Some passengers miss flights as long queues form at Brussels Airport as it reopens its departure hall some 40 days after the suicide attacks in March.
Genetic analysis unlocks the secrets of Europe's Ice Age inhabitants.
Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright says he is the creator of the digital cash system Bitcoin, ending years of speculation.
A Somali woman seeking asylum in Australia has set herself on fire in protest at her detention at a centre on the island of Nauru.
The historic Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava in New York is destroyed by a huge fire on Sunday evening.
German prosecutors investigate allegations that a senior engineer was poisoned in relation to an ongoing corruption scandal hanging over Berlin's new airport.
Leaked documents from EU-US trade talks reveal a risk to European standards, says Greenpeace - but EU officials strongly reject the claim.
Indian officials say huge forest fires in the northern Himalayan state of Uttarakhand are gradually being brought under control.
The US Central Intelligence Agency is criticised for live-tweeting the killing of Osama Bin Laden as if it were happening today.
Elephants have performed for the final time at the Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey Circus in the United States as attitudes change.
The Zika virus may be even more dangerous than previously thought, affecting the babies of up to 20% of pregnant women who contract it, scientists in Brazil tell the BBC.
Republican Party front-runner Donald Trump steps up his criticism of China's trade policy, accusing it of "raping" the US.
The Eurovision Song Contest may be next week, but one Russian MP has his eye on a very patriotic rival.
The bodies of US climber Alex Lowe and cameraman David Bridges are found on Shishapangma in Tibet, 16 years after they were killed by an avalanche.
Two criminal cases are filed in Bangladesh against three men arrested for hacking to death a Hindu tailor, the latest in a series of such killings.
Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright says he is Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto.
Thousands of people are battling forest fires in India's northern Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, where at least six people have died.
Filipino fighting youth on politics and Pacquiao
A plan to cull almost all of Australia's famous Snowy Mountains wild horses, known as brumbies, is called "horrific" by conservationists.
An American cruise ship is sailing to Cuba from the US, the first such trip in more than 50 years.