Major powers agree to seek a nationwide "cessation of hostilities" in Syria to begin in a week's time, as well as measures to advance aid deliveries.
The prospect that the new contract for doctors in England could prompt thousands to work elsewhere is the key story for many papers, while others feel a gravitational pull towards coverage of black holes.
The partner of Sian Blake is arrested by UK police on suspicion of murdering the ex-EastEnders actress and her two sons.
Research for a teaching union suggests new tests in England for four-year-olds are unreliable and disrupt children's start to school.
The UK has called the apparent abduction of a bookseller from Hong Kong a "serious breach" of the treaty that paved the way for the city's return to China.
Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clash over their support for the president in their first debate since the New Hampshire primary.
Ten NHS chief executives whose names appeared on a letter recommending Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt impose contracts on junior doctors in England say they do not back the move.
Kim Kardashian's chart-topping Kimoji web icons are facing new competition from a set of emojis mocking North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
International Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde, the first woman to hold the position, has been nominated for a second term at the helm.
Japanese shares open sharply lower on Friday amid concerns over the global economy and following falls in the US and Europe.
A battle between rival groups at a prison near Monterrey in northern Mexico leaves 49 people dead and 12 injured, state officials say.
After weeks of uncertainty the junior doctors' row has moved to a new level this week. BBC health editor Hugh Pym assesses what happens now.
Spanish cities renew a push to erase Franco-era street names
Many Mexicans hope Pope Francis will help lift the deep despair they feel over violence and corruption, when he visits, as Katy Watson reports.
A mother fights those humiliating her child in a meme
English parish councils have doubled their share of the council tax in some areas, prompting warnings they may be subject to the same referendum rules as larger authorities.
What was the tradition of Kissing Friday?
Jonathan Amos reflects on the significance of Thursday’s announcement – and the mind-boggling scale of the black hole merger itself.
Is Germany dragging down the eurozone? To understand why some see Germany as a problem we must start with the countries hit hardest by the financial crisis, says Andrew Walker.
Almost two million captive-bred fish and larvae were released in 2015 to boost populations in England's rivers, says the Environment Agency.