Towns and cities across Wales fall silent to remember the Manchester attack victims
The 15-year-old was found at the bottom of a cliff by his father who had been searching for him.
Expectations and detail were not set out clearly from the start of the 21st Century Schools programme, a report says.
All city centre cordons are lifted and roads reopened, nearly five hours after police were called.
The app is to keep people in Cardiff safe in the event of a "major incident".
Data shows 55% of people would try to swim, would panic or remove clothing if they fell into water.
Many young people are not able to recognise they have been groomed or exploited, a charity says.
Welsh pole vaulter Sally Peake says athletes will be "proud" to compete at Manchester's Great City Games following the attack in the city on Monday.
Chris Coleman is focused purely on reviving Wales' World Cup hopes in Serbia and not about his long-term future.
Promoter and former world champion Barry McGuigan says a fight between Carl Frampton and Lee Selby "will happen".
Wales manager Chris Coleman teases the media when asked about being linked with the vacant Crystal Palace job.
Reports say investigators believe Mr Trump's son-in-law has information relevant to the Russia probe.
Lucas Papademos is injured when an explosive device, said to be a letter bomb, goes off in his car.
A distress signal spotted in a remote region prompts fears that someone could be missing.
The US military says the March air strike detonated explosives militants had hidden in the building.
There is concern about the increasing theft of oxygen bottles from high camps.
At least five companies have pulled ads after Sean Hannity's perpetuation of a conspiracy theory.
The president says other countries are not paying their "fair share".
Three men are put to death in the Gaza Strip for the killing of a Hamas leader in March.
The survivor said finding love after 17 operations felt like a miracle.
The parents of a pregnant teenager branded "immoral" and barred from her school graduation ceremony plan their own event.
The Facebook founder told millennials to create a world 'where everyone has a sense of purpose'.
EU sceptic Ted Malloch never was a candidate, officials in Washington say.
Melissa Smith was filling up her car in Milwaukee when a man jumped into the driver's seat.
Speaking to Nato leaders in Brussels, the US president also called for alliance members to pay more.
China's football authority wants a 100% tax on loss-making clubs that sign foreign players.
Three people have been killed and hundred of homes destroyed as Russia declares a state of emergency.
A Guardian reporter recorded the moment he was allegedly assaulted by a Republican candidate.
Here's how Norway is celebrating its fishy new bank note.
The Strictly finalist stars in a new version of the Hollywood classic On The Town.
A pocket holding 178 pills was strapped to the bird which was caught near the Iraq border - report.
Group finds a billion roubles in worthless banknotes at abandoned mine near Moscow.
Singer burns skin-coloured outfit after criticism from religious figures.
Islanders on tiny Pacific atoll may have helped themselves to burning boat's illicit cargo.
Singer-songwriter president Almazbek Atambayev releases guitar ballads to local acclaim.
Eddie Maher went on the run after driving off with £1.2m in a Securicor van. Remarkably, he kept it up for 19 years taking a wife and children from one US city to another.
A popular Chinese soap gets people talking about whether chastity is still a big deal for modern women.
Australians have been transfixed by Schapelle Corby's case for years - now she is heading home.
John Kerry joked about Americans learning Russian, but global politics do influence languages studied.
Not a warm meeting, but not a dire one - while Mr Obama has fun nearby.
How English footballer Stanley Matthews conquered Ghana
Malta has tried to shake off claims it is the "Panama of the EU" - but the EU is worried about its tax system.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Last year Salama Ali uncovered a secret - that the al-Shabab militant group was seizing Kenyan woman and turning them into sex slaves.
The Tejas Express has begun running between Mumbai and the tourist state of Goa.
It's fair to say they did not have the time of their lives watching ABC's reprise of the 1987 film.
Nato leaders are playing down President Trump's first visit to the Brussels HQ.
Unlike other Commonwealth countries, the nation has never had a treaty with its indigenous peoples.
Pakistani officials investigate two incidents in which the drug was found on London-bound planes.
Flying between the West African capitals of Freetown and Banjul should take about an hour. But as the BBC's Umaru Fofana found out, it can be quicker and easier to fly via Morocco or even Belgium.
Donald Trump is proposing the first, federal paid family leave law. How far does it go?
An audience member produces a leaflet he claims is from a mosque attended by the Manchester bomber's father.
A Question Time audience member talks about his daughter's experience after the Manchester attack.
The Queen speaks to children injured in Monday's attack, and listens to their stories.
A crowd breaks out into a spontaneous rendition of Oasis' Don't Look Back in Anger following a one-minute's silence in St Ann's Square in central Manchester.
Medics speak about working to treat the victims of Manchester's bomb attack on Monday.
Communities in Manchester are coming together to condemn the bombing at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has denied "blaming the prime minister" for the Manchester attack.
Soldiers are backing up police following Monday's bomb attack at Manchester Arena.
West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan’s son is united with the homeless man who helped victims during the Manchester attack.
A book borrowed in Dudley eight years ago turned up at a library in Kentucky, US.
20-year-old Jack Spring is in Cannes hoping to get backing for his first film Destination: Dewsbury.
People of Manchester talk of their shock and determination to unite together through their grief.
Tarleton Primary School where Saffie Roussos attended held an emotional assembly to remember her.
Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, Specialist Operations Metropolitan Police has told the BBC the "military will step forward to support the police".
The BBC's Gordon Corera explains what you can expect, after the UK terror threat was raised.
The neighbour of Salman Abedi's brother tells BBC Newsnight Abedi's recent behaviour was threatening.
A mother of three answers her children's questions about the tragic events in Manchester.