A top US official in the fight against the Islamic State group has quit
Further resignation over US troop withdrawals from Syria.
Hundreds die in Huge Tsunami in Indonesia
At least two hundred and twenty two people have died in tsunami in Indonesia.
Indonesia: rise in death-toll following tsunami
At least 373 people confirmed killed by tsunami caused by the Anak Krakatau volcano
Federal Reserve Blamed for Stock Market Losses
President Trump blames US central bank for stock market turmoil.
DR Congo presidential election delay
More than a million voters are affected in North Kivu Province and in Yumbi
Russia tests new Hyper-sonic Weapon
President Putin watches final test of a new weapon that can beat any missile defences.
Indonesia flights rerouted as volcano alert raised
Last Saturday, the volcano triggered a tsunami which killed hundreds
United Arab Emirates reopens embassy in Syria
Arab states begin to normalise relations with Damascus
Hackers steal data of North Korean defectors
A computer was "infected with a malicious code"
Syrian forces raise their flag over Mabij
Kurdish forces withdraw amid fears of a Turkish attack.
Trump: US-China trade talks progress
The President made the comments on Twitter after speaking to his Chinese counterpart.
Bangladesh's governing party 'wins landslide'
Election Commission says Awami League's won but the opposition says the vote was rigged
Bangladesh election: opposition alleges intimidation and vote-rigging by ruling party
PM Sheikh Hasina's landslide victory in Bangladesh is condemned by her opponents
Sudan's President, Omar al-Bashir, Insists he can Resolve his Country's Challenges
At least one demonstrator was shot dead during another day of anti-government protests
New Horizons: Nasa waits for signal from Ultima Thule space-probe
US space agency awaiting confirmation that probe made successful flyby of icy object
Brazil's new far-right leader urges unity
The former army captain vows to free Brazil of "ideology"
India: Protests as women make history by entering Hindu temple
Two women enter prominent shrine which was previously closed to females aged 10 to 50
US Government Shutdown Unresolved
President Trump and Congressional leaders fail to agree a deal on the border wall.
China lands spacecraft on far side of the Moon
The landing is being seen as a major milestone in space exploration
Most diverse Congress in US History sworn in
Lawmakers elected veteran Democrat politician, Nancy Pelosi, to the role of Speaker
Mass data attack on German politicians
Data from celebrities and journalists were also leaked
Trump threatens emergency powers over shutdown
US President says shutdown could last a year over deadlock to fund a border wall
No Success for Talks to end Partial US Government Shutdown
Shutdown goes into third week as White House meetings fail to make breakthrough
Saudi woman 'trapped at Bangkok airport trying to flee family'
She was trying to head to Australia via a connecting flight in Bangkok
Rahaf al-Qunun: Saudi woman ends Thai hotel standoff
Young Saudi woman who fled her family has left Bangkok hotel where she'd taken refuge
Saudi woman 'under the care' of UN refugee agency
Thai immigration officials had tried to return her to her family
Syria conflict: Erdogan says US plea on Kurds is 'unacceptable'
Turkey's president rejects US calls for his country to protect Kurdish fighters in Syria
Russian lawyer in Trump Tower meeting charged with obstruction
Natalya Veselnitskaya is accused of obstruction of justice in a tax fraud case from 2013
Israel ex-minister admits spying for Iran
He was allegedly recruited while working as a doctor in Nigeria
Tensions high in Democratic Republic of Congo over election result
Riot police have been deployed throughout the capital, Kinshasa
Outcry after DR Congo election winner revealed
There are fears the result could trigger unrest
Trump visits Texas to drum up support for wall
US President warns of a "lot of death" if Democrats don't back him
Chinese Huawei businessman in Poland spy arrests
Huawei told the BBC it was aware of the situation and was looking into it
Saudi woman granted Canada asylum
Trudeau says Saudi teenager who fled her family and publicly renounced Islam is welcome
South African leader launches ANC election manifesto
Cyril Ramaphosa promises competence and honesty
America says Syria withdrawal won't stop fight against IS
US Secretary of State says troop withdrawal won't affect fight against IS
Brexit: Theresa May urges MPs to back her deal 'for country's sake'
British Prime Minister warns MPs to support her Brexit deal or risk never leaving the EU
British MPs to hold crucial vote on Brexit deal
Theresa May has warned opponents that they risk "letting the British people down"
Ivory Coast: ex-President Gbagbo acquitted at ICC court in The Hague
International Criminal Court has acquitted Ivory Coast's ex-President Laurent Gbagbo
Brexit parliament defeat special
The defeat is a huge setback for Theresa May
UK: MPs debate Theresa May's future after Commons defeat on Brexit deal
British MPs to vote on no-confidence motion in Prime Minister's leadership.
May's Brexit plea
British PM calls on politicians to put self-interest aside and deliver on the referendum
Football bribes investigative journalist shot dead in Ghana
He had investigated corruption in Ghana's football leagues
Sudan: more die in anti-government protests
Security forces use live ammunition on protestors in the capital Khartoum, killing two
Thousands attend funeral of man shot during protests in Sudan
A doctor and a boy were also shot dead on Thursday
Second Korean Summit in Late February
President Trump and the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to hold second summit