After a long battle with Indian censors, a film about a group of Hindu and Muslim women is finally released.
How exactly did a speeding car end up on the roof of a house in St Louis, Missouri?
The BBC's Fergal Keane has been to see whether the ceasefire is working in Ukraine.
Two polar guides have been married in the first official wedding ceremony in the British Antarctic Territory (BAT).
Carolyn McCall has been named as the new Chief Executive of ITV but she has a long list of famous employers on her CV.
Flash floods swept through a swimming hole and hit 100 bathers with almost no warning.
Opposition leaders want a national strike on Thursday in protest at plans for a constituent assembly.
Dramatic footage shows the destruction of at least 30 homes by a wildfire in Canada.
The Supreme Court rejects an appeal by the religious group against a ruling branding it extremist.
The Great Depression and Second World War got in the way of Charles Leuzzi getting his diploma before.
The man used a pole to try to stop three shoplifters but Home Depot say it was a safety risk.
EU ministers announce export restrictions aimed at disrupting people-smuggling gangs.
A woman shared footage of herself openly defying the conservative Muslim kingdom's strict dress code.
The pastor in charge of the ceremony has been detained by Tanzanian police.
Tensions are raised by the arrest of the president's own brother - and the jailing of a US academic.
The animal survived a massive electric shock that would have killed a human, the power company says.
A man is arrested on suspicion of flying a consumer drone close to planes preparing to land in Tel Aviv.
Tom Sylvester and Julie Baum were lawfully married at the Rothera Research Station.
Some 2,000 relatives attend a memorial for the 298 who died when their plane was hit by a rocket in eastern Ukraine.
The incident in late May helped spark the current diplomatic rift between Qatar and its neighbours.
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