North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrives in Vladivostok ahead of Thursday's talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The immigration raid targeted a group of 3,000 Central Americans who are trying to reach the US.
Under an earlier eugenics law, thousands were forcibly operated upon so they couldn't have children.
What US sanctions on Iran's oil industry might mean for you - and why they matter.
Some 4,500 people in Regensburg had to leave their homes overnight after a 250kg bomb was unearthed.
Officials fear the death toll in the port city of Durban may rise further after heavy rains.
Hong Kong activist Benny Tai says he will come back stronger after being jailed over the 2014 protests.
Further details emerge of the attackers behind the Easter Sunday bombings that killed 359 people.
Almost 90% of voters endorsed the amendments that could see President Sisi stay in power until 2030.
The White House refuses a request from Congress, raising the prospect of a lengthy legal battle.
A teacher describes how her husband apprehended an alleged bomber.
A court sentenced two of the leaders of 2014 pro-democracy demonstrations to 16 months in jail.
New Zealand and France will host a summit aimed at curbing the use of social media to promote terrorism.
The government says IS may be behind the attacks but that threat reports had not been shared.
Twitter says CEO Jack Dorsey spoke with the president about "the health of public conversation".
About half of such images reported to the Internet Watch Foundation in 2018 were hosted in the Netherlands.
The Ramayana, a 2,500-year-old mythological epic has been brought to the fore of the world's largest election
A revolutionary hero's suggestion that Cuba's food shortages could be resolved by eating ostrich is ridiculed online.
The jail ordeal of ex-Alstom executive Frédéric Pierucci is a warning for firms with a history of corruption.
Sudanese protest icon Alaa Salah tells the BBC of her unexpected fame after demonstrating against the country’s former leader.
Thousands of motorised fridges are driven around South Korea, providing yoghurt and companionship for isolated people.
Critics say the Russian government's latest controversial cyber laws are a form of censorship.
Mr Kim is to have his first-ever meeting with President Putin near the Russian city of Vladivostok.
It is the first seismic signal ever detected on the surface of a body other than Earth and its Moon.
What's the movement behind the groups of armed US civilians patrolling the US-Mexico border?
References to sexual and reproductive health were removed over US opposition to abortion.
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said his resignation was the only "logical outcome".
The move is to honour the US president for recognising Israeli sovereignty over the territory.
The Philippine president chastises Canada for failing to repatriate waste sent to his country.
The workers were sleeping as they were struck by what police have described as a "mud lake".
Volunteers provide water, food and support to those mourning the bombing in Negombo, Sri Lanka.
Drone home delivery company Wing will start deliveries in rural Virginia "within months".
Etihad Airways has completed the first long-haul flight while replacing 95 single-use plastic items.
Organisers of walkouts in protest at Google's treatment of women say they are facing backlash at work.
One of the men killed was crucified following his execution, an official statement says.
The Sri Lankan prime minister says the people responsible may be linked to the militant group.
The taxi driver in Sweden lent his credit card for three days to a customer who forgot his wallet.
The head of the military council tells the BBC force will not be used against protesting civilians.
A border militia group's leader is accused of training members to eliminate political figures.
A man with a large backpack can be seen walking into St Sebastian's church just before a device is detonated.
Mini tubs of Haagen-Dazs, champagne and cutlery are going missing from the airline's planes.
Munira Abdulla, from the United Arab Emirates, had been unconscious since 1991 after a car crash.
Judges say ex-presidential favourite François Fillon should stand trial over 'fake jobs' allegations.
A week after the cathedral was engulfed in flames, protective layers are being put in place.
Is the ban a sign of things to come for social media firms unable to halt the spread of misinformation?
The driver reportedly ploughed into the procession because it was blocking the road in northern Nigeria.
The bus was trying to overtake a lorry on a narrow road when it crashed and went over the cliff.
The director admitted unlawful sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977 and was expelled from the Academy last year.
Teenage activist Greta Thunberg has an uncompromising message on climate change.
The electric carmaker entrepreneur makes a new promise on driverless vehicles.
The musician started work on his autobiography shortly before his death three years ago.
The Grand Duke, who abdicated in 2000, oversaw the duchy's transformation into a financial centre.
Buckingham Palace is expected to announce on Tuesday that the US president will visit in early June.
The death toll from Sunday's bomb blasts rises to 310 and a state of emergency is in effect.
The SS Iron Crown was sunk by a Japanese submarine in 1942, killing 38 sailors.
Each year billions end up in landfill, but the world's largest nappy production company is now backing a scheme to recover the plastic and other materials inside them.
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo have their seven year sentences upheld by the country's Supreme Court.
The group offered "full and sincere apologies" to the journalist's family and friends, Irish News reports.
Speaking at his wife's funeral, Lewis Allen recalls the moment he learnt she had died in the Sri Lanka attacks.
It is a topic shrouded in shame, but traction alopecia may affect one-third of women of African descent.
Unlikely events propelled a struggling politician to Spain's top job - and the top of the polls.
The treatment, developed over 30 years, is the first to give partial protection to children, WHO says.
There'll be a lot of history and potential behind the North Korean leader's first Russian visit.
Vehicle restorer Charles Palmer on his long-held fascination with bringing classic cars back to life.
Tuesday sees India's opposition leader contest a seat in the south for the first time.
Music, films and works of art are increasingly made using AI. But can machines ever be truly creative?
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says the poem, which compares migrants to rats, is "abominable".
The court will determine if job discrimination laws apply to sexual orientation or gender identity.
Reports there were warnings of possible attacks throws the spotlight on the country's leadership.
President Trump tweeted that he would respect Mr Cain's wishes and not pursue the nomination.