Samsung's latest smartphone is on fire, and this time in a good way.
Country kicks off plans to get rid of largely worthless coins from its economy.
No pay, no electricity, you don't even get left alone, but 50 people battled for the Alpine job.
The sportswear apologises for an email praising runners who "survived" the 2017 Boston Marathon.
It comes three years after MH370, bound for Beijing, disappeared with 239 people on board.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May shocked the nation Tuesday by announcing she will ask for a snap election on June 8.
The Carl Vinson strike group sailed in the opposite direction despite US statements, it has emerged.
Nigeria is not on the list of countries affected by the US government's temporary travel bans. But several Nigerian citizens claim to have been denied entry since they were introduced.
The BBC visits Puppychino, Delhi's first cafe for dogs.
A fatal attack on a teenage surfer prompts discussion about ways "to put human life first".
Parents in Zimbabwe who cannot afford school fees can offer livestock such as goats or sheep as payment, a government minister has said.
They say they ran from murder and persecution. They've ended up in mud huts on the Bay of Bengal.
Sleep deprived, the mind begins to play tricks. Exhausted, the body begs for no more. But Jacob Zurl carries on. He must. Records can only be broken when the spirit refuses to bow.
Iraqi Yazidis gather for the first time since 2014 to celebrate their New Year when thousands were abducted or killed by so-called Islamic State.
The Pentagon will conduct two major high-stakes tests in May of its ability to shoot down missiles launched out of North Korea.
There has been a record-breaking achievement in distributing tablets to fight neglected tropical diseases, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation says.
A policeman is killed as gunmen attack a checkpoint near St Catherine's monastery in south Sinai.
UN says battle for Iraq’s second city could result in worst humanitarian catastrophe in anti-IS war.
Ledell Lee says he is living a nightmare he cannot wake up from as he awaits his execution in Arkansas.
Children who fled bombs in Syria now have to overcome nationalist hostility and poverty in Greece.