US 'duck boat' survivor describes 'life-changing' ordeal
Tia Coleman says she lost nine members of her family when the boat sank in a Missouri lake.
Waterspout over Black Sea in Russia
The rare phenomenon appeared off the coast of a seaside town.
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.
French woman in Montmartre tightrope walk
Tatiana-Mosio Bongonga walked 35 metres off the ground in front of hundreds of people in Paris.
Thousands race in Bosphorus cross-continental swim
About 2,400 people from 50 countries have participated in the 30th annual swim across the Bosphorus.
Lebanese farmer: Growing cannabis should be legal
Lebanon is considering legalising cannabis. A farmer explains why this could "benefit everyone".
Mirjana Kika Milosevic uses make-up to turn herself invisible.
Mirjana Kika Milosevic's had over 56 million YouTube views painting herself in different optical illusions.
Being a journalist in Sudan: I face mockery, rejection and harassment
A Sudanese photojournalist says she faces mockery and verbal harassment for working in the country as a woman.
Fukushima beach in Japan reopens to bathers
The beach in Soma City, Japan, has opened to the public for the first time since the nuclear disaster in 2011.
Macron's Alexandre Benalla's suspected assault of May Day protesters
Eyewitness account of a man later identified as Alexandre Benalla attacking May Day protesters.
India's PM Narendra Modi startled by Rahul Gandhi hug
The political foes had a brief embrace on the floor of the lower house of the Indian parliament.
Meet the rat killers of New York City
New York is the second most rat-infested US city and one group has taken matters into its own hands.
White House Putin visit 'going to be special'
US Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats reacts to Vladimir Putin's White House invite.
Yemeni refugees flee to South Korean holiday island of Jeju
Hundreds of Yemeni refugees have arrived on the resort island of Jeju, off mainland South Korea.
Dolphins rescued from shallow water in Tasmania
It's thought the dolphins had become stranded chasing fish as the tide went out.
Nairobi National Park railway 'threatens Kenyan wildlife'
Conservationists are crying foul over a high-speed railway being built through Nairobi National Park.
US mid-term elections: Would this 17-year-old get your vote?
You can currently run for office at any age in Kansas, under laws which are part of the state constitution.
Russian ambassadors react to Trump remarks at Helsinki summit
Steve Rosenberg hears from ambassadors "amazed" at how Russia-US relations are being portrayed negatively.
'Abolish ICE': Could US migrant detention force be broken up?
Protesters are questioning the agency's role in enforcing President Trump's zero-tolerance policy.
Women fight back against Peru's national sterilisation scheme
Thousands of indigenous Peruvian women say they were forcibly sterilised in a state family planning scheme.
Abstentionist Irish rebel MP finally enters Westminster
The painting forms part of the UK Parliament's Voice and Vote exhibition
Antarctic seabed site gets protection after reporter's submarine trip
Video of a seabed filmed by a BBC journalist has helped the area get special protection.
Oregon wildfire causes death and evacuations
The fast moving fire has been burning since Tuesday and has spread over 45,000-acres.
Would you choose to sleep with the fishes?
Councillors are considering a proposal for an underwater graveyard off Australia's Gold Coast.
Nelson Mandela's cellmate reads a poem in honour of his friend
Nelson Mandela's cellmate Andrew Mlangeni reads a poem in honour of his friend.
Thai cave boys: 'This experience makes me stronger'
The 12 boys and their football coach describe their time trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand.
What costs billions and never ends?
Around the world, most campaigns last a few weeks. In the US, it's a different story - here's why.
End of the road for Dublin rickshaws?
The Irish government proposes banning rickshaws amid drug-dealing and safety complaints.
Yemen war: What life is like for children in the country
Ramzi is 11 and has become the man of the house after his father was killed in a Saudi airstrike.
Nelson Mandela: Why some young South Africans think he 'sold out'
Young South Africans give their views on anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela, born exactly 100 years ago.
The feminist who revolutionised Egypt
Huda Shaarawi launched a successful feminist revolution fighting for the rights of girls and women.
Trump says he 'misspoke' at Putin summit
The US president was in the dark about why he faced a backlash - but can changing one word fix that?
Silver Snipers: The gaming team with an average age of 67
A group of five elderly Swedish gamers has stormed an online battlefield.
Thailand cave rescue: Boy 'shocked' to be found
One of the boys rescued from the Tham Luang caves described the moment divers arrived.
BMX fan in Nigeria overjoyed by bike sent in post
A 20-year-old Nigerian says he is "the happiest person in the world" after receiving the bike gift.
A behind the scenes look at F1 tech
BBC Click gets exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the technology behind F1.
'I survived the bombing of the King David Hotel'
How an armed Zionist group attacked the British HQ in Palestine, killing 91 people.
Mandela or Obama, who is the better dancer?
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says Mr Obama cannot dance as well as Mandela.
Yemen leader defends Saudi-led strikes
Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi says he has no regrets about the Saudi-led military operation in Yemen.
Mobile ringtone replaces sound of Swiss church bells
A ringtone temporarily replaces the sound of bells as renovation work at a Lucerne church takes place.