It's 500 years since wolves have lived in the wild in Britain, but they're roaming in a small valley in Shropshire.
BBC Arabic's Basheer Al Zaidi returns to his hometown of Mosul to find out how life has changed after the end of occupation by so-called Islamic State.
Meet the Norwegian women going through gruelling special forces training.
US senators also suggest Russian influence may have affected Britain's Brexit vote.
SpaceX flies and lands a Falcon 9 rocket that had already been used on a previous mission.
Malaysia's PM lifts the ban on moving the assassinated half-brother of North Korea's leader.
"We can't necessarily focus on Assad," says a US envoy in remarks that alarm the Syrian opposition.
The 24-year-old was arrested despite having a work permit and being protected from deportation.
Ruby Stein and her cat, Nikki, rationed their food and fashioned a blanket to stave off the cold.
Park Geun-hye is taken to a detention centre south of Seoul after a court approves her arrest.
Astronauts Peggy Whitson and Shane Kimbrough were meant to be installing debris shields on the ISS.
Firefighters have been tackling a huge warehouse fire in Shanxi province.
State legislators approve a late-night deal to repeal the law, sending it to the governor's desk.
Environmental groups say the potential harm to land, air, water and wildlife has been underplayed.
The Pentagon said the White House had approved its request for "additional precision fired".
US Vice-President Mike Pence won't dine alone with any woman who is not his wife - noble or sexist?
Residents who live on high enough ground have been told not to venture into the floods because of sharks and snakes in the water.
Connecticut's Dannel Malloy offers help to undocumented parents with children who are US citizens.