Barcelona attack: Ripoll, the town where suspects lived
Quiet Ripoll is in shock after becoming the focus of the Barcelona van attack investigation.
The border between North and South Korea
The BBC visits the border between North and South Korea and talks to the European observers who monitor the ceasefire.
Masks for smear test patients in Thailand
A health clinic in Thailand is handing out masks to encourage more women to attend their cervical smear tests.
The village in Nepal cut off by floods
Aid agencies are warning of a humanitarian crisis following recent flooding.
Forklift truck used to steal ATM in Arkansas
Police in Arkansas are hunting thieves who stole the cash machine from a bank's drive-through area.
Solar eclipse: Welcome to 'Eclipseville', Kentucky
Thousands are flocking to the little town of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, in the US, to watch Monday's solar eclipse.
BBC Pidgin: Meet the team
Meet the team bringing the BBC to tens of millions of Pidgin speakers in West and Central Africa.
The winners and losers of Mexico's wind power boom
In 'windy' La Ventosa, a village 700km from Mexico City, residents are renting out their land for wind farms.
The migrants making a clean sweep in Rome
Two Nigerian men are paying their way in the city by volunteering to clean up the streets.
How to watch a total solar eclipse: Tips from the Faroe Islands
Ahead of Monday's eclipse in the US, here are four tips from the Faroe Islands, which experienced one in 2015.
Barcelona attack: What is the mood?
The BBC witnesses defiance and grief, but also anger and panic after a van attack killed 14 people.
It's the weekend, it's happy news
From an inspirational father and daughter to a cloakroom assistant who became a stage star.
Boston demonstrations: How the day unfolded.
Tens of thousands of people were in the US city to oppose a right-wing rally.
Usakos, a community scarred by apartheid
A new exhibition of photographs shows how apartheid changed this small Namibian town.
Barcelona attack: CCTV shows van on Las Ramblas
Footage has emerged of the van attack on Las Ramblas which left 13 people dead.
Sierra Leone: Rescue workers search for mudslide bodies
On the outskirts of Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, rescue workers are looking for victims's bodies in the debris of their homes.
Finland stabbings: We won't give in, says eyewitness
Hear the defiant message of Anttoni Numminen, who was in a bar close to the attack in the city of Turku.
'Online goddess' who earns $450k a year
24-year-old live streamer Lele Tao has one million fans, mostly young men. The first of a three-part series.
ICYMI: Take a tour with Mr Despacito
Luis Fonsi becomes a tourist guide in Puerto Rico and some other stories you may have missed this week.
UN: Over one million South Sudanese refugees in Uganda
The number of South Sudanese who have fled to Uganda has hit one million.
Gabriella Engels: Grace Mugabe 'beat the hell out of me'
South African model Gabriella Engels says she was attacked in a hotel by the wife of Zimbabwe's president.
Blue boots for baby flamingo Squish in Singapore
Keepers at Singapore's Jurong Bird Park have found an unusual way to protect a baby flamingo's feet.
Venomous snake in child's play area in Australia's Gold Coast
Snake catchers used their bare hands to pick it up, while live streaming on Facebook.
What was it like, caught up in Spain attack?
People who saw a van plough into crowds in Barcelona share their stories with BBC News.
Cambrils: 'I never imagined this happening here'
Residents of Cambrils describe the scene after the attack.
Meet the eclipse-chasing couple
Now Sharon and Billy Hahs are preparing for one in their own backyard.
Barcelona: Eyewitness describes moment of attack
Eyewitness Aamer Anwar describes the moment a van hit crowds in Barcelona's Ramblas tourist area.
Barcelona: Panic as people use shop as escape route
Footage shows people taking cover after a van ploughed into crowds in Barcelona.
Can vehicle attacks be prevented?
In just over a year Europe has seen seven attacks where vehicles have been used as weapons. Security correspondent Gordon Corera looks at what authorities are doing about it.
Fire at PetroChina oil refinery
Firefighters brought the blaze in Dalian, China, under control within two hours, state media said.
Missing Japanese tortoise found
A giant female tortoise was found two weeks after she escaped from her zoo in western Japan.
US woman confronts her neighbour over Nazi flag
Page Blaswell couldn't believe her eyes when she drove past a home flying a Nazi flag in North Carolina.
Mumbai's blue dogs
Animal rights campaigners say they know why some of the city's stray dogs have suddenly gone blue.
Charlottesville: John Boyega and Kathryn Bigelow react
The actor, who stars in a new film on Detroit's 1967 unrest, notes parallels with recent clashes.
Charlottesville: Heather Heyer's mother pays tribute at vigil
Heather Heyer's mother pays tribute to her daughter at a vigil in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Vera Golubeva: Teacher imprisoned for telling a joke
Vera Golubeva was a teacher when she was put in prison for telling a joke. This was in Soviet Union in the 1950’s.
What Trump said versus what I saw
The BBC's Joel Gunter was in Charlottesville and assesses the president's claims about the violence.
A licence to kill bear cubs?
Trump is once again allowing hunters in Alaska to shoot bear cubs and hibernating bears, but is this as bad as it sounds?
Flying over the city - the urban cable car
Mexico City's urban cable car, Mexicable, is a new transport system for one of the world's busiest places.
The Guam hunter who is ready for war
A self-styled "island warrior" in Guam has a plan in the event of a North Korean attack on his home.
Awamiya: Inside the devastated Saudi Shia town
Awamiya has been devastated by fighting between government forces and Shia militants.
Chimps can play rock-paper-scissors
Japanese researchers have taught chimps the rules of rock-paper-scissors.
Trump: 'What about alt-left violence in Charlottesville?'
The US president doubled down on his belief that "both sides" were to blame for the violent clashes.
Madeira: Twelve killed by falling tree
The moment parts of a tree fell on a crowd was caught on camera during a Facebook live.
Corpses 'piling up' in Sierra Leone
Corpses are "piled up" at the main mortuary in the capital Freetown, reports the BBC's Umaru Fofana.
Pen Hadow sets sail for North Pole as Arctic ice melts
Can 10 men and a dog, led by British explorer Pen Hadow, become the first to sail to the North Pole?
Belgians eat giant omelette in Malmedy despite egg scare
The Belgian town of Malmedy feasted on a giant omelette, defying a European egg contamination scare.
Sierra Leone mudslides: Rescue and recovery operation in Freetown
A rescue and recovery operation continues in Sierra Leone’s capital after mudslides kill more than 300.