BBC News - Home (Sat, 27 May 2017 13:27:08 GMT) British Airways: Flights cancelled amid IT crashAll British Airways flights leaving Heathrow and Gatwick are cancelled until 18:00 BST. G7 talks: Trump allowed time over Paris climate change dealGermany calls it "six against one" - but the US will be given more time to consider the Paris accord. Kushner 'discussed secret line to Moscow' - US media reportsDonald Trump's son-in-law reportedly sought to use Russian facilities to reach Moscow officials. Portland deaths: Two stabbed trying to stop anti-Muslim abuseTwo men are stabbed to death on a train in Portland as they try to stop a man abusing two women. Manchester attack: Editor defends publishing leaked photosThe New York Times' decision to publish crime scene images was criticised by many in the UK. Chris Cornell: Friends and family at Soundgarden singer's funeralFriends and family attend the funeral of the Soundgarden singer at an LA cemetery. Manchester attack: Terror threat reduced from critical to severeThe national terrorism threat level comes down to severe, meaning an attack is likely, not imminent. Kashmir conflict: Top militant Sabzar Bhat killed, police sayHis death triggered protests with police firing tear gas to break up stone-throwing crowds. Afghanistan war: At least 13 dead in Khost bombingThe violence is the latest in a surge of attacks across the country, mostly blamed on the Taliban. Palestinians in Israeli jails end 40-day hunger strikeIsrael says the strike ended after an agreement to allow more family visits. Manchester attack: Ariana Grande plans benefit gigPop star Ariana Grande is to return to Manchester for a benefit gig in aid of the terror victims. Zbigniew Brzezinski, Carter's national security adviser, dies at 89The former national security adviser has passed away at the age of 89, his daughter announced. Clinton makes digs at TrumpShe appeared to compare Donald Trump to Richard Nixon in a speech at Wellesley College. Week in pictures: 20-26 May 2017A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week. 10 things we didn't know last weekDwayne Johnson "announced" he will run for president, and more news nuggets. How Balenciaga shaped modern fashionIt marks 100 years of his first fashion house in San Sebastian and 80 years of his Paris fashion house. How a diver discovered Spanish Armada goldGold from the Spanish Armada was discovered on the seabed off Northern Ireland's north coast 50 years ago Germany's Wacken hard rock festival gets beer pipelineThe underground pipeline is seen as cost-effective and eco-friendly for a major festival. Highs and lows of Trump's trip so far There have been plenty of talking points from President Trump's first foreign trip: here are a few. What's the French for 'bromance'?France's Emmanuel Macron strolls through a perfumed Sicilian garden with Canadian PM Justin Trudeau. Obama tees off in ScotlandAll eyes were on the former US president as he enjoyed a round of golf at St Andrews. Light festival dazzles visitors in SydneySydney is lighting up its landmarks in stunning colours for a light festival. See the world through adventurers' eyesThey filmed as they explored mountains and deserts - decades later, their footage is going online. Wimbledon fire: Blaze at All England Club tennis courtsLondon Fire Brigade said 20 firefighters were called to the fire at the All England Tennis Club. 7 days quiz: How does Russell Crowe know so much about Ed Sheeran?7 days quiz: How does Russell Crowe know so much about Ed Sheeran? Scientists warn about Vietnam pig's blood delicacyIn Vietnam, raw pig's blood is a well-known delicacy - but there are serious health risks. Mario Testino auctions off his private collectionMario Testino is auctioning off his private collection of art to raise money for his museum in Peru. Africa's week in pictures: High fives, robot wars and lanternsA selection of the best photos from across Africa this week. Inside Saudi Arabia's rehab centre for jihadistsFrank Gardner sees the work being done in Saudi Arabia to deradicalise former Guantanamo Bay inmates. Going off-grid - could you live in a house like this?The couple who have built a self-sufficient and totally recycled house. USA 1967: When American soccer's Summer of Love ended in tearsThe little-known tale of when the British inspired sports entrepreneurs to launch a football league in America. Does military intervention increase the terror threat?Is there a connection between UK military interventions and terror attacks? Eddie Maher: How I took my family on the run for 19 yearsEddie 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. How Facebook's tentacles reach further than you thinkShare Lab uses flow charts and data analysis to map one of the greatest forces shaping our world - Facebook. TV show triggers Chinese virginity debateA popular Chinese soap gets people talking about whether chastity is still a big deal for modern women. How an English footballer became a chief in GhanaThe 1957 tour that created the first global football superstar. Marco Silva: Watford appoint former Hull boss as new managerFormer Hull boss Marco Silva is named as the new manager of Watford, succeeding Walter Mazzarri at Vicarage Road. Arsene Wenger: Arsenal manager describes criticism as 'a disgrace'Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger describes the treatment he has faced this season as "a disgrace" that he will "never forget".