Trump Russia inquiry: Mueller improperly obtained emails, lawyer says
A Trump ally says investigators on the Russia inquiry unlawfully obtained thousands of emails.
Deadly attack on Methodist church in Pakistan
At least eight people are killed as suicide bombers target a Methodist church service in Quetta.
François Gabart: French sailor slashes around the world solo record
François Gabart cuts more than six days off the record for fastest solo sail around the globe.
Police investigate four baby deaths at South Korea hospital
Family members say they had concerns about the health of the infants before they died.
South Africa's ANC party to vote for new leader
South Africa's governing party will vote to decide who will lead it after President Jacob Zuma.
Barry Sherman: Family disputes reports on mystery double death in Canada
Barry Sherman and his wife were found dead at their home in Toronto, Canada, in unclear circumstances.
Storm Kai-tak: Philippines landslides kill 26, more missing
At least 23 people are missing on the island of Biliran where rocks "as big as cars" were dislodged.
Sydney man charged with being 'economic agent' for North Korea
Chan Han Choi, 59, is arrested and charged with breaching sanctions and weapons laws.
Switzerland funicular: World's steepest railway opens
The specially designed barrel-shaped carriages rotate as it ascends precipitous mountain slopes.
Rocket rumbles give volcanic insights
Scientists install sensors at the Kennedy Space Center that would normally be used to monitor volcanoes.
Who will succeed Michelle Bachelet in Chile?
After a sluggish first round, the second in Chile's presidential election looks set to be a nail biter.
Brexit: Theresa May says she 'will not be derailed'
The prime minister writes in two Sunday newspapers that she has "proven the doubters wrong".
Why this US woman is backing minority gun clubs
Meet Samantha Sorillo of Miami, the woman who is backing African-American gun clubs.
Taking two million photos of Obama
During Obama's eight-year presidency, photographer Pete Souza took close to two million photos.
King Michael: Romania bids farewell to former monarch
Thousands of people and European royals gather for the state funeral in Bucharest.
Australia's first same sex wedding takes place
Australia's first same sex wedding takes place, eight days after legislation is passed.
Christmas across US Mexico border
A Christmas service was held over the US-Mexico border, commemorating Posada Without Borders.
Jacob Zuma and the ANC: Are South Africa's dreams of freedom dead?
One of the most important elections in South Africa’s modern history takes place this weekend, with the pick of the new ANC leader.
Matthew Petersen: Trump's nominee for judge flubs law test
Matthew Petersen's hearing goes wrong quickly when a Republican senator poses basic legal questions.
Pentagon ran secret multi-million dollar UFO programme
US media reports say documents from the operation describe strange aircraft and hovering objects.
Woolly mammoth skeleton sold for 548,000 euros in France
The ancient skeleton is thought to be the largest of its kind in private hands.
Ukraine to broadcast to Crimean Tatars
Ukraine to broadcast news to Crimean Tatars under Russian annexation.
Gambia denies hosting Russian imperial revival bid
Gambia denies reports that it will grant land for a Russian 'Romanov Empire' project.
Japan enforces new road rules for 'Mario Kart' drivers
New traffic laws to cope with fancy dress go-kart tours in Tokyo.
Telegrams to stop STOP
Kevin Connolly looks at the surprising survival of a vintage messaging system in the age of Instagram and Twitter.
Caravan of hope
The children were migrating from Central America and disappeared while crossing Mexico.
As Janet Jackson wraps up her State of the World tour, one fan reflects on the star's impact on her life.
Press under pressure
Recent attacks highlight reporting in a nation where the army and militants are often beyond the law.
Medieval and proud
Hugh Schofield discovers some ancient strengths in a French apprenticeship system.
A study has shown evidence of plastic appearing in seafood - but is this a danger to the public?