Alex Maina Kariuki is a school principal with a difference. He insists on wearing the same school uniform as his students.
How one schoolgirl juggles school, dancing, playing musical instruments and DJing.
A new website lets people delve into data on the world's cities.
President Mnangagwa says he was close to the blast at a rally in Bulawayo but was unhurt.
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa says the blast was an assassination attempt.
A 19-year-old, who says she accidentally crossed the US-Canada border, was detained for two weeks.
Saudi women drivers took to the roads legally Sunday for the first time in the kingdom's history, as its decades-old ban on women driving finally lifted.
Thousands of people marched Saturday through central London on the second anniversary of the Brexit referendum, demanding that the UK government give people a chance to make the final decision on whether it goes into effect next year.
The US president's press secretary says she was refused service because she works for Mr Trump.
Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings against Granit Xhaka and Xherdan Shaqiri for their goal celebrations during Switzerland's win over Serbia.
Former diplomat Carlo Alberto Capello, who was recalled from the US, is given five years in jail.
Malta says it will not be dictated to after Italy called on it to accept migrant rescue ship Lifeline.
Those killed include IS head Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's personal courier, Iraq's military says.
Around 30 train carriages came off the tracks, which are thought to have been weakened by recent flooding.
Some of the stories you may have missed this week.
Drummer's life was marked by tragedy when he saw his brother and bandmate killed on stage.
Both Switzerland's goals in the victory over Serbia were scored by ethnic Kosovan Albanians.
A leaked memo reveals plans for "austere" camps on airbases for thousands of migrants.
The former tennis champion says his Central African Republic passport is genuine, but officials say it's fake.
Max Eisen arrived at the Nazi death camp aged 15 in 1944. Every year he returns to speak to people about his experience.