The editor of a Mexican newspaper says he is not prepared to let any more of his colleagues die.
After a quarter of a century, The Undertaker seems to have retired from WWE.
Leftist Lenin Moreno's claim backed by electoral commission, but conservative rival Guillermo Lasso calls for a recount. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
More than 250 people have died after landslides buried homes and flooded streets.
Rescuers say they have made little headway in finding survivors from a ship that sank in the South Atlantic.
The prime minister says working with the country will "keep British people safe".
The majority of images are now hosted in European nations rather than North America, suggests a global study.
As well as lifting weights, body builders are fighting the negative perceptions of muscular women.
Officers shun guns in an attempt to secure the trust of communities.
Now that California has had significant rain, can the state ever go back to "normal"?
Eighteen years after three young Albanian-Americans were tortured and killed, a family's fight for justice goes on.
Joel Kioko has gone from growing up in a slum in Kenya's capital to being trained in a US ballet school.
A family was pulled from the roof minutes before floods destroyed the building, authorities say.
Scientists are learning even if you ignore politics, politics won't ignore you.
Solving the water crisis for South Sudanese refugees.
The BBC gets exclusive access to Iraqi helicopter missions and witnesses IS militants using human shields.
BBC Arabic's Feras Kilani joins an Iraqi security forces unit hunting snipers from so-called Islamic State in western Mosul.
Kuwaiti authorities have filed charges against a woman who filmed a video in which she can be heard taunting a domestic worker who pleaded for help before falling from a window.
It is the second Sunday in succession to see anti-corruption demonstrations in Moscow.