Iran’s top nuclear official says an incident at its Natanz site was “nuclear terrorism”.
Monitors report another “explosive event” at a volcano on the now ash-covered Caribbean island of St Vincent.
They appear in public a week after Prince Hamzah was accused of plotting to destabilise the kingdom.
Bavaria’s premier finally says he may be the conservatives’ candidate to replace Angela Merkel.
Some of the images colourised by an Irish artist appear to have been edited to show them smiling.
A black army lieutenant files a lawsuit against two policemen in Virginia after being pepper-sprayed.
Activists say more than 80 people were killed in the city of Bago in protests against the military coup.
A head and outstretched arms have been added to Christ the Protector in the southern city of Encantado.
An elephant calf has been rescued from the bottom of a dug well in India’s Odisha state.
Turnout is unclear in the vote boycotted by opposition candidates over brutality against protesters.
But despite the huge inoculation drive, India has just registered another record increase in cases.
Twenty-one people are trapped underground after a coal mine flooded in the Xinjiang region.
Officials warn of a threat to lives as the tropical storm approaches Western Australia.
Giorgos Karaivaz was shot with a silenced weapon by two men on a moped outside his home in Athens.
The young left-wing candidate Andrés Arauz faces pro-market former banker Guillermo Lasso.
Several opposition leaders are barred from Sunday’s poll in a country once seen as a model for Africa.
Ghana is the world’s second largest cocoa producer but sees little of the profits from chocolate – for now.
The iconic supermarket on Tverskaya Street in central Moscow first opened its doors 120 years ago.
Warmer sand temperatures from climate change are leading to way more females being hatched than males.
India is the closest refuge for Myanmar nationals fleeing violence following February’s military coup.
The permanent closure of a top venue symbolises the struggle many performers are facing.
Huge plumes of smoke filled the sky above the Caribbean island, forcing thousands from their homes.
More than 500 people attended a church service in Sydney, Australia, where Prince Philip was remembered.
A black army lieutenant is suing police after he was pulled over by two officers in Virginia.
Best actor nominee Tahar Rahim says it’s “reassuring to know that you made the right choices”.
Media outlets around the globe break the news of the Duke of Edinburgh’s death, aged 99.
Spain’s royal family telegrams “Dear Aunt Lilibet”, as condolence messages pour in.
La Soufrière on Saint Vincent island spews ash 6 km into the air, as 16,000 people are evacuated.
The US performer, whose real name was Earl Simmons, suffered a heart attack earlier this month.
A forensic pathologist testifies that Mr Floyd’s heart and lungs stopped because of a lack of oxygen.