With Father's Day taking place on Sunday in more than 70 countries, why does it still trail so far behind Mother's Day?
Surfing is fast becoming a popular sport in India.
New rules mean EU citizens can call, text and browse the internet for the same price they pay at home.
Gun violence comes close to home for congress, but analysts on both sides see little prospect of new gun laws as a result.
Senators also agree to allow Congress to block any attempt by Donald Trump to ease Russia sanctions.
The Turkish men face assault charges after the clashes involving protesters and security personnel.
The US Federal Reserve raises its main interest rate by 0.25% - the second move this year.
The prime minister said if there were any lessons to be learnt, 'action would be taken'.
A postal employee in San Francisco shoots and kills three people before turning the gun on himself, local media say.
A controversial deal to hand two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia is backed by Egypt's parliament.
Police detain a woman and a couple in their 70s, three decades after a crime that horrified France.
Michigan's health chief is one of five officials charged in connection with the Flint water crisis.
Residents and neighbours of Grenfell Tower in West London describe what happened during the fire that has killed at least 12 people.
Ireland's youngest taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, begins announcing his cabinet after his election by 57 votes to 50.
Scientists warn that hydroelectric dams in the Amazon could have a significant impact on the environment.
Footage of the shooting, with US politicians and eyewitnesses describing what happened.
The Demilitarised Zone between North and South Korea is one of the best guarded areas in the world.
Michael Paramasivan was watching a film in bed in his Grenfell Tower apartment when he smelled something "plastic-y."
Saif al-Islam, freed in Libya last week after six years, is wanted for alleged crimes against humanity.
The teenagers were suffering from hypothermia when they were found in the underground tunnels.