A case of mistaken identity has led one man to look after the grave people thought he'd been buried in.
The women accuse the oil giant of complicity in a crackdown by Nigeria's then military rulers.
The Portuguese footballer says he is "very happy" to be able to see his babies for the first time.
RAF crews have been talking to the BBC's Jonathan Beale about the challenges they face in avoiding civilian casualties in Iraq and Syria.
Germany says it will not let the Turkish leader address German Turks during the G20 next week.
Visa applicants from six mainly Muslim countries must have "close" family or business ties.
While President Trump talks tough on trade, Europe and Japan are getting on with business.
Three years after IS proclaimed a "caliphate", Iraqi forces are ready to pronounce its death.
HMS Queen Elizabeth is new but no match for Russia's aircraft carrier, the Russian military says.
Japan plans to put a man on the moon around 2030, according to a new proposal by the government's Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).
There's a Chinatown in every major city in the world, such is the huge footprint of Chinese people who have left the motherland for a life elsewhere.
Spider-Man star Hannibal Buress pays lookalike £380 to go to film's premiere in his place.
A parole board cuts the former leader's sentence for corruption by a third, his lawyer says.
The light show is called Badu Gili, which means "water light" in the language of the Gadigal people.
For years after it took control of Hong Kong from Britain, China kept its military in the city on a low profile.
For more than three decades, the Catholic Church has been rocked by sex abuse scandals spanning the globe.
The move challenges EU gun control rules which restrict civilians from owning certain weapons.
Barcelona will play Chapecoense in a friendly at the Nou Camp on 7 August to pay tribute to those who died in the Brazilian team's plane crash.
Cardinal George Pell, one of the most senior members of the Catholic Church, says the sexual assault charges against him are "character assassination" and completely false.
The Vatican treasurer and Australia's most senior Catholic figure, Cardinal George Pell, has been charged with sex offences in Australia.