The row over Meng Wanzhou’s detention in 2018 strained China’s relations with Canada and the US.
Hundreds of homes have been destroyed and thousands displaced since the volcano erupted on Sunday.
The BBC finds stranded migrants facing sub-zero temperatures amid a row between Poland and Belarus.
Extreme punishments like executions and amputations will resume in Afghanistan, says the Taliban’s head of prisons.
Kim Yo-jong was responding to a renewed call from the South to officially declare an end to the Korean War.
They want the next government to do more to limit global heating and to end the use of coal.
Trading Bitcoin and other crypto-currenices is a criminal activity, China’s central bank says.
The five-week trial heard harrowing details of abuse and assault. Here are the key moments.
Two men dressed as lawyers opened fire in court on a man police detained on charges of murder and extortion.
The BBC’s Anne Soy sees how Islamic militants have terrorised Cabo Delgado in northern Mozambique
It says that the actual number is bound to be higher than its tally, 10 years after the war began.
Neither his family nor the police force could locate Reuben Kimutai Lel, who was actually in hospital.
As Angela Merkel steps down as German chancellor, we take a look back at the photos documenting her career.
Fiterson’s hellish seven-year journey through 11 countries explains migrants’ desperation at US border.
Keen public interest in the Gabby Petito case has renewed the urgency of other missing person cases.
The workers in Singapore are enduring one of the longest Covid confinement periods in the world.
A selection of the best photos from the African continent and beyond.
A New Zealand committee meeting gets almost 300,000 views as people use it to avoid being disturbed.
One wildly inaccurate claim suggests Germany does not actually exist.
The pop star is joining Abba’s live band next year, after crowd-funding her sparkling new album.
Revelations about spyware have spurred interest in more secure phones and software.
Sign language is an important way of communicating especially for the deaf community, but how much do you know about it?
Germans are choosing a new government on Sunday. This is how the vote works.
The centre-left finance minister has led the polls in the run-up to the vote to succeed Angela Merkel.
When the German chancellor steps down, how will history remember her? Four experts have their say.
Daniel Foote says US policy on Haiti is “flawed” and sending migrants back is “counterproductive”.
The compensation payment is one of hundreds by the Ministry of Defence, revealed for the first time.
The volcano on La Palma has been erupting since Sunday, destroying hundreds of homes.
Scientists have found evidence that humans reached the Americas earlier than previously thought.
The UK’s refusal to accept vaccine certificates from Africa could increase hesitancy, says Africa CDC.