Police release bodycam footage of Keith Scott shooting
Police in Charlotte, North Carolina, release officer bodycam and dashcam footage of a controversial shooting of a black man last week.
Syria conflict: UN chief 'appalled' by Aleppo escalation
UN chief Ban Ki-moon is "appalled by the chilling military escalation" in the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo, with the UN Security Council due to meet.
Washington state attack: Manhunt after Burlington shootings
Police in the north-western US state of Washington hunt for a gunman who opened fire in a shopping centre north of Seattle, killing five people.
Hungary PM suggests giant migrant city in Libya
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban says the European Union should set up a giant camp to process migrants before they reach Europe.
Obama opens African-American museum in Washington DC
US President Barack Obama opens a new museum about the African-American history and culture in Washington DC.
Opposition rejects Gabon court's ruling on Ali Bongo election win
Gabon opposition leader Jean Ping has said a constitution court ruling which upheld President Ali Bongo's election victory was "unjust".
Irish abortion laws: Protests held across the world
Thousands of protesters march in Dublin and 20 other world cities to press their demand for a referendum to repeal Ireland's abortion laws.
Deep divisions over elephants to dominate key species meeting
The world's biggest conference on species protection has opened in South Africa amid differing views on the survival of elephants.
John Lewis hails new Museum of African American History and Culture
US politician and civil rights leader John Lewis hails the opening of the Smithsonian Institution's new National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Baby pulled alive from ruins of Aleppo
Aleppo has come under heavy attack for a second day after the government announced a new assault to retake rebel areas.
US mall shooting: 'Stay indoors, stay secure'
US police searching for a gunman who shot four women dead at a mall in Burlington, Washington State, warn people to stay indoors until he is caught.
Female Farc fighter admits babies were aborted
A female member of the Farc says women who got pregnant while fighting for the rebel group did sometimes abort their babies.
Inside the RAF's Iraq campaign as it tries to liberate Mosul
Defence correspondent Jonathan Beale has spent time with the British air force helping Iraqi troops in Mosul.
Teaching the violin to migrant kids
Meet violinist Maria Francisca Rocca Arbelaez from Colombia, who spends all her time in a Lesbos migrant camp teaching children there how to play.
Young black bear goes on the run in Alaska city
A young black bear was filmed by police in Alaska going on a tour of its largest city, Anchorage.
Singer sorry for Tatarstan mosque belly dance
Religious leaders in Tatarstan are unhappy about a singer's music video.
Mexico town women vote locally for first time
Women in a Mexican town vote in local elections for the first time.
Swedish town vows to protect giant Christmas goat
Swedish councillors determined to protect festive goat from arsonists on its 50th birthday.
Grand Canyon in blue
President Barack Obama has created the first underwater national monument off the US east coast, protecting a vast ecosystem of canyons and extinct volcanoes. It is home to thousands of rare species, but is also a source of controversy.
Nedra Bonds explains what motivated her to turn the family tradition of quilting into a platform for political protest.
Chateau boot camp
France is planning a string rehabilitation centres to combat extremism. But the first to open is already proving controversial.
Ethiopian prince Lij Iyasu was deposed after fears he had converted to Islam. But it also put an end to the threat of Ethiopia entering into World War One, writes Martin Plaut.
The BBC's James Badcock examines how activists doggedly pursued their country's former economy minister and IMF chief, Rodrigo Rato, over corruption claims.
A Bosnian Serb referendum rekindles ethnic tensions and concerns about Russian involvement, Guy Delauney reports from Belgrade.