BBC News - World
  1. Park Geun-hye: S Korea trial of impeached president begins

    The corruption trial of Park Geun-hye is the latest stage in her dramatic fall from power.
  2. Trump meets Palestinian leader Abbas in West Bank

    The US president holds talks with Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem, amid protests against the visit.
  3. Indonesian men caned for gay sex in Aceh

    It is the first time the Indonesian province has caned anyone for gay sex, a crime under its Islamic law.
  4. US forces kill seven al-Qaeda militants in Yemen, says Pentagon

    Tuesday's raid east of the capital Sanaa targeted an al-Qaeda compound, the US military says.
  5. Greece fails to secure fresh bailout funds

    Talks with eurozone ministers are expected to continue ahead of the next official meeting on 15 June.
  6. Rebel Wilson sues magazine publisher over 'nasty' articles

    The Hollywood actor alleges she lost film roles after magazines portrayed her as a liar.
  7. Brazil president retreats from attempts to suspend investigation

    Michel Temer's lawyers say he is confident the Supreme Court will acquit him and clear his name.
  8. Ex-national security adviser ducks Senate's Russia inquiry

    President Trump's fired aide invokes his constitutional right against self-incrimination.
  9. Hungary rejects EU pressure over asylum and university laws

    The EU says recent policy moves by Hungary's government could conflict with EU law and values.
  10. Gambian ex-President Yahya Jammeh 'stole $50m' from state

    Yahya Jammeh, who left the country in January, has had his remaining assets frozen by a court.
  11. Sinkhole opens at Trump's Florida retreat

    The hole has formed directly in front of the golf resort, close to a newly installed water main.
  12. Haitians who came after earthquake granted six-month extension

    Trump administration announces extension to temporary protection status of 60,000 Haitians.
  13. Manchester explosion: Witnesses share their stories

    Powerful stories from people who were at Manchester Arena on Monday night.
  14. Manchester Police: This was a terrorist attack

    Ian Hopkins from Greater Manchester Police has given an update on the investigation after Monday's terror attack at the Manchester Arena.
  15. Concert goers flee Ariana Grande gig

    Twenty-two people are dead and scores injured in a possible terrorist incident at an Ariana Grande concert.
  16. Manchester Arena incident: Eyewitness describes 'explosion'

    An eyewitness tells the BBC he was blown through doors by an explosion at Manchester Arena.
  17. The moment a sea lion pulls a girl underwater

    Experts warn against getting too close to wild animals after a sea lion pulls a young girl underwater.
  18. Iran's President Rouhani has quite the to-do list

    Hassan Rouhani worked hard for re-election - but he'll have to work even harder on three big issues.
  19. Mexican Tarahumara woman wins 50km race wearing sandals

    The 22-year-old is from Mexico's Tarahumara indigenous community, known for being excellent runners.
  20. Microwave mushrooms 'to keep their goodness', scientists say

    Grilling and microwaving are the best ways to cook the fungi, a Spanish study says.
  21. Tokyo police crack down on cosplay kart tour safety

    Operators urged to improve safety standards of their fancy dress karting tours.
  22. Pop music used to ridicule Russia's young protesters

    Music videos on YouTube are disparaging young Russians from protesting against the government.
  23. Kenyans query maize imports amid price hikes

    A shipment of the food staple is raising questions about the government's response to shortages.
  24. Herd knowledge

    As a warming climate threatens traditional food supplies in the Arctic, one rural Alaskan village is flying in hundreds of reindeer by cargo plane. James Cook went to find out why.
  25. Missing mystery

    Briton Tom Stewart went missing in Malta a year ago, fleeing a hospital without money or a passport.
  26. Makeshift army

    The US and Uganda are stopping the hunt for notorious rebel leader Joseph Kony but he is still a threat.
  27. Online revolution

    As the internet becomes more widespread in Cuba, online start-ups are emerging. But challenges remain.
  28. Hard to miss

    Mountaineers have said an iconic part of the mountain has collapsed but some locals disagree.