Airline launches a laptop loan service to US-bound travellers to overcome a ban on devices.
Gold, jewellery and cars are taken as raids in Europe and Australia target alleged tax evasion.
The BBC's Clive Myrie went to a former Boko Haram stronghold, as the group continues to recruit female suicide bombers.
A rights group says a woman who filmed her Ethiopian maid falling should have tried to help her.
At least 22 people are killed and 70 injured in a bombing in the mainly Shia town of Parachinar.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa describes the finance minister's sacking as "totally unacceptable".
Nine Malaysians also return home under a deal to end the diplomatic row that followed his death.
A film of Bubba the "football playing" tortoise has clocked up millions of views after it was posted online.
Jadav Payeng has been planting trees for several decades to help protect Majuli from erosion.
Fears have been raised about democracy after the National Assembly was stripped of powers.
The former Argentine international says he's suing Pro Evolution Soccer publishers Konami.
It will house Jewish families evicted from an outpost in Amona - the Palestinians condemn the move.
The new amendment means Gujarat now has the toughest laws dealing with cow slaughter in India.
The US president says American women in every generation have shown grit, courage and devotion but social media users aren't having any of it.
The upset over a video on "exploding dumplings" is nothing new in Asia, a region of fierce food lovers.
Georgia governor Nathan Deal said PVC piping stored under the highway may have fuelled the blaze.
Part of the elevated highway collapsed but there were no immediate reports of casualties.
They were prevented from leaving Pyongyang after a diplomatic row erupted over Kim Jong-nam's death.
Its stripes are more like a bumblebee's.
Actor Ricardo Medina stabbed his roommate Joshua Sutter to death with a sword two years ago.
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