At least 31 people queuing to register to vote die in a suicide attack in Kabul, officials say.
Ángel Gahona is gunned down on Facebook Live while reporting on a wave of anti-government protests.
The prime minister walks out of a televised meeting denouncing the opposition leader's "blackmail".
A baby gorilla and centenarian pianist are among the stories you might have missed this week.
The accident during race practice on a river in China may have been caused by a strong current.
The actor, who also appeared on a number of TV shows, was admitted to hospital earlier this month.
President Ortega says he could review pension reforms, but business leaders refuse to join talks.
What happened in Salisbury has been disputed by Russian journalists.
Brazil's Odebrecht scandal is one of the biggest corporate corruption cases in history.
How one girl started an app to stop harassment of students on the commute to school in Tanzania.
Mature trees at Ziarat in Balochistan are often thousands of years old, but many end up as firewood.
The way Pyongyang's middle-class enjoy themselves is changing, but rural areas continue to miss out.
Armenia's president walks into a crowd of protesters to try to defuse a crisis about his predecessor.
Barcelona turn on the style to hammer Sevilla and win the Copa del Rey for the fourth successive season.
In a tribute to the late Swedish artist Avicii, a town in the Netherlands played some of his most popular songs from its bell tower on Saturday morning.
Thousands gathered in the city's Sergels Torg plaza to remember the Swedish musician, who died on Friday.
President Trump did not join four ex-presidents at the former first lady's service in Texas.
International experts make a much-delayed examination of the site of a suspected attack in Douma.
Malaysian officials say the suspects are believed to have links to a foreign intelligence service.
The change to the penal code comes amid nationwide outrage over high-profile cases of child rape.