BBC News - World
Updated: 1 hour 31 min ago
After a man walked in carrying a gun, it fell to one cowboy-hat wearing man to stop him.
The government must restore a scheme to let young undocumented immigrants stay, a judge says.
Tehran wants 50m users of the Telegram messaging service to switch to its own version.
Meek Mill has been released from prison, five months after being sentenced for breaking the terms of his probation.
The day marking the countries' participation in World War One is a time of remembrance and national pride.
Asaram claims that he has millions of followers in India and around the world.
A vigil has been held in Toronto following the van attack that left 10 people dead.
The much-loved bear, Inuka, died in Singapore Zoo after battling a series of age-related ailments.
The country is emerging from days of riots that are reported to have left at least 25 people dead.
Ghanaian journalist Elizabeth Ohene supports the name eSwatini, but suggests "land of many wives".
Examining the art of how trees can help you find health and happiness.
The Ugandan entrepreneur finding success using African fabric to style car interiors.
Women have come forward to tell their story but Japan remains slow to embrace the #MeToo movement.
Despite a history of tension and violence, some Fulani herdsmen and Berom farmers in Nigeria now work together.
Both North and South Korea have been fighting their own "small-time" battles over the years.
Parts of the rival countries' gay communities are using tech to forge relationships across the frontier.
The drones sound an on-board siren to warn swimmers when spotting a nearby shark.
What we know so far about Kim Wall's death.
The US and French presidents discuss how to overcome divisions over a key accord reached in 2015.
Thirteen truckers parked under an overpass after a man threatened to jump to his death from above.