A protest over social deprivation turns violent in the French South American territory.
Barnaby Joyce and four others were wrongly elected because they held dual citizenship, a court says.
Some 2,800 records on the 1963 assassination are released, but the president withholds some others.
A dating site offering to help students in Paris find a "sugar daddy" to fund their studies causes outrage.
Fewer than 34% of voters took part in Thursday's repeat presidential election, officials say.
North Korea says it will free a South Korean boat and crew seized six days ago in its waters.
Two-year-old boys Jaga and Kalia underwent 16 hours of surgery, the first of its kind in India.
Two US yachtswomen and their dogs are rescued by the US Navy after a trip from Hawaii went wrong.
After 31 years, the lights will go out as the Hong Kong Exchange shifts to electronic trading only.
Police detain a student in connection with an attack at a Louisiana university that left two dead.
Aboriginal leaders criticise a government decision not to support a "voice" to parliament.
Around the world old industrial warehouses are being converted into beautiful, innovative work and personal spaces.
As Kenya's presidential election re-run is marred by isolated clashes, Africa Editor Fergal Keane visits two polling stations.
Which side is correct in the claims and counter-claims of violence at the Catalan referendum?
Mr Trump's directive falls short of his earlier pledge to declare a national emergency.
These girls found a solution when the boys in their school didn't want to play football with them.
Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds break the speed climbing record for El Capitan.
Meet the women using sport and poetry to change the way they're viewed.
Seven politicians, including Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce, could be disqualified from office.
The Syrian regime carried out a gas attack in April which killed more than 80 people, UN says.