Three men and two women are to be charged with conspiracy to conduct espionage, UK prosecutors say.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch says he is stepping down as chairman of Fox and News Corp, with son Lachlan to head both companies
Azerbaijan denies that fighting has resumed a day after ethnic-Armenian forces agreed to surrender.
The surprise decision comes as the Bank of England says price rises are slowing faster than expected.
South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock explains why he refused to take the knee at the 2021 T20 World Cup.
Relations have plummeted since Canada's PM linked India to the killing of a Sikh separatist leader.
More than 400,000 people were arrested for breaking some of the world's toughest lockdown restrictions.
His speech, delivered in French and English, touched on climate change and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
George RR Martin and John Grisham are among the authors suing the company over copyright laws.
Mateusz Morawiecki's remarks come as tensions escalate over Ukraine's grain exports.
The Birmingham Police Department has released bodycam footage of the incident.
A tornado rips through the city of Suqian in eastern China, sending debris flying through the air.
Baby seals caught up in fishing nets are rescued on a South African beach.
Pro-wrestlers delighted paying fans on a super-fast train from Tokyo to Nagoya when they brawled in the aisles.
Five Americans freed from Iran have arrived back in the US after a controversial $6bn prisoner swap.
The mayor's home was burnt to the ground as protesters demanded answers for last week's catastrophic flood.
There's been widespread scepticism about the 'bodies' presented to Mexican authorities by a UFO enthusiast.
The Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company Tower had been engulfed in flames in the Sudan's capital.
The BBC's Anna Foster describes the devastation in the Libyan city of Derna after floods a week ago.
The BBC's Anna Foster is in Libya, a week on from devastating floods in the region.