The German leader criticises a charity's decision to bar foreigners from handouts.
Spurs are "likely" to request that their opening few Premier League games next season are played away from the redeveloped Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Heavy snowfall is hitting parts of the UK, causing road and rail disruption.
The airline will close its base at Glasgow Airport with more than 300 jobs expected to go as a result.
Police confirm three deaths outside Derrylin, County Fermanagh, as they continue to search the house.
Dubai police release the body of Sridevi Kapoor to her family, saying investigations are complete.
Huawei says the US wants to keep the Chinese firm out of the country because it is "too strong".
Russia says the bombardment of the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta will be halted for five hours a day.
Boris Johnson suggests London's automatic car charge payments are a "very relevant comparison".
Thomas Bjorn and Catriona Matthew will play in a mixed team in the European Tour's GolfSixes in May, which will also include all-female sides.
Parents confronted the now convicted child abuser before he left for the US, one ex-player has said
The Olympic sprinter will take on Robbie Williams's England team in the Soccer Aid charity match in June.
Police say conditions on some roads are treacherous and hundreds of trains have been cancelled.
US TV giant Comcast makes a bid for Sky challenging an existing offer from Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox.
The UK must not give up "control" of its trade policy to the EU after Brexit, Liam Fox will say.
A pair of smart shoes has been designed to let workers keep in touch via toe-tapped codes.
Your morning briefing for 27 February 2018.
Ex-officer says he was forced to leave Army after raising concerns about alleged shoot-to-kill policy.
Men delivering aid for the UN and international charities are exploiting women, the BBC has learned.
An Australian woman found the reptile as she packed food for her child, a snake handler says.