Further details emerge of the attackers behind the Easter Sunday bombings that killed 359 people.
The North Korean leader will meet President Putin for the first time near the city of Vladivostok.
The immigration raid targeted a group of 3,000 Central Americans who are trying to reach the US.
Fr Martin Magill receives a standing ovation when he asks why it took the journalist's death to unite parties.
References to sexual and reproductive health were removed over US opposition to abortion.
Sudanese protest icon Alaa Salah - the "Nubian Queen" - tells the BBC about her unexpected fame.
The US wants its intelligence allies, including the UK, to exclude the Chinese telecoms giant.
For decades thousands of Irish mothers were confined in homes and had their babies taken from them. Will the full truth ever be revealed?
Experts say the rate of forest fires in Europe is "way above the average".
Reviewers say Avengers: Endgame is an "irresistible" and "satisfying" follow-up to 2018's Infinity War.
Children under two should not be given screens or TV to keep them quiet, new guidelines say.
Boeing still does not know how the crisis over the safety of its 737 Max jets will hit its financial performance.
The BBC reports from aboard a training ship on display to celebrate 70 years of China's navy.
Twitter says CEO Jack Dorsey spoke with the president about "the health of public conversation".
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