The first black US president gives a rare speech to mark 100 years since Nelson Mandela’s birth.
Denmark’s EU Competition Commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, who is battling multinationals over tax.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa says Mr Obama cannot dance as well as Mandela.
The legislation would remove ambiguities in rape cases and follows a 2016 attack that shocked Spain.
A ringtone temporarily replaces the sound of bells as renovation work at a Lucerne church takes place.
A Las Vegas police officer started shooting through his windscreen at suspects during a car chase.
Newly-released footage shows the woman going through barriers before the incident in Wisconsin.
The employee’s car broke down before his first day of work, so he walked through the night.
The US president is facing an outcry after refusing to accept claims Russia meddled in US elections.
The lawsuit is an attempt to avoid liability for a 2017 mass gun attack that killed 58 people.
Mexico’s new president says he will reduce his salary by 60%.
“I’m 28 years old and I don’t have a nose anymore,” the victim tells her husband.
Amsterdam commander Leen Schaap was appointed to tackle “white male culture” in the fire brigade.
The ECHR condemns Russia over the Pussy Riot and murdered journalist Anna Politkovskaya cases.
Field visits by North Korea’s strongman are common but this time he is “appalled” by what he sees.
The government says it is responding to arson attacks, but Hamas warns of “dangerous consequences”.
The US president defended Russia over claims it interfered in the 2016 US election.
A lava “bomb” from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano hits a tour boat, injuring 23 people.
Mara Martin appears with her five-month-old daughter at a swimsuit show in Miami.
India’s government has ordered an investigation amid allegations that the charity is selling babies.
The president is handed the document, which accuses Russia of interfering in the US election.
Jim Chilton describes his challenges living along the US-Mexico border.
The BBC has copies of texts and voicemails revealing Qatar’s tortuous negotiations to free kidnapped royals.
Designs by Oleg Navalny, the brother of opposition leader Alexei, have been gaining popularity.
Children like Jumana have been left behind after the Islamic State group was pushed out of Sirte, Libya.
From collusion and meddling to wanting US-Russia relations reset, how the leaders were on the same page.
An explosion from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano strikes a tour boat causing several injuries.
Maria Butina, 29, was charged with conspiracy to act as a Russian government agent, US prosecutors say.
The US president contradicts intelligence agencies over claims of interference in the US election.
Donald Trump responds to questions about his campaign colluding with Russia during the 2016 US election.
Excited crowds of Croatian football fans in Zagreb give BBC reporter Gavin Lee a beer shower following their best ever performance at a World Cup.
Dust-covered cars, furniture and beer are revealed as Eritrea re-opens its Ethiopian embassy after 20 years.
Emboldened by his evasion of justice, the killer had begun leaving notes on little girls’ bicycles.
The victorious footballers will get the Légion d’Honneur as tens of thousands welcome them home.
Commanders may be shielded from prosecution over the violence after President Mohammed Morsi’s ousting.
A black German woman described hostility from Austrians for wearing a traditional dirndl.
A comment heralding the multicultural French World Cup winners sparks an online debate about racism.
The death toll from a suicide bombing on Friday has risen to 149 people, including nine children.
As President Trump meets Vladimir Putin, we look back at the history of summits between the two powers.
Benjamin Davis is the first Singaporean to sign a professional contract with a Premier League club.
The metro celebrates France’s World Cup victors, as the capital prepares to salute their return.
Chicago Police have clashed with protesters after a black man, who appears to have a concealed weapon, was shot whilst running away.
The footage shows Harith Augustus, 37, was armed when police fatally shot him on Saturday.
France celebrates winning the World Cup, 20 years after their first trophy on home soil.
Villagers slaughter the reptiles at a sanctuary in revenge for one of them killing a local.
The players and the president were celebrating in the changing room after France’s World Cup win.
The US leader will enter a meeting with his Russian counterpart in Finland with “low expectations”.
Permission was given after five other EU countries said they would accept some of those on the ship.
Human rights organisations in Nicaragua say at least 10 people have been killed in the south-east.