The app for a country without street addresses
Iranian clergy doing everyday things are unlikely online hit
El Salvador works to contain the spread of the virus
Isha Johansen, president of the Sierra Leone Football Association, offers the business advice she wishes she had had when she started out, as part of the BBC News series, CEO Secrets.
The country that donates eyes to the rest of the world
Meet the Buddhist monk who believes that donating organs and other body parts helps to create good karma.
New wave of Saudi artists explore religion and culture
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon visits a drought-hit region of Ethiopia to help raise awareness of the worsening hunger crisis.
On Monday, the World Health Organization will meet to discuss whether the Zika virus - which is spreading rapidly through Latin America - should be declared an international emergency.
Tanzanian police arrest three suspects over the death of a British helicopter pilot whose aircraft was shot at by elephant poachers.
Mexican police with the help of US agencies have arrested 24 members of Mexico's powerful Sinaloa cartel in a joint border operation.
The BBC's James Reynolds reports from a rescue boat in the Aegean Sea as more migrants attempt to reach Europe.
The Israeli government approves the creation of a new mixed-sex prayer space for non-Orthodox Jews at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
UCI president Brian Cookson confirms the first top-level case of "technological fraud" in the sport.
Doctors in Switzerland say they have separated eight-day-old conjoined sisters - believed to be the youngest ever to be successfully parted.
The African Union has abandoned its plan to send 5,000 peacekeepers to help restore stability to troubled Burundi, saying it will encourage dialogue instead.
The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan hits the campaign trail in Iowa to see how many candidates she could see in a day.
At least 50 people are reported killed in north-eastern Nigeria in a gun and bomb attack by suspected Boko Haram militants.
Revellers at the carnival in Venice are asked by police to lift their masks as part of heightened security checks.
David Cameron will put forward changes to a proposed "emergency brake" on in-work benefits for EU migrants when he meets a senior EU official later.