French media say Khaled Aedh Alotaibi was arrested at Charles-de-Gaulle airport on Tuesday.
The US and Russian leaders speak by video link, as Moscow warns tensions in Europe are “off the scale”.
Hackers behind a malicious “botnet” may have used their network to infect over a million computers.
The outbreak among ICU staff in Málaga is believed to have started at a Christmas party last week.
A jury decided Craig Wright, who says he created the cryptocurrency, can retain bitcoin worth billions of dollars.
Vice-President Prosper Bazombanza says at least 38 people died and scores more were injured.
A law allowing same-sex marriage is approved in the historically Catholic Latin American country.
Customers of the e-commerce giant report problems with shopping services, Prime Video and Alexa.
Michael Steinhardt is banned for life from buying such treasures following an investigation.
Thousands of pleas for help went unread and the foreign secretary lacked urgency, an ex-official says.
A major report on wealth and inequality says 2020 saw the steepest rise in billionaires’ wealth on record.
The 19-year-old had eloped and married a man without her family’s consent, police said.
Princess Amalia had an ordinary childhood and wants her life to continue that way.
A trailblazing figure with a 50-year career, he helped vastly improve cultural representations.
After experiencing an unusual allergic reaction, Carrie moves across America to escape the sun.
Iman Le Caire made it her mission to help other trans people flee persecution in hostile countries.
Fashion icon Halima Aden and Afghan tutor Aliya Kazimy write to each other about the importance of choice.
Juan Jose Florian was forced into armed conflict on the opposite side to family. When a bomb nearly killed him, sport helped heal.
Watch Valdya Baraputri in Indonesia describe the path of destruction from Mount Semeru’s eruption.
The actress, producer and director opens up about her weight loss, in an exclusive BBC interview.
Mahbouba Seraj is a prominent Afghan women’s rights activist. She has a personal message for the Taliban.
The White House says no US diplomats will attend the games in China, over human rights concerns.
A so-called Super Green Pass will be needed to access theatres, cinemas and restaurants.
More than 100 have been arrested over the lynching of a Sri Lankan man accused of insulting Islam.
The country is the first to get money from the European Commission’s Brexit Adjustment Reserve.
The ex-leader of Myanmar, who faces a total of 11 charges, is sentenced to two years in prison.
The father of Sylvester Oromoni, 12, believes he was attacked for refusing to join a “cult group”.
The Canadian province of Quebec produces 70% of the world’s maple syrup supply.
“Last time I did this I cried,” said the head of the online mortgage lender laying off 15% of his staff.
Three people among a group of 17 North American missionaries abducted in October are freed.