Former Celtic captain and manager Billy McNeill - the first Briton to lift the European Cup - has died aged 79.
Buckingham Palace is expected to announce on Tuesday that the US president will visit in early June.
Teenage activist Greta Thunberg, who will meet UK politicians, also praises climate change protesters.
The death toll from Sunday's bomb blasts rises to 310 and a state of emergency is in effect.
Your morning briefing for 23 April 2019.
Each year billions end up in landfill, but engineers have come up with a way to recover the plastic and other materials inside them.
The group offered "full and sincere apologies" to the journalist's family and friends, Irish News reports.
The driver of a pick-up truck escaped by forcing another motorist to drive him away.
The government will meet senior Labour Party figures in an attempt to solve the Brexit impasse.
Jeremy Corbyn says most deprived areas of England have been hit harder, so what do the figures show?
Alex Manners has been to all 92 football league clubs to raise awareness of autism.
A closer look at Extinction Rebellion's demands and how the government might try to achieve them.
The newspapers continue to focus on the Sri Lankan bombings and the victims of the attacks.
Designed by Scots engineers, the Phoenix is a new type of plane which can travel long distances and stay aloft for long periods.
Vehicle restorer Charles Palmer on his long-held fascination with bringing classic cars back to life.
BBC Sport profiles Olympique Lyonnais forward Ada Hegerberg, one of five nominees for the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year 2019 award.
Music, films and works of art are increasingly made using AI. But can machines ever be truly creative?
Deliveroo's "dark kitchens" are workspaces allowing restaurants to meet demand for app deliveries.
Drivers will find it harder to break speed limits, thanks to "intelligent speed assistance" systems.
Almost three quarters of companies are under-prepared for breaches, new research suggests.