Thousands showed up to pay their last respects to Japan’s longest-serving prime minister.
The new $10bn space telescope delivers its first full-colour image of the distant Universe.
Internal emails seen by the BBC show top special forces officers were aware of concerns over killings.
UN chief Antonio Guterres warns that developing countries face disaster due to rising prices.
Desperate mothers are trying to mix their own baby formula, but experts warn of the dangers.
It will invest in pipelines in other countries but will speed up a shift to green energy.
Prosecutors will ask whether social platforms were “used to stream, promote, or plan” the murders.
AG Perarivalan was convicted of procuring batteries used in the bomb to kill former Indian PM Rajiv Gandhi.
The soldier was accused of killing an unarmed civilian in the first war crimes trial of the conflict.
The man’s lawyer said his client gambled the pay-out after it was mistakenly paid to his bank account.
Flight data reportedly indicates someone in the cockpit made the China Eastern Airlines jet crash.
Celebrity surgeon Mehmet Oz’s bid to become the next Republican senator from Pennsylvania is in jeopardy.
Russian gymnast Ivan Kuliak is given a one-year ban for wearing a national war symbol on the podium at an event in Qatar in March.
A Ukrainian beauty blogger’s trolls ordeal and sweets driven all the way from Somerset to Ukraine.
But Kyiv refuses to say how many soldiers are still trapped, saying such information is “sensitive”.
The suspect in a mass shooting in New York belongs to “a hateful minority”, the president said.
Mikhail Khodarenok gives a rare insight saying the military operation in Ukraine can only get worse.
Many of the missing are victims of organised crime and hardly any of those responsible are punished.
Under the new rules more travel will be permitted to the island and visa processing will speed-up.
Ukraine says 264 fighters – some badly wounded – have been taken from the Azovstal steelworks.