"Angel Families" go to the White House amid outrage over the separation of migrant families.
Donald Trump renews sanctions against North Korea, just days after saying it posed no nuclear risk.
Flesh-footed shearwater chicks are starving to death because of plastic, a BBC documentary reveals.
Gladys Bourdain says she hopes to get "Tony" inked on her wrist by the chef's own tattoo artist.
The US-Senegalese singer announced plans to build a new city with his own crytocurrency at the centre.
The BBC's Gavin Lee sails with the crew of a ship accused by Italy of encouraging illegal migration.
On a remote island in the Tasman Sea scientists are battling to save flesh-footed Shearwater chicks.
A rare exhibition prompted those who had fled their homes to return for the first time since they left.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Pyongyang's propaganda changes from blasting the US as enemy to a much more conciliatory note.
The BBC speaks to a detained migrant who has not spoken to his daughter since they were separated.
Edouard-Jean Empain was an industrialist whose abduction and mutilation gripped France in 1978.
Italy had urged Malta to open its ports and called the island's decision "inhumane' and 'absurd".
Lasers have been used to target US aerial operations in the Pacific, with 20 incidents recorded since September of last year, according to a US military official.
BMW warns ministers on Brexit after Airbus says it could be forced to leave the UK if there is no transition deal with the EU.
Rob Smart was driven from his farm under Robert Mugabe's rule and has now been allowed back by the Zimbabwean government.
The two-year-old and her mother were kept together in a Texas border town, says the father.
The US president intensifies trade war with threat of a 20% tax on European cars.
Ginbot 7 says recent reforms have given them hope that "genuine democracy" may be "a real possibility".