BBC News - World
BBC News - World
Päivitetty: 23.05.2017 11:42
- Park Geun-hye: S Korea trial of impeached president begins
The corruption trial of Park Geun-hye is the latest stage in her dramatic fall from power.
- Trump meets Palestinian leader Abbas in West Bank
The US president holds talks with Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem, amid protests against the visit.
- Indonesian men caned for gay sex in Aceh
It is the first time the Indonesian province has caned anyone for gay sex, a crime under its Islamic law.
- US forces kill seven al-Qaeda militants in Yemen, says Pentagon
Tuesday's raid east of the capital Sanaa targeted an al-Qaeda compound, the US military says.
- Greece fails to secure fresh bailout funds
Talks with eurozone ministers are expected to continue ahead of the next official meeting on 15 June.
- Rebel Wilson sues magazine publisher over 'nasty' articles
The Hollywood actor alleges she lost film roles after magazines portrayed her as a liar.
- Brazil president retreats from attempts to suspend investigation
Michel Temer's lawyers say he is confident the Supreme Court will acquit him and clear his name.
- Ex-national security adviser ducks Senate's Russia inquiry
President Trump's fired aide invokes his constitutional right against self-incrimination.
- Hungary rejects EU pressure over asylum and university laws
The EU says recent policy moves by Hungary's government could conflict with EU law and values.
- Gambian ex-President Yahya Jammeh 'stole $50m' from state
Yahya Jammeh, who left the country in January, has had his remaining assets frozen by a court.
- Sinkhole opens at Trump's Florida retreat
The hole has formed directly in front of the golf resort, close to a newly installed water main.
- Haitians who came after earthquake granted six-month extension
Trump administration announces extension to temporary protection status of 60,000 Haitians.
- Manchester explosion: Witnesses share their stories
Powerful stories from people who were at Manchester Arena on Monday night.
- Manchester Police: This was a terrorist attack
Ian Hopkins from Greater Manchester Police has given an update on the investigation after Monday's terror attack at the Manchester Arena.
- Concert goers flee Ariana Grande gig
Twenty-two people are dead and scores injured in a possible terrorist incident at an Ariana Grande concert.
- Manchester Arena incident: Eyewitness describes 'explosion'
An eyewitness tells the BBC he was blown through doors by an explosion at Manchester Arena.
- Trump: 'I never mentioned the word Israel' to the Russians
Trump denies telling Russian officials that Israel was the source of highly classified intelligence.
- The moment a sea lion pulls a girl underwater
Experts warn against getting too close to wild animals after a sea lion pulls a young girl underwater.
- Iran's President Rouhani has quite the to-do list
Hassan Rouhani worked hard for re-election - but he'll have to work even harder on three big issues.
- Mexican Tarahumara woman wins 50km race wearing sandals
The 22-year-old is from Mexico's Tarahumara indigenous community, known for being excellent runners.
- Microwave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists say
Grilling and microwaving are the best ways to cook the fungi, a Spanish study says.
- Tokyo police crack down on cosplay kart tour safety
Operators urged to improve safety standards of their fancy dress karting tours.
- Pop music used to ridicule Russia's young protesters
Music videos on YouTube are disparaging young Russians from protesting against the government.
- Kenyans query maize imports amid price hikes
A shipment of the food staple is raising questions about the government's response to shortages.
- Herd knowledge
As a warming climate threatens traditional food supplies in the Arctic, one rural Alaskan village is flying in hundreds of reindeer by cargo plane. James Cook went to find out why.
- Missing mystery
Briton Tom Stewart went missing in Malta a year ago, fleeing a hospital without money or a passport.
- Makeshift army
The US and Uganda are stopping the hunt for notorious rebel leader Joseph Kony but he is still a threat.
- Online revolution
As the internet becomes more widespread in Cuba, online start-ups are emerging. But challenges remain.
- Hard to miss
Mountaineers have said an iconic part of the mountain has collapsed but some locals disagree.
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