The BBC reports on the evacuation of hundreds of homes in the path of an erupting volcano on La Palma.
“Everything looks very dark,” a schoolgirl tells the BBC as schools reopen for boys but not girls.
People share with the BBC the moment they knew they had lost their loved one to QAnon.
The militants target civilians in Panjshir, the BBC finds, despite promises of restraint.
Reporter Taqi Daryabi tells the BBC he was kicked in the face and beaten with sticks by Taliban fighters.
In return, the new regime must provide conditions for the UN to work in Afghanistan, secretary general tells BBC.
People around the country tell the BBC they have lost basic freedoms and are struggling to survive.
Amrullah Saleh, in the Panjshir Valley, tells the BBC that fighters face a “difficult” situation.
A spokesman for the group tells the BBC it plans to support Muslims in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Corruption is at “horrifying” levels, Hakainde Hichilema tells the BBC, a week after being sworn in.
An Afghan who had authorisation to fly to the UK speaks to the BBC about his struggle to escape.
Dr Alberto Cairo, who has worked in Afghanistan since 1990, tells the BBC “if we leave who stays?”.
Wahida Faizi says she cannot stay in Afghanistan because she believes the Taliban will kill her.
An Indian woman tells the BBC of the on-and-off trauma of getting out of Taliban-held Afghanistan.
Afghans waiting at Kabul airport tell the BBC of their pain at fleeing the country they love.
The country’s first female president recently told the BBC about facing gender discrimination.
An Afghan man who worked for the British army tells the BBC he and his family cannot get through the crowds.
From an arcade game to a multi-billion pound industry, the BBC charts the ups and downs of video games.
A Kabul university student tells the BBC how she is wiping out all traces of her previous life.
The BBC’s Yalda Hakim was contacted by a spokesperson for the Taliban, Suhail Shaheen, live on air.
What sort of nation will Afghanistan be after 2021, asks the BBC’s world affairs editor John Simpson.
The decision to not renew Sarah Rainsford’s visa is an “assault on media freedom”, the corporation says.
A warrant is issued against Saif al-Islam Gaddafi after a BBC investigation into mercenaries in Libya.
Afghanistan’s ex-rulers still back brutal punishments, the BBC finds as it goes behind Taliban lines.
A Samsung tablet obtained by the BBC unveils chilling details of how mercenaries fought in Libya’s war.
Athlete Krystina Timanovskaya tells the BBC that she can’t return to her home country over safety fears.
“I have cried so much, my eyes can barely see,” one mother tells the BBC after seeing her brother die.
Marion Wenzel showed the BBC around her flood-wrecked house in Ahrweiler, Germany.
A Durban resident tells the BBC he is struggling for food and medicine after so many shops were looted.
Zalmay Khalizad, US Special Representative for Afghanistan speaks to the BBC as Taliban retake land.