Michael Flynn's lawyer says the ex-national security adviser must guard against "unfair prosecution".
They were prevented from leaving Pyongyang after a diplomatic row erupted over Kim Jong-nam's death.
Its stripes are more like a bumblebee's.
A seat with a protruding penis appeared on Mexico City's metro to highlight sexual harassment.
The draft proposals will be sent to the 27 nations that will remain in the EU once the UK has left.
The departure of Pravin Gordhan comes after speculation that has hit South Africa's markets.
Authorities order evacuations across two states in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie.
How Russia became an expert at information warfare - and the risks that poses for Europe.
The BBC's Julian Keane speaks to Farc rebels gathered in transition zones about their hopes for peace.
Farc fighters gathered in a "transition zone" speak about their hopes for peace and their plans for the future.
China begins closing down its legal ivory trade, but will consumer attitudes to prized artwork change?
BBC Arabic's Basheer Al Zaidi returns to his hometown of Mosul to find out how life has changed after the end of occupation by so-called Islamic State.
Meet the Norwegian women going through gruelling special forces training.
SpaceX flies and lands a Falcon 9 rocket that had already been used on a previous mission.
It will house Jewish families evicted from an outpost in Amona - the Palestinians condemn the move.
Venezuela's government is widely condemned after the National Assembly was stripped of powers.
"We can't necessarily focus on Assad," says a US envoy in remarks that alarm the Syrian opposition.
The 24-year-old was arrested despite having a work permit and being protected from deportation.
Ruby Stein and her cat, Nikki, rationed their food and fashioned a blanket to stave off the cold.
Park Geun-hye is taken to a detention centre south of Seoul after a court approves her arrest.
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