The diplomatic row over detained US pastor Andrew Brunson has split two Nato allies, Tara McKelvey writes.
Thousands fleeing Venezuela's economic crisis are blocked as they try to cross from Colombia.
A study shows higher risk of fatal lung disease in adults exposed to cigarette smoke in childhood.
As southern India braces for more rain, BBC reporters in Kerala see the devastating impact of floods.
Farmers have grown quinoa for millennia, but can they withstand growing international competition?
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo is being praised for his leadership skills but he is unlikely to be president any time soon.
Bui Tin had a front-row seat as Vietnam changed. But his name went on to be erased from history.
Female activists turn to internet broadcasts to seek more rights for women in Saudi Arabia.
British ships sunk during the Second World War have been plundered for scrap metal, according to a report.
Politicians hail the end of Greece's emergency credit, but ordinary Greeks see little change.
Tracking down those who helped Catalonia hold an independence vote ruled illegal by Spain last year.
Pensioner Kwok Cheuk-kin has taken the Hong Kong government to court more than 30 times over the last decade and has won just one case.
New laws means websites can be blocked if deemed a security threat, but critics say they crush dissent.
The leader of the Utah-based church says God told him people should stick to its official name.
Thousands of stranded people are awaiting rescue as monsoon floods continue to batter the Indian state of Kerala.
With 23 aid workers killed, ambulances caught in crossfire, U.N. asks for protection to deliver aid to civilians suffering the brunt of war and drought.
Leaders honour Kofi Annan, the first black African to become UN secretary-general, who died aged 80.
Russian leader Vladimir Putin has shown off his fancy footwork as he limbered up for talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The country declared a day of national mourning as it struggled to come to terms with a tragedy that critics say could have been avoided.
The Bollywood superstar and the US singer hold a private traditional engagement ceremony in Mumbai.
A New York Times correspondent who has reported on Afghanistan since the 1979 Soviet invasion offers observations on the war that began in 2001.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have confirmed their engagement on social media.
The collapsed Genoa bridge that left 42 people dead will take just eight months to rebuild, Italian motorway operators have said.
Vladimir Putin stopped by the Austrian foreign minister’s wedding to wish her well amid criticism from the opposition and abroad.
The BBC's Imogen Foulkes shares her memories of former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
The intensive care specialists joke that they have taken drastic measures to get Christmas off work.
The new prime minister will have to overcome deep political divisions to pursue economic reforms as the country’s debt payments come due.
A new study says a substance found in broken jars by archaeologists is 3,200-year-old cheese.
Jeff Fillion, among the most prominent talk radio hosts in Quebec City, says he was “doing my thing 20 years before Trump arrived.”
The adult film actress was meant to appear on the show on Thursday, but pulled out just before is was meant to start.
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