The BBC has obtained footage of the night which shows unarmed police and members of the public as they tried to confront the armed men.
Fifty members of a family celebrating a children's birthday party narrowly avoided tragedy.
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Hip-hop lover Nicholas Uzoka was given permission to rap instead of write his final coursework.
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Two Scottish wildcat kittens have been born in a captive breeding programme in the Highlands.
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Philip Hammond warns that the UK will not be able to control key elements of a no-deal Brexit.
The prime minister has told the BBC that she will leave the job with a "mixture of pride and disappointment"
Nyla Khan was 17 when she was forced to marry her cousin during a family holiday to Pakistan.
Author Rachel Edwards said in the past people have asked her "what are you doing here?".
Based on the real-life murder of Breck Bednar, the play aims to teach teenagers about online grooming.
Rory Cellan-Jones kept a video diary of the proton beam therapy he received for his eye tumour.
Young Reporter Kacey shares her journey of living with alopecia since the age of six.
A London primary school has introduced innovative measures to improve pupils' mental wellbeing.
“I’m on top of the world, Daddy” said three-year-old Jaxon Krzysix on top of Ben Nevis.
Annie McVey’s teenage daughter died in 2000 from the human form of mad cow disease, vCJD (variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease).
The project will restore habitats and ecosystems and explore innovative farming and forestry approaches.
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Anthony's partner, Gail Hadfield-Grainger gives emotional statement following a public inquiry into his death.
A no-deal Brexit would cost Virgin hundreds of millions of dollars, and lead to the group investing "a lot less" in Britain, Sir Richard Branson says.
To mark 40 years since their first record, two-tone legends The Specials play four home-coming gigs at Coventry Cathedral.
Moments after the resignation of the UK's ambassador the US, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn pay tribute to his service.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt traded jibes over Brexit, tax and their personalities in a feisty debate on ITV.
Jayne Rae says terminal breast cancer is "not the end of the line", as she has "a lot to give".
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Hackers stole 6,000 emails and other documents from a climate research centre almost 10 years ago.
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