Zimbabwe's national cricket team is in Pakistan, the first Test-playing nation to visit the country since a deadly 2009 militant attack.
Burundi's government will not take revenge against those involved in last week's failed coup, the president's office says.
World number one Rory McIlroy tells BBC Sport his ambition is to remain at the top and how he is learning from Tiger Woods.
Ian Pannell takes a flight over the Andaman sea, where thousands of people are stranded on boats in waters between Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Saiga antelopes are dying out in Kazakhstan, with more than 10,000 dying in one week recently because of infection.
Martin Patience visits an Indonesian camp for migrants and meets Bangladeshi men hoping to reach Malaysia and Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar.
UK consumer price inflation turned negative in April for the first time since 1960, falling to -0.1%, helped by falling transport and food prices.
The Taliban claims responsibility for an explosion in the government quarter of Afghanistan's capital Kabul that killed at least four people.
A Chinese man who was caught cheating on 17 girlfriends at once is arrested for fraud.
A general election in Thailand is to be delayed following a decision by the military government to hold a referendum on a new constitution.
A 400-year-old botany book contains what could be the only known portrait of William Shakespeare made in his lifetime, according to an academic expert.
A 19-year-old Turkish woman taking part in a talent show on national TV is shot in the head while at home in south-east Turkey, media say.
Disney / Pixar chief John Lasseter says telling more animated stories about female and ethnic characters is "very important" to them.
The trial of Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, detained in Iran for almost 10 months on espionage charges, will begin next week.
Prince Charles meets Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams in a major conciliatory step in the Northern Ireland peace process
Former tennis star Bob Hewitt is granted bail by a South African court, a day after receiving a six-year prison sentence for raping underage girls.
Portuguese prosecutors are investigating a police officer who beat a man in front of his young children outside Benfica's football stadium.
The Cannes Film Festival comes under fire after reports that women were turned away from a red carpet screening for wearing flat shoes instead of high heels.
Jason Gillespie says he would take "persuading" to leave Yorkshire for the England coach's job, but says he is "humbled".
The biggest US retailer, Walmart, reports a 7% fall in first-quarter net income to $3.34bn (£2.16bn).