As a sumo grand champion retires in disgrace, is the disciplined sport of emperors dying in Japan?
A gold trader tells a US court that President Erdogan approved sanction-breaking deals with Iran.
Some suburbs of China's capital are being torn down and residents evicted to try to gentrify the city.
The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how the drinking straw became a million dollar idea.
President Trump's spokeswoman rejects reports he will soon be replaced by CIA chief Mike Pompeo.
The US president follows just 45 other Twitter users - all of whom agree with him, most of the time.
Radiohead drum technician Scott Johnson was killed instantly when the Toronto stage collapsed.
The US secretary of state could be replaced by CIA chief Mike Pompeo, US media report.
Armed with a can of white paint he took congestion matters into his own hands.
After he retweeted the deputy leader of far-right group Britain First, some UK citizens were outraged.
The US senator said this week he was "ashamed" of his past behaviour after allegations by other women.
Nasa releases footage captured over China, Korea and Japan of "lightning, city lights and fishing boats".
New Zealanders give their tips to Ed Sheeran after he asks the NZ Prime Minister for citizenship.
The US ambassador to the UN calls on China to take more action in dealing with the North Korean regime.
The Def Jam Records founder steps down from his firms after being accused of sexual misconduct.
A toxicology report shows the bottled contained a substance used to combat nerve agents.
The blasts kill the man himself and one of the defendants accused of murdering his son, reports say.
An inquiry looks into how Slobodan Praljak was able to get a deadly dose into court to kill himself.
How the BBC's Jeremy Bowen ended up in court with a war criminal who has died after taking poison.
Katrín Jakobsdóttir gets a coalition deal after the former cabinet fell in a row over a paedophile.
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