Videos posted on social media show a bonfire blowing up seconds after being ignited.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has declared a state of emergency in the Putumayo region.
The battle for Mosul reveals the priceless Sumerian antiquities looted by so-called Islamic State.
The Prince of Wales will lay a wreath in the town of Amatrice where more than 200 people died.
Social media is allowing Russian activists to sidestep the state-controlled media, finds Sarah Rainsford.
Afghanistan has been labelled one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a woman. One place in Kabul offers hope to women escaping abuse.
The heir of the energy drink empire who struck and killed a police officer has yet to face charges.
Some deny one of the US's worst mass shootings ever happened. Now the victims are fighting back.
At least 206 people are dead and hundreds more are injured or missing after mudslides.
One man was killed during the protests against a bill allowing the president to run for re-election.
New book, Small World, celebrates 30 years of snapping little people.
A bonfire at the carnival blew up seconds after being ignited, hurting at least 18.
Dylan accepted his medal at a small, private meeting while on tour in Stockholm.
Colombians made desperate calls from rooftops as landslides moved in to wreck their sleeping town.
The vehicle could roll in park mode unless the hand brake is on, the company warns.
He is best known for writing Babi Yar, about one of the worst Nazi atrocities of World War Two.
Journalist in Mauritius says people will be surprised to see John McAreavey.
Whatever your time zone, 1 April brings out the jokers - with some more convincing than others...
The landslide in Putumayo province struck in the middle of the night.
North Korea played tough over Kim Jong-nam's death and it paid off, Dr John Nilsson-Wright argues.
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