- Gujarat: Cows let loose in India government buildings in protest
- Magnus Carlsen and Hans Niemann: Chess champion accuses opponent of cheating
- Haiti in a humanitarian catastrophe - UN envoy
- Parkland shooting trial: Can warning signs stop a mass shooting?
- Ukraine war: The referendums shunned by Kyiv and the West
Gujarat charitable trusts set free thousands of cows to protest against the lack of government aid.
Magnus Carlsen claims Hans Niemann has "cheated more than he has publicly admitted", but offers no evidence.
A mother who got seriously ill with Covid after not having the vaccine urges women to get the jab.
A group of MPs writes to ministers following the deaths of Star Hobson and Arthur Labinjo-Hughes.
Violence and looting by criminal gangs has devastated much needed food aid for the Caribbean nation.
While each mass shooting in the US is unique, experts say the killers share some things in common.
The referendums in east and south Ukraine are dismissed as a sham by Kyiv and its Western allies.
Two sisters were found hanging from a tree recently in India. The BBC pieces together the story of the crime.
The influential Puerto Rican rapper's latest music video lays bare the US island territory's problems.
27.09.2022 Hurricanes: Are they getting more violent?
As Hurricane Ian makes its way through the Caribbean towards the US - we ask if climate change is making these storms more severe?
Delivery rider Luciano is just one of those going to extreme measures to survive Brazil's cost of living crisis.
Apple chief executive tells the BBC the tech sector needs more women in order to thrive.
Many useful members of this "iconic" plant family are at risk of extinction, according to a study.
New public buildings in Finland have to incorporate more wood, which is leading builders to innovate.
Hilaree Nelson appeared to fall into a 2,000ft gap in the ice descending the world's eighth tallest peak.
Protests against Russia's mobilisation plan continue, as Russia concedes errors have been made.
Denmark sets up a banned zone near the Bornholm island, where a Nord Stream 2 leak is reported.
26.09.2022 Edward Snowden granted Russian citizenship
The former US intelligence contractor leaked a vast US intelligence surveillance programme in 2013.
The battered city is a stumbling block in Russia's plan to take the Donbas, writes the BBC's Orla Guerin.
Reports say people with no military experience, or who are too old or disabled, are being enlisted.