One dead as 15 people shot in Toronto
The shooting happened on Sunday night near a restaurant in Canada's largest city.
Trump and Rouhani trade angry threats
The comments by the US and Iranian presidents come amid rising tensions between the two countries.
Macron orders office reorganisation over protester beating row
The French president acts as his ex-aide is charged over a video showing him beating up a protester.
Chinese Premier calls for crackdown on vaccine industry
There has been no evidence of harm but it's not clear how many people have received faulty vaccines.
First malaria drug in 60 years given approval
A drug that can stop people getting recurrent bouts of malaria has been approved by regulators in the United States.
Ozil steps down from German team
Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil says he no longer wants to play international football for Germany.
Israelis demand equal gay surrogacy rights
Tens of thousands of people hold a protest against a recent law denying surrogacy to gay couples.
Brazil far-right politician enters presidential race
Jair Bolsonaro has outraged many with extreme comments but is seen as a saviour by his supporters.
Trade tensions pose a risk to global growth - G20 ministers
G20 ministers call for greater dialogue to reduce the risk of trade tensions hurting the world economy.
Carter Page denies FBI claims he was Russian agent
Documents show the FBI believed Carter Page was "collaborating and conspiring" with Russia in 2016.
Somali father defends FGM after daughter, 10, dies
The girl bled to death two days after being taken to a traditional circumciser in Somalia.
Afghan airport blast: VP Gen Dostum unhurt as Kabul bomb kills 14
Fourteen die but Abdul Rashid Dostum is unhurt, as he returns to Kabul from self-imposed exile.
American student makes 3D arm for County Durham girl
Student Edward Whipple made the arm after seeing a Twitter appeal by Chloe Smith's mother.
Brush fire burns in Californian hills
Windy weather and tinder-dry grasslands fuelled a brush fire in California.
French woman in Montmartre tightrope walk
Tatiana-Mosio Bongonga walked 35 metres off the ground in front of hundreds of people in Paris.
Kitten yoga: The class where you can play with feline friends
An animal charity is hosting a new class that lets yogis play with furry creatures whilst practising their downward dog.
Waterspout over Black Sea in Russia
The rare phenomenon appeared off the coast of a seaside town.
Thousands race in Bosphorus cross-continental swim
About 2,400 people from 50 countries have participated in the 30th annual swim across the Bosphorus.
Meet the mayor of a French World War One 'ghost village'
Ten thousand dead soldiers have been lying under Fleury-devant-Douaumont since World War One.
Elon Musk's farting unicorn fight settled
The billionaire chief executive of Tesla got in a row with a Colorado potter over use of the image.
Giant moon artwork goes missing in post on way to Austria
Created by artist Luke Jerram, the giant orb artwork was on its way to a festival.
Uzbek TV channel apologises over steamy Schumer scene
Channel blames 'technical failure' for allowing Amy Schumer bedroom scene onto TV screens.
All-male Shakespeare cast causes sexism row
Shakespeare theatre founder in New Zealand apologises for keeping to the Bard's 'men only' tradition.
Facebook launches services for Inuit speakers
Social media giant promises translation interface for indigenous Canadian groups.
The inside story of the faked murder that fooled the world
Faking a murder: The assassin, the police, the victim and his wife explain how they convinced the world it was real.
How a killer disease was stopped in its tracks
Hundreds of lives may have been saved during the latest Ebola outbreak after one key development.
Zimbabwe election: Five things
More than five million Zimbabweans are going to the polls on 30 July to vote in historic elections. But what makes it different from previous votes?
The 13-year-old who built a best-selling lemonade brand
Teenage entrepreneur Mikaila Ulmer is the boss and founder of popular US drinks firm Me & The Bees Lemonade.
How saleswomen in India finally won the 'right to sit'
Many said their pay was docked if they sat down or even leaned against a wall during working hours.
Parents of premature babies face a further trauma - PTSD
There is a lack of psychological support for parents in neonatal units, a charity says.
Atlanta's Paper Boi on race and rap stardom in the USA
Newsbeat speaks to Paper Boi - aka Brian Tyree Henry - the breakout star of Donald Glover's satire on life as a black American.
Pakistan election: Who's who and why it matters
The lead-up to the vote has been dramatic, with an ex-PM arrested and several deadly militant attacks.
The mafia murders that brought down Slovakia's government
Before his death, Jan Kuciak uncovered the presence of an Italian organised crime group in Slovakia.
The mega-machines helping China link the world
As China embarks on one of the greatest infrastructure projects in history, it is changing how railways are built.
A legendary 'mermaid' still swimming at 78
Vicki Smith, 78, performs underwater as a mermaid at an iconic Florida park