Ivanka Trump urges people "not to conflate lack of public denouncement with silence".
The Filipino man was visiting relatives in Australia when he became ill, his family says.
The drugs were concealed between floorboards in a "sophisticated" operation, police say.
A refugee camp in Lebanon is helping children from the Syrian conflict by holding pre-school classes that will prepare them for school.
Outrage over Tuesday's suspected chemical attack is also likely to overshadow aid talks in Belgium.
President Juan Manuel Santos fends off criticism after a landslide left 263 people dead in Mocoa.
Portraits of the mudlarkers unearthing London's past on the banks of the Thames
France's burgeoning alt-right movement aims to weigh on the presidential election, says Henri Astier.
Henri Astier assesses the risks from the rise and rise of France's online far right.
The Fast & Furious 8 star Scott Eastwood talks to the BBC about his role in the franchise, forgetting to pay his parking fines and his Top Gear dream.
What's the problem with the US-China trade relationship - and what can Trump do about it?
A new ruling has the potential to become a game-changer in legally enforcing environmental protection.
The move effectively gives the river legal protection against pollution.
How slums are offering low-tech smart solutions to common city problems.
The French far-right leader is accused of "lying" and leading France towards "economic warfare".
Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Hyundai and several others drop adverts following "disturbing" allegations.
Alleged money laundering is added to a series of legal cases piling up against Cristina Fernandez.
The US withdrawal of support for the UN Population Fund is a disaster for women, the UN head says.
Socialist Lenin Moreno is confirmed to have won the closely-contested presidential election.
Rescuers in the mud-covered town of Mocoa are becoming increasingly desperate, says the BBC's Laura Bicker.
BBC News - World
Subscribe to BBC World feed