The inventor who plans to build a city under the sea
After spending decades exploring the deep sea, Phil Nuytten plans to build a colony there.
Osborne Macharia on the Afrofuturism revolution
Visual artist Osborne Macharia wants the cultural movement to revolutionise the perception of Africa.
The daring Allied plan to defeat the Nazis
The daring Allied parachute drop to win WW2
Officials watch as fiery cyclone grows over 200 ft high
Firefighters encountered the swirling blaze in Vanderhoof, BC, while battling wildfires in the area.
Ukraine's Roma living on fringes of society
Stories of families living on the breadline are common, as are stories of racist attacks.
India's only self-made female billionaire
Self-made billionaire Kiran Mazumdar Shaw shares her secrets for succeeding in a man's world.
Returning to Idlib - One Syrian's story
Muaz is risking his life back home in Idlib after returning to the city destroyed by war.
Will peace follow South Korean President's Pyongyang trip?
North Korea has agreed to shut one of the country's main missile testing and launch sites.
‘I can fix a top Algerian football match for $68,000’
Whistle-blowers tell the BBC how bribery impacts on all levels of football in Algeria.
Brexit: What does Germany's media think?
In addition to assigning blame, there are concerns about Brexit's effect on economies at home and abroad.
Grenfell: Back to the school
15 months after Grenfell, the school below the tower reopens its doors - what's it like to return?
Khan al-Ahmar: The West Bank village facing demolition
After ten years of legal battles, Israel's Supreme Court has authorised the destruction of Khan al-Ahmar.
CCTV footage of 85-year-old tackling armed raiders goes viral
When three would-be robbers stormed into a County Cork bookmakers, they did not bet on facing a formidable 85-year-old.
Tariq Ramadan: #MeToo in the Muslim world
Several women have come forward to accuse Tariq Ramadan, one of the Muslim world’s most famous thinkers, of sexual assault.
'North Korea took everything from us'
Ham Eun-hyeock survived the alleged attack on a South Korean navy ship which killed 46 sailors.
Florence: Hundreds rescued as flooding swells in Carolinas
Emergency crews have rescued more than 900 people in North Carolina as floodwaters continue to rise.
Money wives: The Nigerian girls sold to repay debts
Young girls are sold to men as old as 90 in the custom still practised in Nigeria's Becheve community.
Why does this town in Brazil have so many twins?
Cândido Godói is a village of 7,000 inhabitants in the south of Brazil that has a phenomenal number of twin births.
Artist Dain Yoon's illusions challenge notions of self
South Korean artist Dain Yoon creates stunning illusions using makeup.
Typhoon Mangkhut: People buried by landslide
Rescuers in the Philippines are searching for bodies buried by a landslide that hit as one of the most powerful storms in decades battered the region.
Aussie policeman's beat covers area as big as the UK
It takes this police officer four days to drive across his beat, which covers huge areas of the Australian outback.
Souvenirs celebrating French presidency go on sale
A new line of official souvenirs celebrating the French presidency have gone on sale this weekend.
The people who wrote letters to Obama
President Barack Obama received 65,000 letters each week and tried to answer 10 of them each day.
'The bride and groom of the revolution'
The love story of one couple, kept apart for years by civil war.
A new reality? Putting Magic Leap One to the test
Magic Leap's new mixed reality headset is available to developers in the US - but how does the device compare to what's already available?
Philippines Typhoon Mangkhut: Destruction in Aparri
Howard Johnson revisits the town of Aparri to assess the damage wreaked by Typhoon Mangkhut.
Storm Florence makes landfall
Several deaths have been linked to the storm and thousands of people are staying in emergency shelters.
Nasa laser launches into space
ICESat-2 will use laser beams to measure ice levels on Earth as it orbits 500km above the planet.
Storms, viruses, bankers: What could cause another economic crisis?
Ten years ago the global economy almost collapsed, but what happened next and what might cause another global economic crisis?
Huutajat Choir: Performers on the power in shouting
It is a choir with a difference that sees power in shouting.
Sausage records and deer calling
A few of the stories you may have missed this week.
Being 18 on UK's Rathlin Island
Benedict Anslow talks about what life is like as one of the few young people on Rathlin Island.
Typhoon Mangkhut: Philippines hit by flash flooding and landslides
Typhoon Mangkhut has led to widespread destruction in the Philippines.
Gas explosions set homes ablaze
More than 30 homes and buildings caught fire after a series of explosions rocked three towns.
The Skripal suspects' walk through Salisbury
Two suspects in the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in the UK have said they were merely tourists.
World Afro Day: ‘Why I love my natural hair’
Women talk about why they love their natural hair.
Putin visits Russia's biggest war games and vows to boost army
The president says Russia's biggest war games since the fall of the Soviet Union are purely defensive.
Tying down roofs ahead of typhoon
People in the Philippines are preparing for the worst as Typhoon Mangkhut powers towards them.
On the ground as hurricane hits US
BBC correspondents show us what they're seeing as the storm nears the coasts of the Carolinas.
Why the shock of 2008 still matters today
Ten years ago the collapse of an American investment bank changed British life forever.
Seok Chang-woo: The artist who uses his body to paint
Seok Chang-woo lost his arms in an accident and now works with his whole body in order to paint.
Zakynthos rockfall: Greece tourists film aftermath of cliff collapse
Several people were hurt when a cliff collapsed on a popular beach on the Greek island of Zakynthos.
Sex, body image, disability: 'Why I think you can be sexy and disabled'
Social media star and wheelchair user Annie Segarra started #hotpersoninawheelchair after being constantly discriminated for being disabled.
Skripal suspects deny involvement in Salisbury Novichok poisoning
Two men named as suspects in the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in the UK say they were just tourists.