The Portuguese footballer says he is "very happy" to be able to see his babies for the first time.
Culture secretary is "minded to" refer Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox takeover of Sky to the competition authority.
Parties must reach an agreement by 16:00 - or face the possibility of direct rule from Westminster.
Defending champion Andy Murray pulls out of his final warm-up match before Wimbledon because of a sore hip.
The Belfast Court of Appeal rules it is not up the courts to decide on NI abortion law.
Visa applicants from six mainly Muslim countries must have "close" family or business ties.
Makram Ali had been taken ill before being struck near a north London mosque, an inquest hears.
Three years after IS proclaimed a "caliphate", Iraqi forces are ready to pronounce its death.
This year's G20 summit is to focus on furthering the Paris climate deal, which Mr Trump opposes.
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen plays down the war of words with Lions counterpart Warren Gatland, and insists there is no animosity between the pair.
Injured pace bowler Jake Ball will miss Nottinghamshire's One-Day Cup final and England's first Test against South Africa.
Nigel Benn and Steve Collins tell BBC Sport they have agreed a rematch - even though neither boxer has fought since the 1990s.
Beauty brand Nars has had to explain itself to shoppers after it introduced animal testing on its cosmetic products in China.
Forget dogs - taking a parrot for a walk is the new craze thanks to Gerry and Rio.
Protesters greeted the president as he arrived at the $35,000 (£27,000) per person bash.
Your morning briefing for 29 June 2017.
Can we simplify the laws of robotics, governing the intelligent machines we will soon live alongside?
The National Crime Agency says it is increasingly concerned, in the agency's annual assessment.
MPs will vote on the government's legislative programme in an early test of Theresa May's authority.
The Vatican treasurer, Australia's most senior Catholic figure, is accused of "historical" offences.