Filmmaker Asif Kapadia gets closer to Diego Maradona than any England defender ever could.
Political novice Volodymyr Zelensky, elected by a landslide last month, will start his new job.
The US president issues a stern warning as tensions rise between Washington and Tehran.
A charity in Kenya is calling for the introduction of laws to protect domestic workers to ensure their safety.
The debate has opened after an Indian student was arrested for working to support his studies in Canada.
EU officials say Russian disinformation could help boost the vote for anti-EU parties. Is the threat being exaggerated?
Hailey wanted to travel the world as a doctor, until a mystery condition left her shaking uncontrollably.
Democrats hoping to beat Donald Trump must win backing from Latino voters. Is their Spanish bueno?
Europe is preparing for a key test of democracy with elections to the European parliament this week.
Vincent Lambert's case has been central to a national debate about artificial life support.
A group of upper-caste Indian men beat the man so badly for his 'crime' he died nine days later.
The parents of footballer Emiliano Sala talk of their pain after his plane crash death.
Seven jets from a French aircraft carrier make unscheduled landings in Indonesia due to bad weather.
New Huawei smartphones will lose access to some of Google's programmes, Reuters news agency reports.
A US billionaire shocks graduating students in Atlanta by promising to pay off their student loans.
Austin Eubanks, who became an advocate for fighting addiction, died at his Colorado home aged 37.
At least 16 people were hurt in the explosion near the Grand Egyptian Museum in Giza.
The fight broke out when musician Shatta Wale mounted the stage after rival Stonebwoy was given a prize.
Sunday's referendum backed new gun restrictions to conform with EU rules, projections suggest.
Exit polls suggest a win for Prime Minister Narendra Modi as voting ends in the marathon election.
The blast occurred near the Grand Egyptian Museum at the pyramids, media reports say.
Dutee Chand says she was encouraged to speak out after India decriminalised gay sex in 2018.
Australia's Sportsbet handed out A$1m to those betting on a Labor win, two days before the vote.
The suspects have confessed to shooting at least five pro-democracy activists, the military says.
The UN says unknown assailants carried out an attack in an area where Islamist militants are active.
In the chaos of his predecessor's brutal ouster, Scott Morrison built a shrewd election strategy.
Officials believe they were dumped in a river in Nairobi after an illegal abortion was carried out.
He outlined "strongly pro-life" views on abortion, amid a row over strict new laws passed in several states.
Justin Amash is the first Republican congressman to call for the impeachment of the president.
Conservative Scott Morrison's victory is a few seats from a majority as final votes are counted.
The contest's highlights - from singing in the shower and bendy poles to the Netherlands' triumph.
Cody tried to replant a San Diego forest destroyed by wildfire but climate change is making it hard.
Eduardo Kobra, aka Kobra, is a Brazilian street artist known for his colourful depictions of historical figures and places.
Activists and the film crew of Que Sea Ley documentary wore green and chanted 'solidarity' in a pro-choice protest.
The environment is a hot topic in Europe now - so can Green parties turn that into more votes?
Two scientists were killed by a mob in Ethiopia, who believed they went to a school to poison children.
Voting takes place in the prime minister's seat at the end of a long, bruising election.
The Netherlands' Duncan Laurence wins the contest with his song Arcade, but the UK comes bottom.
Ultra-orthodox Jews in Jerusalem are angry that the contest was scheduled on the Jewish Sabbath.
The actor tells fans there is "nothing to worry about" after he was attacked at a public appearance.
Many had expected Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to stand for president in elections this year.
The Indian PM meditates in a cave on the eve of the final day of voting in the national election.
Amid growing concerns over US tensions, the foreign minister insists Iran does not want a conflict.
Austria's Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache resigns, a day after a video mired him in a corruption scandal.
Amar was brought to the UK following a napalm attack - for three decades he thought his mother was dead.
The findings of an investigation by the university says the doctor abused athletes from 1979-1997.
Ex-soldier and fluent Mandarin speaker Kevin Mallory, 62, is sentenced to 20 years in prison.
Victims of an abusive sect founded by a former Nazi soldier in southern Chile will be compensated.
Huawei is facing opposition to its 5G expansion from the US - but which other countries allow it to operate?
A Kiev prosecutor revives allegations that Ukraine worked with Democrats to damage the Trump campaign.
Canada is not Google's lab rat, say those protesting plans to build a smart city in Toronto.
Many of the US states passing abortion bans have male-majority legislatures - does that matter?
Switzerland is full of gun clubs, but now the EU is urging tougher controls.
The priest boarded military buses with 360 people at the end of Sri Lanka's civil war - they were never seen again.
Racehorse owner plans legal action after request to appeal against the disqualification of Maximum Security as Kentucky Derby winner is rejected.
The video show Mr Strache offering government contracts to a Russian in exchange for political support.
MPs in German parliament say the BDS movement uses methods reminiscent to those used by the Nazis.
Dina says Alabama's ban on abortion even in cases of rape and incest treats women as "an incubator".
A record number are registered to vote in a poll that comes months after a brutal leadership tussle.
Climate-conscious adults are allowing children to cast their ballots at the 2019 European election.
The ride-hailing firm is giving its customers the option to silence chatty drivers.
The move paves the way for ratification of the new North American trade agreement.
When Kurtis Kaser's leg got trapped he did not have a phone to call for help - but he did have a knife.
A union says it would boost recruitment but authorities say they won't hire officers from abroad.
A dog that lost the use of one of its legs digs out a baby buried alive in a field in Thailand.
The Russian president says plans for a church on green space in Yekaterinburg should be put to a public vote.
An F-16 jet slams to the ground near a base outside Los Angeles after the pilot ejects.
The German Historical Museum agrees to return the 500-year-old monument to the former German colony.
Director is "moved" but "sad" to make history as the film festival's first black woman in competition.
France released two brown bears in the Pyrenees - but one has now killed eight sheep in Spain.