Bryan Singer says the studio fired him after he fell ill while filming Bohemian Rhapsody.
Australian police arrest two people in clashes over a talk hosted by the ultra-conservative figure.
BBC Minute finds out what foods will be popular in 2018.
But the directive covering Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen still faces legal challenges.
Yellow lights and even yellow fountains are not allowed as campaigning for Catalonia's election begins.
A pair of amateur explorers discovered the "once in a lifetime" find after searching for years.
Hindu mobs tore down the 16th Century Babri mosque in the holy city of Ayodhya on 6 December 1992.
Life in the seas risks irreparable damage from the ever-increasing tide of plastic waste, the UN's head of oceans has warned.
Environmental groups are angry at the move against Bears Ears and Grand Staircase Escalante monuments.
The talks are understood to have broken down after the DUP rejected an Irish border concession.
Proceeds from the sale will fund projects in Sierra Leone, whose government rejected an earlier bid of $7.8m.
A firefighter scrambles to save a pet dog who ventured out on to thin ice in Canada.
Half of the proceeds from the sale of the 709 carat gem will be invested in the local community.
The Nour al-Din al-Zinki group in Syria took funds through a UK-backed project, BBC Panorama finds.
The French president's wife got a shock when she went to name the first panda born in her country.
President Donald Trump's support for Roy Moore is at odds with much of the Republican establishment.
Ex-President Saleh's death came after he changed sides in Yemen's long-running civil war.
Saleh's death will lead to deeper polarisation among the warring parties, writes Peter Salisbury.
Money earmarked for schools and hospitals was used for commemorative T-shirts, a report says.
Logan Moore surprised family and neighbours when he quickly built a wooden structure in the backyard.
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