Ghanaian journalist Elizabeth Ohene looks at how parenting styles in Ghana compares to those in the US.
The workers wrote messages asking Zara for compensation after their company went bankrupt.
Once a niche technique, human beatboxing has become a worldwide phenomenon and a competitive event.
What's it like to trail the French president?
Iceland used to have a big teenage drinking, smoking and drug problem. Now it doesn't.
Stillbirth risk is higher if older pregnant women are left to go over their due date, a study suggests.
President Trump's climate adviser says that the US is looking to revive a Bush-era climate forum.
Mohamed was only 15 when he briefly joined so-called Islamic State in his hometown Aleppo, but the experience left him scarred.
The Yemen crisis has displaced 1,000 people to a camp where people say: 'We have nothing.'
Regular "treating" and over-feeding is a common issue, according to a review of parents' opinions.
The United Arab Emirates' space research is turning to growing food on Mars.
The Swedish hi-tech firm at the forefront of using 3D printing to create human ears, noses and other body parts.
People in Iran and Iraq are recovering from the deadliest earthquake this year.
London brewery Toast Ale is turning unwanted bread into craft ale with the aim to reduce waste.
A Vietnamese cyber-security firm shows the BBC how a mask can be used to unlock Apple's new phone.
Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe is seen as a possible successor to her husband.
General Chiwenga had said the army could intervene to halt a purge within the governing party.
The man hoping to turn Flyboarding into a full-time job after finishing second in his first competition.
Europe needs to be a symbol of tolerance again, the French president tells the BBC.
The image supposedly shows the US aiding IS, but instead it came from a smartphone game.