BBC News - World
Updated: 4 min 15 sec ago
Eyewitnesses say that many Iraqi civilians have been caught up and killed in the US led air strikes against so-called Islamic State in the battle for Mosul.
A charity is hoping to help sufferers in south Wales by launching the first self-help group of its kind in the area.
A judge rules the 18-year-old can stay in US as he faces political persecution in Singapore.
Harrison Ford explains to air traffic control why he landed on a taxiway, just missing a passenger jet.
Amid a worsening economic crisis, President Maduro of Venezuela asks the United Nations for help.
What evidence is there that Finland's famous baby boxes actually reduce infant mortality rates?
How illegal diamond mining is threatening the way of life of the Cinta Larga indigenous group in Brazil.
An astrologer in South Africa is fighting to get "magic" mushrooms legalised for use in spiritual ceremonies.
How children are bearing the brunt of the war in Yemen.
Alberto Mohamed returns to East Timor to find his family after 32 years.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen inside Mosul explains the challenges Iraq will face when IS are defeated.
Hong Kong chooses its next leader amid fierce divisions over stalled political reform in the city.
The UN looks into reports that 200 people, mostly civilians, died in an air strike in the past week.
It is seen as a huge blow to Mr Trump, who had pledged to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Repeal and replace Obamacare - it was his number one campaign promise. So what happened?
Ravindra Gaikwad has also been banned from flying on five major Indian airlines.
At least 11 people killed a sheep, undressed, and chained themselves up at the former Nazi camp.
Prosecutors are looking into claims Turks living in Switzerland are being spied on.
Guenter Lubitz said his son was not responsible for the Germanwings crash, which killed 150 people.
The State Department says the project, blocked by Barack Obama, is in the national interest.