BBC News - World
Updated: 11 min 37 sec ago
The so-called Islamic State is using drones in the battle for Mosul in Iraq.
Widow of Srinivas Kuchibhotla, who was killed in a suspected race crime, tells the BBC he came to the US "full of dreams".
A militant group says it was behind attacks by gunmen and suicide bombers on two security bases.
A man drives a car into a pedestrian area and is shot by police after a standoff.
The widow of an Indian man killed in the US says she was worried about hate crimes.
A passer-by filmed police shooting a man who drove his car into three people.
Indonesian woman Siti Aisyah is interviewed over the death of the North Korean leader's half-brother.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters hold a rally demanding that South Korea's president resign.
Thousands of followers of witchcraft say they cast a spell to stop the US president causing harm.
The former Australian and New Zealand internationals were buying cocaine, police sources say.
Hundreds vent their anger at President Rodrigo Duterte as they mark the "people power" anniversary.
Shifa Gardi, of the Iraqi Kurdish channel Rudaw, is killed by a roadside bomb as she covers clashes.
Thousands of people dressed as nuns have been enjoying the first day of Rio's carnival.
How is the country's rural population viewing the presidential contest?
Adel al-Jubeir meet Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in first visit by a Saudi foreign minister since 1990.
Michael J Fox and Jodie Foster lead an anti-Donald Trump protest two days before the Oscars in Los Angeles.
A semi-submersible ship is carrying an oil platform from China to the North Sea off the UK.
What's it like for aspiring performers in the real La La Land?
A lightning look at the films up for an Oscar in the best picture category
White House correspondents' body "protests strongly" as BBC, CNN and others excluded.