World leaders promise an aid package after the huge Beirut blast, as clashes again erupt in the city.
An exit poll for state TV shows a huge victory for Alexander Lukashenko but opposition cries foul.
The Covid-19 outbreak shows no sign of easing but cities have already reopened shops and restaurants.
The measures include pay for millions of jobless but some are likely to face legal challenges.
The MV Wakashio, which ran aground on a coral reef on 25 July, is now leaking oil off the island.
The attack happened in a region which draws visitors to the last giraffe herds in West Africa.
The fire in the state of Andhra Pradesh is the second such blaze at a Covid facility in days.
Prosecutors in Chad had suggested 44 prisoners killed themselves, but a new report says otherwise.
Officials say an eight-month-old baby was among those killed in flooding on the island of Evia.
The decision is intended to facilitate intra-Afghan peace talks but it has proven controversial.
A photograph appears to show Spain’s former monarch landing in Abu Dhabi after leaving his country.
This Greek Orthodox church’s altar survived the blast unscathed – even its oil lamp stayed lit.
The BBC speaks to 12 Kashmiris from different walks of life about an unprecedented year for the region.
Tens of thousands of pets are abandoned every summer in France. What’s behind this sad phenomenon?
We’ve taken a look into some of the most widely-shared false stories about the pandemic across Africa.
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A journalist is instrumental in the introduction of an address system which could help save lives.
Key charts and maps explaining how the respiratory virus has spread around the world.
Staff at a barber shop rocked by the Beirut explosion say they’re haunted by flashbacks.
Police and protesters have clashed days after the explosion that rocked Beirut.
Volunteers are scrambling to create cordons to keep oil leaking from a vessel away from the island.
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Strangers helped a Nigerian teacher, left without money because of coronavirus, get back on his feet.
The prime minister is to ask for early elections amid the crisis over Tuesday’s devastating blast.
People will be required to wear face masks outdoors in busy areas of the French capital from Monday.
The Air India plane skidded off the runway and broke apart during bad weather in Kerala state.
Luke Denman and Airan Berry were arrested in May while entering Venezuela by sea from Colombia.
A spokeswoman for the leading opposition candidate says her campaign manager has been arrested.
A student, a professor and a film director react to Beyoncé’s visual album, Black Is King.
The company said it used the Maori word “Huruhuru” to mean its beer was “as light as a feather”.