BBC correspondent Chris Buckler explains what happens when lava flow meets the sea.
"Women will no longer be controlled or abused," says the star as she accepts the Billboard Icon award.
Disruption for passengers as Govia Thameslink Railway makes wholesale changes to its services.
Artists paid tribute to Avicii, who died last month aged 28, and there was an emotional plea from host Kelly Clarkson in the wake of a school shooting in Texas.
Your morning briefing for Monday 21 May 2018.
With 24 days to go until the World Cup, BBC Sport looks back to France '98, when David Beckham was sent off for kicking out at Diego Simeone.
The Gomes family have been sent their possessions that survived the fire.
The mothers of a Manchester attack victim and a killed IS fighter have become great friends.
Yuriy is one of the local fans embarrassed about hotel prices in the city ahead of the Champions League final.
Threats include the 'jamming' of military satellites used by the army, defence secretary warns.
The opposition complains of vote influencing in the election, as President Maduro seeks a new term.
Data from the UK's 25 busiest airports shows planes took off 15 minutes late on average last year.
It's claimed that clothes moths are on the increase - but is there evidence to back this up?
The Parole Board is reviewing whether to free Russell Causley, who has never revealed where his wife's body is.
The City is being used as "a base for the corrupt assets" of President Putin's allies, says a report.
Lena Dunham, Oprah Winfrey and others say leaders are "on notice" to use their power for women.
The British presenter-turned-actress talks about body image, equal pay and the #MeToo movement.
North Korea is poised to dismantle a nuclear test site, but is it going far enough?
People affected by the blaze will remember loved ones, as the public inquiry into the blaze begins.
Almost 3,000 newly-discovered photos show New Yorkers having fun during the city's darkest days.