US officials had placed a $5m (£3.6m) bounty on the head of Otoniel, Colombia’s most wanted drug lord.
The suspected terrorist bombing comes a week after the UK warned about a possible attack.
The cinematographer was fatally shot by a prop gun while filming for western movie Rust.
Police have stopped vigilantes armed with batons, pepper spray and a machete at the Polish border.
Vanessa Bryant said she learned about the death of her husband by seeing “RIP Kobe” notifications.
The Zim Kingston ship is burning but officials said there is no safety risk to people on land.
Somali film The Gravedigger’s Wife focuses on the lengths people go to save a loved one.
The works, which were owned by MGM Resorts, featured in the Picasso Restaurant at the Bellagio Hotel.
Aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is distraught at the prospect of returning to jail, her husband says.
Pakistan hammer India by 10 wickets to claim a famous win over their great rivals at the Men’s T20 World Cup in Dubai.
Ms Meng and the two Canadian Michaels are home – but will the relations with China ever be the same?
China’s firing of a new nuclear-capable missile carried on a glider has raised questions about a US response.
Abortion or emigration are often considered the only way out by cohabiting couples who conceive.
A selection of striking images from our readers around the world.
Churches seek to wrestle back control of pulpits from politicians after years of cosy relations.
Australia is the only rich nation still wedded to coal, despite urgent calls to stop its use.
Countries are asking the UN to play down the need to move rapidly away from fossil fuels.
Government plans to extract coal, oil and gas are incompatible with safe temperatures, says the UN.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declares them “persona non grata” for urging an activist’s release.
Joel Souza, wounded by a gun fired by actor Alec Baldwin, grieves for lost friend Halyna Hutchins.
The world’s biggest oil exporter will cut carbon emissions, but not stop producing fossil fuels.
Quiñónez, one of the country’s best known athletes, was shot in the city of Guayaquil.
The massive wheel was opened in Dubai with a lavish fireworks display to mark the occasion.
The climate activist speaks to the BBC about the COP26 conference, emissions targets and rickrolling.
The right-wing politician is charged with kidnapping and dereliction of duty, which he denies.
Many athletes turn out for the funeral of Agnes Tirop, who was found stabbed to death at her home.
A new law urges parents to allow children time for rest and exercise, and restrict time spent online.
The walls of three-year-old Sachu’s house collapsed when it was hit by heavy rain and flooding in Kerala.
More than 1.7 million people were stopped in the past year, including 145,000 unaccompanied children.
The controversial law will be tested next month when the court holds an expedited hearing.