France's president visits his US counterpart this week, but their relationship hasn't always been steady.
The law shortens asylum application deadlines and doubles the time illegal migrants can be detained.
James Shaw Jr disarmed a gunman who killed four people at a Waffle House in Nashville, Tennessee.
President Daniel Ortega revokes pensions and social security cuts after at least 25 people die in riots.
New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern talks exclusively to the BBC about how she'll juggle a baby with politics.
Meet "Plastic King" Robert Bezeau and his four-storey castle made out of recycled bottles in Panama.
Lonnie's tongue is about to be removed. What will he say to loved ones with his final words?
The unlikely personal rapport between Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump raises France's global profile.
A team of African asylum seekers, All Black FC, hope football can change their lives in Hong Kong.
A young tribesman is leading protests against killings and abductions by Pakistan's army.
Using single-number identity systems for everything is not a good idea.
The former New York Mayor offers $4.5m to cover the lapsed US contribution to the Paris climate deal.
Police find the body of a Canadian man who was accused of murdering an indigenous spiritual leader.
The man burst into a Nashville restaurant and opened fire before a customer sezied his rifle.
Andrea Nahles becomes the SPD's first woman leader in 154 years - at a time of crisis for the party.
A 20-year-old outdoorsman bitten by a shark had previously survived a bear attack and snake bite.
Thousands of anti-government protesters march through Yerevan after their leader is detained.
The French leader says there are no other options for the nuclear deal, which Mr Trump opposes.
Opposition MP Nikol Pashinyan was taken into custody shortly after a TV exchange with PM Serzh Sargsyan.
The 57 dead include five children accompanying their parents registering to vote in Kabul.
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