Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says West Brom boss Tony Pulis has "an amazing record" at keeping clubs in the Premier League.
US special forces have killed a senior Islamic State member and captured his wife in a raid in eastern Syria, the Pentagon says.
The latest updates from the BBC at the 68th Cannes Film Festival
At least two people have been killed and 20 injured in western Germany after a train collided with a truck on a level crossing, police say.
Police are treating the death of a man at a flat in the Partick area of Glasgow as "suspicious."
A man is charged after another man was knocked unconscious in what police believe was a "good Samaritan" attack in Nottingham city centre.
Iraq is sending military reinforcements to the city of Ramadi, a day after Islamic State (IS) militants seized key buildings there.
A Russian rocket carrying a Mexican satellite has malfunctioned and crashed in Siberia, Russia's space agency says.
Prospective leaders of the Labour Party will face questions from the public at the annual conference of the think-tank Progress in London.
A free school built using £4.5m in public funds is "not viable" and will be taken over by a larger school, its sponsors say.
Film Director David Lynch announces that he will direct the sequel of the cult classic Twin Peaks after a month-long deadlock over budget concerns.
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney entered the ring with former heavyweight boxing champ Evander Holyfield on Friday night for a charity match.