A fire destroys a museum in the Indian capital, Delhi, ruining rare specimens of flora and fauna, India's environment minister says.
Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney speaks to the BBC about representing Azerbaijan reporter Khadija Ismayilova, as well as US politics.
The organiser of a water park party in Taiwan where a fireball caused by igniting paint powder killed 15 people is jailed for negligence.
A A$50bn (€34bn; £27bn) contract to build 12 submarines for the Australian Navy is awarded to France, beating bids from Germany and Japan.
Disaster casts a long shadow 30 years on
An Australian man survives an attack by a crocodile which entered his tent while he was sleeping and bit his foot, local media say.
Thousands of activists on opposing sides rally at North Carolina's legislature as it meets for the first time since enacting a law criticised as anti-gay.
A Canadian man held captive by Islamist militants for months in the Philippines is killed, in an act Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls "coldblooded murder".
Brazil's campaigners see grounds for hope
The country planning to privatise its primary schools
Three men are going on trial in Luxembourg over the leaking of documents that revealed how the country helped major corporations cut their taxes.
Reservoirs and wells have run dry in several Indian states, and some villagers are risking their lives to get water, the BBC's Yogita Limaye reports.
Reggie Yates gets rare access to a Russian fur farm, and sees sable, Arctic foxes and even a lynx kept inside tiny cages.
The heroine created by Pakistan's first female cartoonist
Online talent firm Fullscreen launches its own subscription video platform to rival YouTube's offering.
Venezuela's supreme court rejects an opposition-backed constitutional amendment to cut short the term of President Nicolas Maduro.
A senior editor on Bangladesh's first LGBT magazine has been hacked to death along with a second person in the capital Dhaka, police say.
The European Space Agency launches a second radar satellite into the EU's new Sentinel constellation, to acquire a complete map of the Earth every six days.
The BBC's Conspiracy Files team investigates
The Brussels metro station where 16 people were killed by a suicide bomber last month has re-opened.