BBC News - World
  1. China landslide leaves 100 missing in Sichuan

    A rescue operation is under way after about 40 homes were destroyed in Sichuan province.
  2. White House: Qatar Gulf row is a 'family issue'

    US spokesman Sean Spicer says Qatar, Saudi Arabia and others should "work crisis out themselves".
  3. Colombia conflict: Seized Dutch journalists still held

    ELN rebels deny earlier reports that the two journalists abducted last weekend have now been freed.
  4. Venezuelan dad makes plea to president

    David Vallenilla's son was shot dead by military police during a protest earlier in the week.
  5. Saudis 'foil suicide attack' on Mecca's Grand Mosque

    Officials say a suicide bomber blew himself up when security forces surrounded the house he was in.
  6. Turkish water park: Children and adults electrocuted

    Three children, and two adults who tried to rescue them, die at a water park in north-west Turkey.
  7. Brexit: EU leaders says UK offer could 'worsen situation'

    Donald Tusk says offer to EU nationals could "worsen the situation" as Mrs May defends her plan.
  8. Trump casts doubt on Russia investigator Mueller

    The president questions the neutrality of the man investigating alleged election interference.
  9. Glastonbury 2017: Johnny Depp apologises for Trump comment

    The actor says his remarks were in "poor taste" and did not "come out as intended".
  10. Canada community hit by suicide crisis

    Wapekeka First Nation is calling for more mental health funding following three suicides.
  11. Pakistan day of violence: Scores killed and injured

    Violence at different ends of the country kill nearly 50 people and injure many more, officials say.
  12. John Magufuli's pregnant schoolgirl ban angers Tanzanian women

    An online petition is set up after the president said mothers would be too distracted to go to school.
  13. Tornado causes major spillage at Alabama liquor store

    Tropical Storm Cindy tears through the southern United States creating extreme weather patterns and widespread damage, including this liquor store.
  14. California 'road rage' results in motorway car crash

    A car swerved dramatically after an altercation with a motorcyclist in California. Footage courtesy Chris Traber
  15. 'I saw Warmbier seized at NK airport'

    The British roommate of Otto Warmbier saw his American friend being arrested - he never saw him again.
  16. US woman, 66, is oldest to swim English Channel

    Pat Gallant-Charette, 66, becomes the oldest woman to make the 21-mile swim across the English Channel.
  17. Russian warships launch missiles at IS targets in Syria

    Missiles are fired from the Mediterranean at Islamic State group targets in Syria.
  18. Sheryl Sandberg: Tools like Facebook 'used for evil and good'

    How Facebook's new initiative plans to tackle extremist and hate speech online.
  19. EU chief's one-word response to May's plan

    EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker isn't sure what the UK wants.
  20. Online concern over Chinese 'human embroidery' trend

    Chinese media highlight an online trend that sees users stitching patterns through their skin.
  21. RuPaul to get star on Hollywood walk of fame along with Snoop Dogg and Simon Cowell

    The drag queen is to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year along with Snoop Dogg and Simon Cowell.
  22. Russians build three-car fidget spinner

    Motor enthusiasts attempt a motorised version of the cult toy, and very nearly succeed.
  23. Britons held in Finland after going to Russia for beer

    Orienteering team can't resist the lure of cheap beer over the Finland-Russia border.
  24. Parents in the dog house after 'Scooby Snacks' mix-up

    Dozens of horrified New Zealand parents accidentally feed their children treats meant for dogs.
  25. A mother's love

    Award-winning photographer Chris de Bode describes the desperation of people living in northern Cameroon.
  26. 'Poisonous theory'

    The "controversial" theory is too complex for schoolchildren, an education official says.
  27. Eid etiquette

    A guide on how to deal with "uncomfortable questions" during family gatherings after Ramadan.
  28. 'They slaughtered us'

    The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse is one of the first reporters to reach the de-facto IS capital Raqqa.
  29. 'Macronmania'?

    The French president makes his debut in Brussels, but it will take him more than smiles to succeed.