David Feeney says he cannot prove he renounced UK citizenship, defying constitutional rules.
Swarms of locusts could ruin the world Cup in Russia by attacking pitches.
This week’s newsletter examines Australia’s tolerance for a government that is less than open.
The vote went ahead despite strong criticism from Israel and concerns from the US.
His case comes as Vietnam increasingly cracks down on freedom of expression online.
The three-storey building in the northern city of Sapporo is home to mostly elderly residents.
The US president extends permits for 18 months, but shuts out those who came after August 2016.
The broadcaster says it stands by its reporting of advice given to the nation's ex-PM and ministers.
The associates of he Russian opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny were accused of urging people to take part in a voter boycott demonstration.
A new law fuels concerns that armed groups may commit political violence without facing justice, writes the BBC's Selin Girit.
Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg made the changes to try to stamp out fake news and propaganda.
Part two of the BBC's series on online conspiracy theories
After years of bullying, he realised his strength when he threw one of his tormentors across a room.
While the US suffers an overdose epidemic, most of the world misses out on painkillers.
Youth from a small community in India that forces brides to prove their 'purity' fight for change.
A cute travelling frog who gives gifts but can't be controlled is the hottest game app in China.
As a deadly disease spreads, the fight for a banana plantation in Mozambique might hold the key to saving the world's favourite fruit.
It's 15 years since disaster struck as the Columbia returned to Earth following a research mission.
Thousands across Canada have attended public veneration for the right forearm of St Francis Xavier.
Lawmakers said the broadcaster faced a crisis as scores of employees have filed complaints and a former editor said it operated a “caste” system.
The U.N. human rights office is reviewing the companies, mostly Israeli and American, over their involvement with the settlements, which are considered illegal under international law.
While the United States is focused on reining in costs, Chinese tech firms are looking to build the hospital of the future using artificial intelligence.
Taliban fighters, whom US-led forces spent billions of dollars trying to defeat, are now openly active in 70% of Afghanistan, a BBC study has found.
For the first time in more than 150 years stargazers around the world got the chance to see a spectacular Super Blue Blood Moon.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Daimler suspended a manager and BMW said an employee had been “relieved of his current tasks” amid an outcry over emissions experiments on monkeys.
Xavier Bettel is at Cape Canaveral in Florida to see his nation's latest space project go into orbit.
Jeremy Bowen speaks to the father of Ahed Tamimi and a member of the Israeli parliament.
The bureau publicly came out against the memo after the White House signalled it would release it.
A truck driver has been accused of damaging part of Peru's world famous Nazca Lines.
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