After Donald Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate deal, France doubles down on pollution.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos strikes a deal to bring a Spanish galleon wreckage to the surface.
Tech entrepreneur Cheryl Yeoh on speaking out against a high profile Silicon Valley investor.
Two people die and 20 more are missing after torrential rain makes rivers burst their banks.
Medics treating Nobel winner Liu Xiaobo for terminal cancer say his liver function has worsened.
The US president has given a major speech in Poland ahead of a G20 summit in Germany.
A gay man from China tells BBC World Service about the challenge he faces coming out in his home country.
Tourist numbers more than double over a 20-year period, with more coming from within the continent.
Congressman Steve Scalise is moved back in to intensive care, three weeks after being shot.
Workers board up windows and lock down property as protesters prepare to greet the world's leaders.
Rapper 2 Chainz turned his promotional pink trap house into a HIV clinic over Independence Day weekend
The US president condemns North Korea after it tested a missile with the potential to reach Alaska.
Police are searching for a suspected militant after two brothers are arrested.
She has received death threats on the internet for the act, which is not a crime.
The Christian-owned Hobby Lobby retailer illegally imported ancient artefacts for a Bible museum.
About 100 government supporters force their way into Venezuela's opposition-led National Assembly.
"Failing EU policies" and "cynical deals" with Libya have worsened the crisis, Amnesty says.
Police are investigating because autonomous vehicles are not yet allowed on China's public roads.
A war monument beloved by local children has been removed after registering high levels of radioactivity.
The warning from the US ambassador to the UN follows Tuesday's long-range missile test.
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