A 15-year-old Indian athlete has died and three others are in hospital after allegedly consuming poisonous fruit in what is suspected to be a suicide pact.
Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza says he will not run for a fourth term, as one person is killed in the latest protests against his third-term bid.
A man accused of breaking into Sandra Bullock's home in 2014 pleads not guilty to a string of charges, including stalking, burglary and possession of a machine gun.
Spanish football writer Andy West says the suspension of all domestic football is "very real" and "not just posturing".
Three people are charged in California with impersonating law enforcement officers after claiming to operate a police unit in 33 states.
The IMF says China should continue to provide "greater flexibility" in its exchange rate policy as the country continues to see slower economic growth.
Manny Pacquiao is expected to make a full recovery after successful surgery on his injured right shoulder.
An architect in Thailand has come up with a new type of house to combat floods - one that rises with the water levels.
Kingsley a Nigerian man with an Environmental Science degree took a harrowing boat journey to reach Greece from Turkey, but lost his passport, clothes and money at sea.
Hundreds of babies have been born in Nepal since the earthquake there that killed 7000. BBC News met two of them.
Thousands of people are expected to gather today in Ireland and Liverpool to mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet says she has asked all her ministers to resign and she will choose a new cabinet in the coming days.
Andy Murray beats Kohlschreiber for the second time in three days after a 01:12 local time start at the Madrid Open.
Yemen's government urges the UN to authorise the use of foreign ground forces to drive back Houthi rebels, as fighting intensifies in Aden.
Oscar Holderer, believed to be the last member of the post-WW2 German team whose rocket took US astronauts to the Moon, dies at 95.
The centenary of the sinking of the British ship Lusitania, which led to the deaths of about 1,200 people, is to be commemorated later.
Canada's lawmakers back a new Anti-Terror Act, dramatically expanding the powers of the country's spy agency.
Clydesdale Bank is to be split from its parent company and then floated, says owner National Australia Bank.
The Hatton Garden raid on safety deposit boxes has "ruined the lives" and livelihoods of some of its victims, a loss adjuster says.
How Egypt and the West are maintaining ties