The Five Star Party's leader attacks Sergio Mattarella after talks on forming a government break down.
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Labour urges Theresa May to back reform to NI's abortion law as the DUP says it is a devolved matter.
Consumers have criticised the chain's out-of-date shops, expensive products and rude staff.
Less than 1% of Russia's 144 million people are black. What is life like for them?
President Macron is to thank a Malian man who saved a child dangling from a fourth-floor Paris balcony.
Up to 8 inches (20cm) of rain fell on Ellicott City in two hours, according to local media.
Homes have been flooded and cars were left under water in parts of the city after heavy rain.
Rita Ora, Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift are among the stars performing at the multi-city festival.
Female doctors are paid on average £10,000 less than male doctors in England, figures show.
The two sides hold talks in the latest sign that the on-off Trump-Kim summit will be held after all.
Janine Milburn hopes the death of her "little girl" at a festival will deter others from taking drugs.
Those in the industry ask the PM to ensure they will continue to be able to hire EU workers.
Merseyside Police says it is aware of death threats made to Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius after the Champions League final.
An emotional plea from the mother of a teenager who died at a music festival leads some of Monday's papers.
Photographic student Harry Lloyd-Evans photographs surgical implants that are recovered and recycled after cremation.
A former MS-13 gang leader explains his life in one of Central America's most violent gangs.
Orla Kiely reveals the secrets behind the designs she's created over the past 20 years.
The US has imposed tariffs on Rwanda over an obscure import: Second-hand clothes.
The agriculturally-inspired Grade Up to Elite Cow is among more than 1,000 games collected at Leeds museum.
Jurgen Klopp appears in good spirits after his side's Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid, as he joins Reds fans to sing a defiant song about bringing the trophy "back to Liverpool".
Thousands of visitors were evacuated when a blaze engulfed part of Europa-Park on Saturday.
Newsbeat asks the stars performing at Swansea for their memories of their first attempt at music and lyrics.
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A look at how the Clinton/Lewinsky affair could have played out today, compared to the Trump/Stormy case.
A double-decker serving the North Yorkshire Moors has been named Britain's "most scenic" bus route.
Robert Biedron is one of Poland's rising political stars and tipped to run for president.
How does BBC Weather work out the chances of rain - and how should you read the forecast?
Of the top 100 artists whose works fetched the highest amounts at auction in 2017, 13 were women.
Read the experiences of the four surviving astronauts to have set foot on the lunar surface.
The successful campaign to repeal Ireland's Eighth Amendment turns to face the north.
James Blake has had enough of the "sad boy" label, and artists including Olly Alexander and Anne-Marie back him.
Divorce drama The Split reaches its climax just as a major divorce case is having its day in court.
Britain's Johanna Konta says being reminded of her poor French Open record by the media does not "make it easy" for her.
Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso criticised Sunday's Monaco GP, saying it was "not really racing" and "the most boring race ever".
Chris Froome's Grand Tour hat-trick changes the history books, but not the conversation around his standing in the sport.
Captain Joe Root urges England supporters to "keep believing" in his team following a sixth defeat in eight Tests.
Justin Rose claims his ninth PGA Tour title with a dominant three-shot win at the Fort Worth Invitational.
Italy's Francesco Molinari wins the PGA Championship by two shots from fellow overnight leader Rory McIlroy at Wentworth.
Chris Ashton scores a hat-trick as the Barbarians beat England for the first time in this fixture since 2014.
How Emile Cilliers' lifetime of cheating and lies led to his eventual unveiling as a would-be murderer.
Deborah McFadden was paralysed from the neck down in her 20s - she went on to adopt three children from different countries, two of whom would become successful athletes. How did she do it?
For the first time a badger baiting network is infiltrated by an undercover reporter.
The Parole Board is reviewing whether to free Russell Causley, who has never revealed where his wife's body is.
Robyn Hollingworth was just 25 when she left her job in London to help care for her dad who had early-onset Alzheimer's.