The first delivery of a security assistance package includes ammunition for “front line defenders”.
Amid growing fears of a Russian invasion, BBC correspondents gauge the public mood in Kyiv and Moscow.
Jean-Jacques Savin, who was 75, had previously made the voyage in a large barrel.
A Saudi-led coalition denies it struck a detention centre on Friday, killing more than 70 people.
Carrie Lam says the priority is to control the rise in cases partly caused by an outbreak in pet hamsters.
Until last week, the remote island nation of Kiribati had recorded just two Covid cases.
The actor-politician was unhurt in the collision, as photos show a large SUV on top of other cars.
The BBC searches for an Afghan woman removed from her home after protesting against Taliban rule.
Brian Laundrie admitted in a journal to killing Gabby Petito during a cross-country trip, says the FBI.
The comedy Yesterday has the actress in the trailer, but not the movie itself – to the anger of fans.
The monkey was being transported to a lab in Florida but escaped after the accident in Pennsylvania.
How I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That) became one of rock’s biggest urban myths.
The incident began as an argument among guests, one of whom was the gunman, at the hotel near Cancún.
At least 19 corpses have been found dumped in western Kenya and relatives want to know how they died.
One resident returns to their home city in rebel-held east Ukraine, as tensions with Russia rise.
A fatal drone and missile strike raises questions about the war and security across the Middle East.
Winter Olympics host China is being criticised over its human rights record.
Six Muslim students say they are not being allowed to attend classes because they wear headscarves.
A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken this week.
Ros Atkins examines China’s Covid elimination strategy, while others are learning to live with the virus.
The young activists are optimistic their movement’s long-cherished goal may be within reach.
Their top diplomats say they want to pursue dialogue as fears of Russian military action persist.
Rescue workers have been pulling bodies from rubble after the site was destroyed in an air strike.
The Bat Out Of Hell singer is remembered by musicians including Cher, Brian May and Bonnie Tyler.
Lisala Folau says he swam for more than a day, clinging to a log at sea, to survive the tsunami.
An underground network of animal lovers is helping Hong Kong hamster owners avoid a government cull.
Hanifa Abubakar was allegedly kidnapped for ransom and then killed by the owner of her school.
The stand-up comedian appeared in films including Coming to America and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
Defending champion Naomi Osaka is out of the Australian Open after losing in the third round to American opponent Amanda Anisimova.
An American Airlines plane bound for London turns around because a passenger refused to wear a mask.