A lyric from Look What You Made Me Do is being used to try to stop people looking at their phones while driving in America.
Alexei Navalny's supporters say authorities want to stop him challenging for the presidency in March.
The guitarist died after being found unconscious and not breathing at his home in California.
Nearly 12,000 customers have returned so far, as almost 1,900 job losses at the firm are confirmed.
One soldier has been killed in the attack in Srinagar, Indian officials say.
Australian investigators deliver their final report into the plane's 2014 disappearance.
The non-binding survey on legalising same-sex marriage will continue for five weeks.
The songwriter was found unresponsive in his Malibu home.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Barcelona and other Catalan cities to protest against Spanish police violence.
The carmaker failed to perform proper safety inspections on some vehicles in Japan, regulators said.
Bolivian army veterans are in dispute with the government 50 years after Che Guevara's death.
President Trump will be visiting Puerto Rico for the first time since Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
Two young women pleaded not guilty in a Malaysian court Monday morning charged with the murder of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's half-brother, Kim Jong Nam.
Dara Khosrowshahi will meet London's transport commissioner later to discuss the firm losing its licence.
The art-pop star invites the BBC into her "psychedelic womb" for a rather unusual interview.
Eighteen-year-old Hamidullah finds refuge in his garden amidst the daily dangers of living in Kabul.
Joseph Warungu reflects on how the Bible has taken centre stage in the battle for the Kenyan an presidency.
A deadly stampede is the latest tragedy in a city that seems to be crumbling at the seams.
Did Paddock use an automatic weapon and how did he get his guns? A firearms expert listens for clues.
Catalonia has plunged Spain into its biggest crisis since a 1981 coup attempt, writes James Badcock.