A suspect is arrested nearby after a standoff with police.
Prince William says he has "thrice the worry now" as he and Catherine leave hospital with their 8lb 7oz baby.
The world gets its first glimpse of the newborn boy who is fifth in line to the throne.
Compensation is also promised - as Labour warns against "token" sums for those affected.
A national commemoration of the murdered teenager will take place on 22 April each year, the PM says.
Actresses open up about sexual harassment in Bollywood and why more women haven't spoken out.
Details from the Paradise Papers show millions were secretly invested in the UK via offshore firms.
Chef Matt Campbell, 29, posted on Twitter that it was his second marathon in two weeks.
The Italian foreign office says it hopes the terminally ill toddler "can get immediate transfer to Italy".
Computer chaos for customers continues as one man gets access to someone else's accounts.
Jay Crouch has two new kidneys, a liver, pancreas and small bowel and is learning how to eat.
The wounded veteran who received the organ transplant says he feels "finally more normal".
The trial feature skips explicit tracks but only works on Apple devices and lacks a parental lock.
The royal birth is celebrated with pictures of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their new boy on the front pages.
The non-royal babies born shortly before the Duchess of Cambridge's third child.
A robot carried on to the pitch feeds panoramic live images and sound back to Jack McLinden's tablet.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is the first Egyptian to win the PFA Player of the Year award.
Five steps to understanding it, ahead of a symbolic vote on the issue this week.
Lonnie's tongue is about to be removed. What will he say to loved ones with his final words?
BBC News NI reporter Louise Cullen is shown how to perform CPR on a dog.
The women who spent years protecting Britain in secret underground bunkers.
The man building a four-storey castle out of recycled plastic bottles.
The newly discovered canopy-dwelling ants are nicknamed after their bizarre defensive behaviour.
The game Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice has won many awards and fans for its portrayal of psychosis, but what do those who experience hallucinations and delusions think of it?
Relive the inspirational stories, record breakers and marriage proposals at another eventful London Marathon.
The Olympic diver says the prospect of being a father has changed his perspective on life.
The way Pyongyang's middle-class enjoy themselves is changing, but rural areas continue to miss out.
Matthew Rees helped a struggling David Wyeth over the finish line in the 2017 London Marathon.
BBC coverage of latest developments
The government again insists the UK will leave the customs union after Brexit.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have had a third child, but what difference does birth order make?
One man has 'got his mum back' from the ravages of Alzheimer's, partly thanks to a change in her diet.
When Holly fell pregnant with her ex-partner's child, he became violent and controlling.
Stars like Zoe Saldana and Chris Pratt are defending the genre against movie "snobs" but does it matter?
The actress portrays Marie-Therese Walter in a new dramatisation of Picasso's life.
Australian entrepreneurship Jo Horgan turned a love of makeup into 87-strong chain of cosmetics stores.
Hull is revelling in its success and handing the baton to Coventry - but is it worth it?
A £20m Elizabethan venue being built in Prescot is aimed at putting itself on the Shakespeare map.
The unlikely personal rapport between Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump raises France's global profile.
For decades the BBC denied job applicants were vetted by MI5 - but vetting continued at the corporation until the 1990s.
Ten years ago I tried to live without plastic for a month. A decade on, would it be easier or harder?
Theo Walcott scores his first goal since January as Everton beat Newcastle to move up to eighth in the Premier League.
England captain Dylan Hartley is ruled out of the summer tour of South Africa because of concussion.
Two lucrative global football tournaments could get the go-ahead from football's world governing body Fifa next month.
Watch former Chelsea player Marko Marin take an unusual dive in a Greek Super League game between Olympiacos and Apollon Smyrnis.
Number eight seed Shaun Murphy is knocked out of the first round of the World Championship by Welshman Jamie Jones.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp asks fans to "show respect" outside Anfield before Tuesday's Champions League tie against Roma.
Ian Durrant opposed a mosque planned in Lincoln - until anti-Islamic groups called him "brother".
A team of African asylum seekers, All Black FC, hope football can change their lives in Hong Kong.
Why mixing only with people who are similar to us means we could be missing out.
An idyllic holiday resort on the banks of the Red Sea was a base for Israeli spies with a secret mission.
The former US First Lady never accepted a passive role, and campaigned for social justice.
John Corcoran graduated from university and became a teacher for 17 years - but he had an extraordinary secret.
How death row prisoner Susan Kigula studied law and changed Uganda's legal system.
When powerful women began talking about their experience of sexual abuse, it had an effect on some of the most powerless women in the UK.
Opioid addicts are turning to a clinic in Mexico to break their addiction with a treatment that's illegal in the US.
Net earnings jump almost 73% in the first quarter as revenues from internet advertising climb.
Government says it is "minded" to investigate Trinity Mirror deal to buy the Star and Express newspapers.
Seven countries asked the European Commission to review the purchase of the music identification app.
Will the new royal baby encourage people to loosen their purse strings?
The outsourcing firm is undergoing a major overhaul but its boss says it is not the same as Carillion.
Manchester-based Supreme will raise £10m to build a new factory to make vaping liquid.
The EY Item Club predicts two rises this year and two next year, despite sluggish economic growth.
The experiment in paying a basic income to 2,000 jobless Finns will not be expanded.
Safestyle UK, based in West Yorkshire, blamed "aggressive" new competition in the market.
Free trade with the EU post-Brexit is "crucial" for UK food and drink firms, says a committee of MPs.
It's not all doom and gloom for UK retailers: some are managing to buck the trend.
The airline boss's daughters have lost their tempers in separate incidents that hit the headlines.
Rachel Barrie is a rarity in the world of Scotch whisky - a female master blender.
Martin Lewis is taking Facebook to court because of fake adverts showing his face.
A whisky master blender explains how she detects an orchestra of flavours and aromas in Scotland's national drink.
The governor of the Bank of England has said that an interest rate rise is "likely" this year, but any increases will be gradual.
Farmers are turning to robots to plant seedlings and pick produce because of human worker shortages.
Challenges lay ahead for Africa's airlines as they are granted greater access to the continent.
Privately-owned Lanseria airport in South Africa has big ambitions to increase its capacity.
Brazil's Odebrecht scandal is one of the biggest corporate corruption cases in history.
Once synonymous with cheap flights and pre-breakfast pints - is Stansted Airport about to become glamorous?
This weekend's London Marathon will make 90,000 compostable cups available for runners.
How can you create public transport in the jungle without polluting it? The isolated Achuar peoples of Ecuador have created an ingenious solution.
Farmers are working on robotic solutions due to a shortage of human workers to pick difficult crops.
The World Trade Organization faces challenges on two fronts that threaten the way it does business.
Chris Richardson's life fell apart after the bank took his hotel and sold it to its own property division.
What should parents say to teenagers who seem to be playing on their computers more than revising for exams?
Is the fusion of biology and technology speeding us towards a synthetic future?
The fitness tracking firm, co-founded by James Park, has been struggling in a more competitive market.
Automatic braking systems could save 1,000 lives on the UK's roads over the next decade.
Coffee in five charts: How coffee drinking varies around the world.
Big rewards are available for hackers who can spot when websites have got their coding wrong.
A good Brexit deal will be vital to the continuing health of the UK car industry say observers.
The Harry Potter author is running an international campaign to stop children being isolated in poor-quality institutions.
Data harvesting is a multi-billion dollar industry privacy campaigners believe is far too opaque.
Richard Reed, one of the co-founders of smoothie firm Innocent, looks back on the company's meteoric growth.
Mark Meechan was fined £800 after teaching a dog to give a Nazi salute.
Police in Florida are criticised for allegedly entering a funeral home to use a dead man's finger to unlock his smartphone.
Google and Amazon have been caught up in Russian attempts to block the Telegram messaging app.
Iran bans its banks from using Bitcoin, amid money-laundering concerns.
The health secretary wants action from the sites on underage use, bullying and screen-time limits.
The media regulator says launching more local TV stations in the UK is not viable.
Organisations have just seven weeks to prepare for a major shake-up to EU data privacy laws.
How does a free app with no adverts go about becoming a success with Hollywood actors whilst giving away thousands in cash?
An investigation found groups offering free accommodation for young men in exchange for sex.
Android phones are beginning to receive Google's feature-rich new service called Chat.
Publishing giant Axel Springer has lost a long-running case seeking to limit the use of Adblock Plus.
A total of 1.5 billion international Facebook users will not be protected under GDPR.
TalkTalk, Vodafone and BT drew the most complaints for their services, the regulator says.
The odd jobs marketplace has been investigating a "cyber-security incident".
The rapidly changing value of crypto-currency has been turned into a mobile game.
The digital vandalism was spotted by a security researcher and has since been fixed.
Amid a privacy crisis, Facebook asks permission to expand use of facial recognition technology.
The first AI fairytale has been written by an algorithm, a company claims - a taste of future story-telling?
US retailer Wish.com is admonished by UK ad watchdog for the third time since November.
The Internet Watch Foundation found more than 78,000 website addresses with child abuse images in 2017.
The man fled from Iceland to Sweden on a passenger plane reportedly also carrying the prime minister.
MPs say it is "alarming" plans to improve cyber-security after the Wannacry attack have not been agreed.
TaskRabbit says it is working with law enforcement, and its website is offline.
Russia blocks millions of IP addresses in move to shut down Telegram messaging platform.
Roblox and Fortnite enable players to talk to interact with each other via online chat.
Damages could amount to "billions of dollars", the judge says.
The firm paid $40m (£27m) over claims it employed false ringtones rather than fixing call problems.
What Remains of Edith Finch scores an upset by beating Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice at the Baftas.
Nintendo's Shinya Takahashi says he is "very happy" with the company's success at the Baftas.
Making a video game about mental health was worth the risk, says its creator.
The award-winning games designer says many of his classics became unplayable on modern machines.
South Korea says silencing the propaganda broadcasts will help set the mood for the inter-Korean summit.
Biplap Deb cited the ancient Hindu epic Mahabharata but his statement has attracted ridicule.
What do pictures of two guys pointing at each other and yelling tell us about how a meme begins and ends?
The big winner at the Bafta Games Awards was Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, including Best Performer - won by a video editor.
Machines that can fully mimic natural body movements are still a long way off, says Will Jackson.
The scientist aims to develop therapies to repair damage at the molecular and cellular level.
MIT CSAIL's NanoMap system enables drones to avoid obstacles while flying at 20 mph (32km/h)
Click talks to Alexis Wajsbrot, the visual effects supervisor for Thor: Ragnarok.
As many councils struggle with budget issues to deliver services such as social care, new technology is being used in one trial area.
BBC Click's Jen Copestake looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
The messaging app is working around attempts to block it by authorities.
The team behind God of War tell Newsbeat the gaming industry is maturing to tackle more complex emotions than ever before.
The C-Thru lens uses augmented reality to improve firefighters’ sight in poor visibility.
Nasa's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (Tess) searches for new planets.
This week's NFL Draft will include a parrot, Chewbacca, R2-D2 and the US Olympic gold-medal winning curling team.
Some big names are out of contract this summer, but which of them could provide the best value?
Meet Joseph Chamberlain College girls - the FA People's Cup futsal team inspiring Muslim women to take up football.
With Arsenal looking for Arsene Wenger's successor, James Horncastle, Rafael Honigstein and Julien Laurens of the Euro Leagues Football Show analyse the candidates.
Olympic champion Anna van der Breggen will race in May's Tour de Yorkshire, along with Britain's Katie Archibald and Dani Rowe.
Great Britain claim two medals at the International Blind Sports Federation's Judo Grand Prix in Turkey.
Derbyshire win their first County Championship match at home since 2014 with victory over Middlesex.
Kelly Sibley retires from playing for England after winning bronze with the women's team at the Commonwealth Games earlier this month.
Partick Thistle managing director Ian Maxwell will become the Scottish FA's new chief executive at the end of the season.
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Watch five of the best shots as qualifier Jamie Jones recovers from 8-5 down to knock out number eight seed Shaun Murphy 10-9 in the first round of the World Championship.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has asked fans to "show respect" outside Anfield before their side face Roma.
BBC Sport follows Tottenham fans Anna and Megan to their FA Cup semi-final with Manchester United at Wembley, Spurs' home-from-home this season.
British number one tennis player Kyle Edmund tells BBC Sport about growing up as a Liverpool fan before their Champions League semi-final first leg against Roma.
Olivier Giroud's brilliant semi-final goal helps Chelsea beat Southampton 2-0 to reach the FA Cup final and set up a meeting with Manchester United.
Chelsea's hopes of reaching the Women's Champions League final diminish after they concede three away goals in their first-leg defeat by Wolfsburg.
Kevin Kilbane says he believes Arsene Wenger's comments about "unity" at the club were a "dig" at the Arsenal fans, because of their criticisms and protests against his reign.
BBC Sport profiles England defender Lucy Bronze, a nominee for the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2018 award.
From the 'Fab Four' to the 'Red Arrows' - how Liverpool have adapted since selling Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona.
Max Verstappen steals the headlines at Red Bull, but did Daniel Ricciardo's win in Shanghai prove he is the team's star man?
A selection of some of the most striking sports photographs taken around the world this week.
Who are the 'Lennon and McCartney' of the Premier League? Who has the bottle for World Cup? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week and pick your own.
This week's sport on the BBC includes the World Snooker Championship, Champions League semi-finals and the Azerbaijan Grand Prix
Roma pulled off 'The Great Beauty' against Barcelona, so is it dangerous to underestimate them against Liverpool?
Girls' Football Week is taking place from 23-29 April so find out what it entails, how to get involved and how we will be celebrating.
Who has the best technique? Who is the top break-builder? Snooker's finest on what makes the perfect player.
All you need to know about promotion, relegation and qualification for Europe in England and Scotland's top football leagues.
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