The US president blames Russia, Iran and Assad, saying there will be a "big price to pay".
Fewer foreigners than normal compete in Pyongyang's annual race as nuclear tensions weigh on tourism.
At least 42 people died and more than 500 others exhibited “symptoms indicative of exposure to a chemical agent,” according to aid groups.
Brazil's former president forced his way through crowds of supporters to surrender to the authorities.
Authorities say they are almost certain the suspect - a German citizen - had no Islamist connections.
Polls have consistently placed the Eurosceptic leader and his party in the lead before Sunday's vote.
A man has died and several firefighters were injured in a blaze at Trump Tower in New York.
Film director Hala Khalil says parts of her films have been removed as boundaries become tougher.
Anti-government activists accused the Syrian government of attacking a rebel-held suburb of Damascus with poison gas, estimating that dozens were killed.
Japanese police arrest a 73-year-old man who allegedly kept his son in a wooden cage.
The Democratic Republic of Congo is boycotting a donor conference that aims to raise $1.7 billion for millions of Congolese people affected by conflict.
The battle for influence between the rival powers in the Gulf crisis could tear apart Somalia and its neighbours in the Horn of Africa, writes the BBC's Mary Harper.
An exaggerated (and outdated) trend has been used to attack a group of young gun control activists online.
In 1972, Keith Murdoch's career ended in shame. His life afterwards was one mystery after another.
For the first time in at least 100 years, the US Cabinet has a Bible Study group. What do they learn?
Khalid Taalo Kheder al-Ali has spent much of the last four years buying back members of his family who were were captured by IS.
Graphic pictures apparently showing bodies in basements emerge from rebel-held Douma.
Black smoke and flames are seen billowing from the building with one person said to be injured.
The imprisonment of the former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was a remarkable fall for a statesman who transformed Brazil — and who was leading in the polls for October’s presidential election.
The former Brazilian president hands himself in to begin a jail term for corruption.
Msgr. Carlo Alberto Capella, who was recalled from the Vatican Embassy in Washington in August, was arrested by the Vatican police on Saturday.
At least 14 people were killed in the collision between a bus and a lorry in Saskatchewan.
Three members walked out and a fourth threatened to quit the organization that awards the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Monsignor Carlo Alberto Capella had been recalled from a US diplomatic post after allegations were made.
Long-term use of the medications is surging in the United States, according to an analysis by The Times. One reason: withdrawal symptoms that make it difficult to stop.
The Palestinian reporter was wearing a press vest when he and eight others were shot during clashes.
Why did an Afghan polio patient shoot a Spanish physiotherapist in the heart last year? The motive is still a mystery.
The former president says he will give himself up after a court order to begin a 12-year jail term.
The Russian Embassy sought a meeting with Britain’s foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, as both countries blasted the other’s actions in the case of the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter.
There were life-size prop horses and a trove of guitars, paintings and jewelry among the 227 lots put up for sale at Sotheby’s Australia on Saturday.
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