The New York Times is using algorithms to identify posts that are likely to be offensive.
Anbang Insurance said Wu Xiaohui was no longer able to fulfil his duties "for personal reasons".
Migrants reportedly abandoned by traffickers were on the brink of death when troops found them.
Fire services around the world deal with blazes in high-rise blocks, so what lessons have been learned?
The battle for Raqqa must not happen at the expense of civilians, UN experts say.
Angry parents hit out as Otto Warmbier is treated in hospital in Ohio after his release from prison.
Two witnesses to the London apartment tower fire said they witnessed people jumping out of windows, dangling their kids yelling, "Please save my children!"
Real Madrid and Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo has been accused by prosecutors in Spain of defrauding Spanish authorities of $16.4 million in tax between 2011 and 2014.
Rights group condemns one-month prison sentence for man smoking in public during the Muslim fast.
When the new sexual equality minister visited a notorious area of Paris it seemed a good idea.
Sadiq Khan says questions will be asked after a blaze tore through a 24-storey residential tower block overnight.
A strain of polio virus can arise in areas of low immunisation.
Vanuatu's many remote islands make medical logistics different - and drones may be the answer.
Alexis López Ramírez says he does not agree with the president's plan for a constituent assembly.
The website Mamamia disclosed it needed a sturdy chair for Roxane Gay, who writes about being fat.
Parents receive suspended jail terms after being found guilty of causing his death unintentionally.
Political party says it is buying an inflatable church to prove it is serious about religion.
Tim Cook says he views Apple's project as being a "core technology".