BBC News - World
Updated: 1 min ago
Is it possible for an Italian to enjoy a Starbucks coffee?
Turkey's biggest newspaper, Zaman, condemns its takeover by the authorities in a last independent edition, while supporters are tear-gassed outside.
British military advisers are training the Iraqi army for a battle against so-called Islamic state in the city of Mosul.
Murdered Honduran indigenous activist Berta Caceres, who led protests against a hydro-dam project, is laid to rest.
Concern that control over a priceless treasure in Naples is being passed to the Church sparks a protest at the Italian city's cathedral.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff visits her predecessor, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, after he is questioned over corruption allegations.
Scientists say a translucent, ghost-like octopod, found in the ocean near Hawaii, is "almost certainly" a new species.
Islamist politician Hassan al-Turabi, one of the most divisive figures in Sudan's turbulent history, dies at the age of 84.
Scientists say a translucent, "ghost-like" octopod discovered in ocean depths near Hawaii is "almost certainly" a new species.
Scott Kelly is back in the United States after spending 340 days in space, aboard the International Space Station.
A trial of the use of video assistant referees for "game-changing decisions" in football will begin no later than 2017-18.
Pope Francis describes a brutal attack on an old people's home in Yemen that left four nuns and 12 others dead as "pointless slaughter".
The Taliban have refused to resume long-stalled peace talks with the Afghan government, insisting that foreign troops pull out first.
A regional governor in northern Greece calls for a state of emergency to be imposed on the border with Macedonia as the migrant crisis grows.