More than a quarter of a middle-aged person's skin may have already made the first steps towards cancer, a study suggests.
The BBC's Aidan Lewis looks at what is known about the structure of Islamic State (IS) and how the jihadist group is run.
Tensions are still high in Burundi following a failed coup bid as the people protest against their autocratic president, says Maud Jullien.
Politics and family make for a heady mix, especially when it involves right-wing views and the Le Pens, writes Jamie Coomarasamy.
Hampshire police agree a £20,000 out-of-court settlement with a rape victim after officers failed to investigate her complaint properly and arrested her.
There is much discussion of the latest immigration figures, and the Daily Mail says its investigation has prevented a teenager from joining Islamic State jihadists.
A memorial service is due to be held service at Gretna Green for the victims of Britain's worst rail disaster.
As the trade in human beings becomes more and more profitable, entire communities in Thailand are helping the traffickers, discovers Jonathan Head.
Jonathan Head has spent six months investigating the trafficking of humans in Thailand.
Victoria Derbyshire reporter Dan Johnson follows the police operation as West Bromwich Albion play Chelsea at The Hawthorns.
The cost of renting a home rose by 4.6% in the year to the end of April, the fastest rise since November 2010, a survey suggests.
The Clarks shoe company started using iPads to measure children's feet last year, and it's all about capturing invaluable foot data.
Why a shoe company measures kids' feet with iPads
Sun, surf... and grenades in Mogadishu
Why have women been seeing red at Cannes?
The full story - will a death in the family make Buba go to rehab?
How male and female bathing suits got smaller and smaller
Satellites have recorded a big sudden change in the behaviour of glaciers on the Antarctica Peninsula, according to a UK-based team.
The family of F1 driver Jules Bianchi are still hoping for miracle but admit the situation has become "stagnant".
John Simpson examines the successes of Islamic State and the consequences for those affected and the wider region.