Millions of vehicles have faulty Takata airbags, forcing one the nation's biggest consumer recalls.
Hong Kong actor Antony Wong considers his mixed-race heritage - and how it has shaped him.
Media outlets in Pakistan said parliament had declared it to be one, but that's not quite what happened.
Ring makes doorbells that stream videos of people approaching or ringing the front door to phones.
A small window for diplomacy emerged during the "peace Olympics" in Pyeongchang, but it's closing fast.
What you need to know about the five movies competing for the best foreign language film Oscar.
Hibo Wadere was a victim of female genital mutilation and talks about her experience.
One in five students in Los Angeles face housing insecurity - so where are they living?
At home with Superorganism - the eight-piece pop group who made a hit single before they'd even met.
Posing next to a million euros in cash, Robert Fico asked for information about Jan Kuciak's murder.
Emily Moser was beaten up in an attempted rape. Now she teaches women self-defence. She says interest in classes has risen following revelations of sexual harassment in the US.
How one hit E4 show of the 2000's has produced the Oscar nominees of today.
Donald Trump's plans receive a boost from a judge he once berated for being of "Mexican heritage".
Pyongyang has been sending equipment to the country, media reports say, citing a UN report.
Puskas, the eight-year-old police dog, required jaw surgery after tackling the fugitive.
The 90-year-old, known as "The Hyena," was sentenced to life in prison for crimes against humanity.
The company has developed new software that works with lasers to speed up its jean-making process.
Police believe these could be the people who attacked 11 traffic cameras in one day in Washington DC.
President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner's security clearance downgraded - officials.
Monica Lewinsky, who had an infamous affair with the president, reflects after the #MeToo movement.
From the Italian ruins of Pompeii to the high German peaks, extreme cold and snowfall hits Europe.
How an arson attack that burned down Germany's parliament building helped the Nazis take control.
The White House communications director and ex-model has been called Mr Trump's closest confidante.
Bystanders tried in vain to save the 22-year-old woman, who was attacked at a private game reserve.
Egyptian pop star Sherine is facing six months in prison after a joke about the River Nile.
The 1932 vehicle once belonged to the pilot who mysteriously disappeared over the Pacific Ocean
It comes after the country's opposition party was dissolved and its leader was jailed.
A prominent leader of Syria's Kurdish community has been released from detention in Prague.
Danish police could use harsher methods in deprived areas with large immigrant communities.
Scientists investigate the microbes that survive in the South American desert on very little water.
Brad Parscale joined the Trump Organization in 2011 as a digital media strategist
A government critic tells the BBC why China's president should not be allowed to rule indefinitely.
Prentis Robinson had just left a police station when he was fatally shot on Facebook Live.
India's news media face backlash over graphics showing Sridevi in bathrooms to illustrate her death
You know when you're a kid and your parents keep making you pose for holiday photos? Well that's what Hadrien Trudeau's been having to do all week.
The controversial bell, embossed with a swastika and Adolf Hitler's name, will be kept as a memorial.
US First Lady Melania Trump has been mocked online for her speech about 'positive' social media habits
The three Italians disappeared in Mexico on 31 January and local police are thought to be involved.
A 7.5-magnitude quake destroys buildings and causes mudslides in a remote region of Papua New Guinea.
German cities will be able to ban older, more polluting vehicles from some areas in a landmark ruling.
One of Australia's top police officers resigns after reportedly posting racist comments online.
The German leader criticises a charity's decision to bar foreigners from handouts.
Dubai police release the body of Bollywood star Sridevi to her family, saying investigations are complete.
After Beijing moved on the insurance and financial giant, others are likely to be worried.
US TV giant Comcast makes a bid for Sky challenging an existing offer from Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox.
The daily respite, ordered by Syria's ally Russia, is to allow civilians to leave Eastern Ghouta.
Villagers along the border are fleeing from their homes amid shelling between India and Pakistan.
An aid worker says women in Syria have been exploited by local men working on behalf of the UN.
Men delivering aid for the UN and international charities are exploiting women, the BBC has learned.
The talks follow North Korea's diplomatic overtures to the South during the Winter Olympic Games.
Cannabis is legal in nearly two-thirds of American states, but laws at the national level complicate things.
An Australian woman found the reptile as she packed food for her child, a snake handler says.
Far-right leader Heinz-Christian Strache went on Facebook to accuse the ORF and a presenter of lying.
The pair admit hiding 95kg (210lb) of cocaine in a cruise ship cabin in one of Australia's largest seizures.
Scot Peterson was branded a coward by President Trump for not confronting a school gunman.
Libyan politicians, the UN, and the EU are pushing for elections despite the country's chaos.
Linet was beaten by her boyfriend but felt ashamed to tell anyone about it. Now the young Cuban is speaking out as a national campaign aims to end domestic violence.
Thousands of old copies of the Koran are buried in tunnels beneath a mountain in western Pakistan.
Six months after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston, thousands are still rebuilding storm-ravaged homes.
The official language of fictional Wakanda is isiXhosa - also spoken in parts of South Africa.
Toni Harrison was adopted from an orphanage in Vietnam and raised in the UK.
Every year, on the last Saturday in February at high noon, World Pig commences in Forbus.
A dog fell into icy waters after wandering out on a frozen lake in Vancouver, BC.
Dellen Millard and Mark Smich are already serving life sentences for another murder.
The new South African president rejigs his cabinet and reappoints Nhlanhla Nene to finance minister.
The chief of staff is among those culled in a major shake-up while the war in Yemen continues.
She died from a kidney disease in Massachusetts on Friday, a family spokesman says.
From priests in a snowball fight at the Vatican City to icy scenes in Switzerland.
The Clerks director says he "was filled with a sense of calm" and thought he was going to die.
The president says he would have tried to stop the gunman who killed 17 in a Florida school.
"I really believe I'd run in there even if I didn't have a weapon," the president told governors.
Tornados were reported in Tennessee and Kentucky, with flooding affecting many US states.
The justices said they would not hear the case as no appeals court has yet ruled on the issue.
The duck is an anti-corruption symbol used by some Russian opposition activists.
Homeless people in Brussels could be detained overnight if they refuse shelter as a cold snap bites.
A contract killing is suspected as the journalist had been investigating alleged fraud.
Ms Trump claims the "right as a daughter to believe my father" when asked about misconduct reports.
A video of a Chinese boy urinating in a lift prompts calls for better education in the home.
How did suspected Boko Haram militants manage to kidnap more than 100 girls from a school in Nigeria?
Russia's President Putin orders a daily humanitarian pause in fighting in Eastern Ghouta enclave.
Terms like "don't agree" and "re-election" are also banned after a proposal to keep Xi Jinping in office.
A lucky 10-year-old gets an annual pass to Tbilisi's zoo after travelling 130km on his own to get there.
Applications are open in several provinces for roles that do not appear to involve front-line combat.
Found abandoned in zoos in war-torn Syria and Iraq, the pair settle into a more hospitable habitat.
The Israel Defense Forces' counter-terror unit is training how to respond to a hostage crisis.
Rome sees snow for the first time in six years while other cities also have freezing weather.
Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy causes a stir online after adopting a puppy from a South Korean dog meat farm.
TV news tribute to Russia's armed forces uses a clip from a computer game.
Featuring beautiful composition and raw emotion
Hong Kong's Ng On-yee is the first Asian to top the World Ladies Billiards and Snooker rankings.
César Duarte, who is known for his lavish lifestyle, kept bison, wild boar and llamas on his ranches.
The newly discovered site, south of Cairo, is over 2,000 years old and will take years to excavate.
Bollywood actress Sridevi Kapoor died of accidental drowning, a Dubai forensic report says
Turkey's leader sparks controversy after an exchange on TV with a sobbing girl in military uniform.
The UN says a ceasefire agreed on Saturday must start now, as fresh air strikes hit a rebel enclave.
Hungary's powerful PM Viktor Orban suffers a rare setback in a mayoral election.
A Russo-Polish climber is going down K2 after breaking from his group to scale the peak solo.
Island residents wipe shelves clean of the product as manufacturers warn of imminent price rises.
Directors say bankruptcy is the only viable option after talks with an investor group collapsed.
A navy search was called off two months ago after the ARA San Juan vanished without a trace.