• Trump asked to determine Saudi prince's 'role' in Khashoggi murder
The US president is asked to determine whether the crown prince was involved in the Khashoggi murder.
• Yemen crisis: 85,000 children 'dead from malnutrition'
Many thousands of under-fives have died from deprived diets due to the war, a leading charity warns.
• Likely next Interpol chief Prokopchuk 'fox in the henhouse', US senators say
Interpol will be "seized by the mafia" if a Russian official is elected as its president, critics warn.
• NY Stock Exchange President: 'A man wouldn't get that question'
Stacey Cunningham is the first female president of the New York Stock Exchange.
• Venus Williams settles car crash lawsuit
Tennis star Venus Williams reaches an agreement over a collision that resulted in a man's death.
• Gunmen abduct Italian aid worker in Kenya
Unidentified gunmen have abducted an Italian aid worker in south-eastern Kenya, police say.
• Nedim Yasar: Reformed gangster shot after book launch
Nedim Yasar, 31, dies in Copenhagen after promoting his memoir on how he left a life of crime.
• Mexican tetra fish may offer heart repair clues
A fish that can repair its own heart may hold clues for future treatments in people, according to a study.
• Millie Bobby Brown: 'I've been bullied... that inspires me'
The Stranger Things actor discusses her role as the youngest ever Unicef Goodwill ambassador.
• US says China has 'not altered' unfair trade practices
The latest attacks come ahead of a high-stakes meeting between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping this month.
• Parents 'not wholly to blame for child weight gain'
A study suggests parents adapt their feeding styles in line with a child's natural weight and size.
• The tech that could make water use sustainable
Scientists in Finland and the UK have built a computer model that visualises groundwater levels in real time.
• Glamour magazine to go online only in the US
The magazine said it would target its readers online "on the platforms they frequent most".
• 'Asking about suicide doesn’t cause suicide'
Suicide rates in America are rising, particularly among white, middle-aged men. This summer camp helps families deal with their grief.
• Gaza Strip's only concert grand piano makes music again
The only concert grand piano in Gaza has been restored and played in a rare concert.
• Drones called in to save the Great Wall of China
A very 21st Century piece of tech is being called in to save the crumbling Great Wall of China.
• Student photographers confront societal issues
Student photojournalists at the London College of Communication explore issues from around the world.
• The unsung life of the composer Fanny Mendelssohn
Fanny Mendelssohn was a prolific composer, but her music is less well-known than her brother Felix's.
• Trump jokes about vote recounts at turkey pardon
The president managed to squeeze the mid-terms and Democratic subpoenas into a light-hearted speech.
• Yemen: Where children rummage through rubbish for food
After nearly four years of war in Yemen, Houthi rebels and the Saudi-led military coalition appeared to agree to pause fighting. But it wasn’t to last.
• What it's like to be in a 'throuple' relationship
Cathy and Thomas are married. They're also in a relationship with Nicole. They are in a three-way relationship, often referred to as a ‘throuple’.
• Police officer rescues baby bear in California
The bear was rummaging for food in a dumpster in Truckee when it became trapped.
• 'I hire a man to pretend to be my daughter’s dad - and she doesn't know'
When Asako saw her daughter was bullied for not having a dad she hired a man to act out the role. Ten years on, her daughter doesn't know the truth.
• What to look for in Brexit declaration
Brexit involves a key political declaration on future ties - so what will it cover? Adam Fleming explains.
• Sisto Malaspina: The cafe owner who has stirred Melbourne's grief
Murdered in a terror attack, Sisto Malaspina has been remembered for his remarkable "Australian story".
• Letter from Africa: Cremations 'threaten' Zimbabwe's ancestral spirits
Cremation is provoking a huge debate in Zimbabwe, bringing cultural and religious beliefs to the fore.
• Iraqi university rebuilds after IS 'dark age'
Mosul University is trying to recover from the trauma of war and occupation by the so-called Islamic State.
• Are French riots a curse or a blessing for Macron?
As France finds itself in the grip of fuel protests, how will President Macron respond?
• Forrest scores hat-trick as Scotland win to top Nations League group
James Forrest's treble secures Scotland a Nations League play-off place as Alex McLeish's side come from behind to beat Israel.
• Albania 1-0 Wales: Humbling defeat for Giggs as Gunter breaks caps record
Wales suffer an embarrassing 1-0 friendly defeat in Albania to take the shine off Chris Gunter's record-breaking 93rd appearance.
• Charlton Athletic's Lyle Taylor secures hat-trick with sublime chip
Watch Charlton striker Lyle Taylor's sublime chip which secured his hat-trick for Charlton Athletic in their 5-0 win over Mansfield Town.
• Somaliland: Starting a national team in a country that doesn't exist
Somaliland is not a UN recognised nation but this has not stopped four men attempting to develop a national football set-up.
• Jordan Nobbs' injury hits England World Cup hopes - Kelly Smith
Jordan Nobbs' serious knee injury is a "big blow" to England's World Cup chances in France next year, according to record goalscorer Kelly Smith.
• Poland draw and send Germany into pot two for Euro 2020 qualifying
Poland come from behind to draw with Portugal and ensure they will be in pot one for the Euro 2020 qualifying draw.
• 'I'm working on both my primary skills' - Bairstow will not give up on dual England role
Wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow says he wants to regain his England place as a wicketkeeper, rather than a specialist batsman.
• When Paradise burned down
The full story of the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California's history.
• Jonestown: Rebuilding my life after surviving the massacre
Laura Johnston Kohl reflects on surviving the events of November 1978, when more than 900 died.
• Suneung: The day silence falls over South Korea
More than half a million students take on an exam for which they have been preparing all their lives.
• The girl who witnessed Kristallnacht
Eighty years ago the Nazis' persecution of the Jews suddenly turned violent. Ruth Winkelmann still remembers it vividly.