State media says North Korea's "self-confidence" brought about the recent diplomatic thaw.
Dr Aleksandr Kogan says he is "stunned" by allegations made against him by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.
The Israeli military formally admits the strike for the first time as documents are declassified.
Though elected in 2016, his close friend Aung San Suu Kyi has acted as de facto president.
Texas police say it is unrelated to recent package bombs in the area that killed two people.
Africa is hoping to agree a free trade deal encompassing the whole continent - but can it be done?
Fake social media accounts and blogs were used to back the candidacy of Dilma Rouseff.
The world's last male northern white rhino has died, age 45, leaving the species "functionally extinct". What could be next?
The winners of the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards Open competition are announced.
The Sex and the City star kicked off her gubernatorial bid in one of New York's most deprived areas.
But there are opportunities to cash in on the "ocean economy", a major report for the UK government says.
As African heads of state sign the first continent wide free trade deal, what will it mean for the people that live there?
As Syrian government forces bombard rebel-held Eastern Ghouta, a mother of eight shares her experiences.
Belgians are opening their homes to migrants on their way to the UK.
Justine Damond's death in Minneapolis caused an outcry in both the US and Australia.
The story of China's parliament told in hats - and the shock that had some analysts eating theirs.
A project in Kenya is teaching boys how to intervene to stop sexual violence
Teenage refugee girls are being sold for sex after fleeing conflict in Myanmar, the BBC finds.
Claims that Cambridge Analytica misused Facebook users' data cause a furore and its chief is suspended.
The attacker was killed in a gunfight with a security guard after he opened fire on two students.
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