A British couple who died while on holiday in Egypt moved their granddaughter out of their room when she complained of a "musty smell" that made her feel unwell, an inquest has heard.
The EU is no longer planning to sue Ireland over its failure to recover €14.3bn (£12.7bn) in back taxes and interest from Apple after the company handed over the money.
UN officials looking into abuse against Rohingyas says the level of brutality carried out by Myanmar's military is "hard to fathom".
Emmanuel Macron has promised a cash injection to provide much-needed relief to France's healthcare system.
Germaine Greer has sparked outrage by comparing the trauma felt by rape victims to her fear of spiders.
Jeremy Hunt has been praised for becoming the first UK minister to give a speech in Japanese.
Europol has warned of 15 ways in which people can fall prey to cyber criminals as it launched a report on the dangers of the web.
A man has been charged with murder following the discovery of a champion golfer's body on a US course.
A deal to set up a demilitarised zone in Syria's Idlib province has prevented a "humanitarian crisis", Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said.
A soft robot jellyfish that can swim through openings narrower than its body could be used to monitor delicate delicate environments in the ocean, scientists have said.
He may be slipping in the opinion polls, but Emmanuel Macron is still riding high with one important constituency - online shoppers.
It is "highly plausible" that a Pussy Riot protester who fell critically ill in Berlin was poisoned, doctors say.
Russia has blamed Israel and threatened retaliation after one of its military planes was shot down by Syrian missiles in a "friendly-fire" incident.
England international rugby player Sam Burgess has said he is happy for investigators to "get to the truth" after being embroiled in a sexting scandal.
Coca Cola has confirmed it is interested in exploring the possibilities of using a cannabis compound in some of its drinks.
Iran's foreign minister has accused Twitter of double standards in shutting down the profiles of real Iranians while letting an army of fake bot accounts continue unhindered.
A Japanese internet entrepreneur is to be the first "space tourist" to fly round the moon.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has welcomed South Korea's president Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang for their historic summit.
China has announced a series of retaliatory tariffs on $60bn (£45.6bn) of US imports after Donald Trump raised the stakes in his trade war with Beijing.
A British diver who helped rescue boys trapped in a Thai cave is suing Elon Musk for $57,000 (£43,300) after the Tesla chief called him a paedophile.