BBC News - World
Updated: 1 hour 27 min ago
Brazil's president-elect Jair Bolsonaro is likely to remain a divisive figure for what could be a messy time to come.
The Lion Air plane which crashed on take-off from Jakarta had only been in service for a few weeks.
Residents say travel is a "nightmare" as half the city's trains have been set alight, causing road traffic to double.
Players were pushed to act "the mongrel", says a scathing review into a ball-tampering saga.
Nigel Richards earned 68 points for "groutier" - which means cross, sulky or sullen.
An Indonesian official posts footage of what is believed to be debris from the Lion Air plane crash.
The boys, members of a youth football team, had been trapped in a cave in Thailand for two weeks.
The Lion Air passenger plane disappeared over the sea after taking off from the Indonesian capital.
The Luther star co-writes a show for the Manchester International Festival about life after Mandela.
Pakistan is hoping to collect about $17bn to build the controversial Diamer Bhasha dam.
Indu Harikumar is the brainchild of #100IndianTinderTales, which documents stories of online dating.
Your Monday briefing on some of the most important stories coming up over the next seven days.
A Chinese dissident smuggled a letter into decorations he was forced to make. Years later, a woman in the US discovered it.
Some of the winning images from the Royal Observatory Greenwich's annual competition.
With the US pulling out of a key treaty with Russia, should we be worried about nuclear war?
Palestinian officials in the Hamas-run Gaza Strip say the victims were boys aged between 12 and 14.
Worshippers hid in storage rooms as a gunman killed 11 of the Jewish congregation in Pittsburgh.
Owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha is among five people who died in the crash near the club's ground.
The controversial candidate wins a sweeping victory in the presidential election.
A closer look at the policies the winner of Brazil's presidential election says he wants to pursue.