Witnesses tell the BBC how men with sticks and axes started one of the world's longest conflicts.
The proposal to appoint the Zimbabwean president as a WHO goodwill ambassador sparked an outcry.
The "wonder from down under" has been free from recession for more than a quarter of a century.
Why are more people running marathons in all 50 states - and what does it say about modern America?
On just one night a year Faroese men can hunt gannet chicks, considered a delicacy. It involves a dangerous climb down steep cliffs.
Laetitia Ky uses coat hangers, wires and pins to make "hair sculptures" for her Instagram fans.
How the body art of the Moscow underworld is coming back into fashion.
Millions are voting in the election, which was called by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last month.
Catalan President Carles Puigdemont says Catalonia will not accept Madrid's plan to curb region's powers
The US president says he will allow scheduled release of classified files relating to Kennedy's assassination.
With about a third of votes counted, Andrej Babis' party has secured a significant lead.
It brings the death toll from attacks in Afghanistan to around 200 in this week alone.
The Evening Standard says they made "the wrong call" to edit the singer's elaborate hairstyle.
Gunfire, danger - a few of the hazards facing a BBC team covering the news from Iraq.
Senior Republican Paul Ryan had a few presidential jokes up his sleeve at a charity dinner.
The suspect fled the scene after the attack, with no motive apparent, police say.
The family-run cafe like no other where you have to sign to get served.
The Spanish cabinet is meeting shortly to decide whether or not to impose direct rule on Catalonia.
Officers seize more than 150,000 files with disturbing images of young children and teenagers.
The forces are reported to have been looking for the militants' hideout when they came under attack.