A Unicef report exposes the extreme dangers of violent and sexual abuse faced by child migrants.
The US rocket company says the customers have already paid for the flight planned for late 2018.
South Korea's intelligence agency says four North Koreans wanted by Malaysia over killing are spies.
Scientists at the University of Ottawa have developed a way of growing human cells and tissue on apples.
The man is suspected of trying to advise the Islamic State group on developing missiles, PM says.
The accused mistakenly thought he'd just attacked two Middle Eastern men, according to a 911 call.
The US Dow Jones stock index closes at a record high for the 12th day running on Trump spending plans.
Washington will no longer argue that the law was intended to discriminate against some voters.
Reports are unclear whether Abu al-Khayr al-Masri survived an attack on a car in Idlib province.
People will not have to pay mobile data charges to access the online encyclopaedia.
Donald Trump proposes a 10% military spending increase, paid for by deep cuts elsewhere.
While murder has long lost the capacity to shock in El Salvador, Gustavito's death has hit a nerve.
An armed woman driver fired shots into the car before fleeing the scene, says the victim's mother.
Hundreds of protesters outside court demand Royal Newfoundland Constabulary fire the officer.
Ren Hang's work displayed a struggle for creative and sexual freedoms in a conservative society.
The moment when La La Land producer realised Moonlight had won the Oscar for best picture
How choosing music over university paid off for singer-songwriter Joel Tan, aka Gentle Bones.
As India is about to release its latest economic growth numbers, BBC News looks at why two-wheelers are seen as a barometer of the economy.
Alex Eagle looks at the best dressed stars on the red carpet at the Academy Awards.
We go behind the scenes at a National Front rally in Nantes.
Since the ceasefire between the Colombia government and the Farc rebels came into force in December many Farc women fighters have put down their guns and started families instead.
It will have 7,000 signs that explain words used in academic and routine conversations.
One man recalls how he risked his life to help victims of the terror attack in Sousse.
The mother of conspiracy theorist Max Spiers believes his computer was wiped and she wants answers.
The phone auctioned last week has proven controversial: some say it did not belong to the Nazi leader.
Speculation is rife and defectors are unnerved by the death of the North Korean in Malaysia.
Saidy Brown discusses the extraordinary reaction after she disclosed her HIV status on Twitter.
How technology and disillusionment with mainstream media is affecting France's presidential election.
So-called Islamic State is using commercial drones to drop bombs as it fights to hold west Mosul.
Leicester produce a superb display to beat Liverpool and move out of the bottom three in their first game since the sacking of Claudio Ranieri.
Match of the Day 2 pundit Dietmar Hamann says Leicester's 3-1 victory over Liverpool shows that the club made the "right decision" to sack manager Claudio Ranieri.
It is "too early to speculate" on rule changes after Italy used controversial tactics against England, says the sport's governing body.
David Haye and Tony Bellew are kept apart by security guards but exchange insults at a heated Liverpool news conference.
Critically acclaimed film Moonlight is not a response to last year's #OscarsSoWhite criticism, the film's director says.
Was diversity the real winner on a night where an LGBTQ film won the Oscar for best picture?
Director Asghar Farhadi's The Salesman won best foreign language film but he boycotted the awards.
Celebrities used a variety of ways to protest against President Trump's travel ban during the ceremony.
Emma Stone says this year's Oscars have felt 'like another planet'.
This year's Academy Awards had it all: surprises, controversy and even snacks on parachutes.