The rape victim, who was not allowed to have an abortion by the Supreme Court, delivers a baby girl.
The usually low-profile chief White House strategist turns on a movement he is seen as cultivating.
Emi Mahmoud performs a poem to mark one million South Sudanese refugees arriving in Uganda.
La La Land star Emma Stone makes more than any other actress in the past year, according to Forbes.
The 20-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner will study philosophy, politics and economics.
The search continues for some 600 people still missing following the disaster in the capital Freetown.
Convicted for his role in the 2014 protests, he was sentenced to jail after a government appeal.
EU visitors would need permission only to work, study or live long-term in the UK.
The Australian far-right leader's stunt came ahead of her bid to ban the garment in the nation.
More than 9,000 people have arrived in Spain so far this year - three times as many as last year.
Michael Keenan says he renounced his dual status in 2004, as an Australian political row drags on.
Indian scientists say they can monitor the physiological health of elephants by analysing their dung.
Page Blaswell couldn't believe her eyes when she drove past a home flying a Nazi flag in North Carolina.
Mr Trump's comments about violence in Charlottesville had sparked a series of resignations.
The BBC's Joel Gunter was in Charlottesville and assesses the president's claims about the violence.
Paramount Pictures confirms that actor Tom Cruise broke his ankle during filming of a stunt.
The former presidents urge the US to "reject racial bigotry, anti-Semitism and hatred in all forms".
Heather Heyer's mother pays tribute to her daughter at a vigil in Charlottesville, Virginia.
South African police say they still want her in court to answer allegations of assault on a model.
Awamiya has been devastated by fighting between government forces and Shia militants.
His latest comments draw widespread condemnation from across the political spectrum.
Nearly 400 are dead and 600 are still unaccounted for as rescue efforts continue in Freetown.
It is unclear why Zimbabwe's first lady did not turn herself in to South African police as expected.
President Juan Manuel Santos hails the final handover as the "last breath" of the 52-year conflict.
The president urges assistance as the death toll nears 400 with hundreds more reportedly still missing.
Zimbabwe's first lady is alleged to have beaten a woman at a South African hotel.
Kim Jong-un reviews plans for firing at Guam, but opts to watch the US before acting, state media say.
There are fears for many who were asleep when mudslides and flooding hit near Freetown.
The US president speaks out against far-right groups after the killing of a protester in Virginia.
Two attackers also die in a siege that continues into the morning in the capital Ouagadougou.
The BBC's Secunder Kermani hears from a man who helped beat an Indian politician to death - and speaks to the victim's nephew.
Moon Jae-in tells the top US general there cannot be conflict, amid nuclear tension with the North.
The president was criticised for not saying enough to condemn the far-right violence in Charlottesville.
He condemned violence by "many sides" in Virginia but did not explicitly attack the far-right.
The largest white nationalist rally in decades brought chaos to the streets of a small college town.
Virginia's governor tells white supremacists who rallied in Charlottesville: "You are not wanted".
One person dies when a car rams a crowd of people opposing a far-right march in Virginia.
Argentina says diplomacy is the only solution after Trump says he is considering military action.
China wants the US and North Korea to show restraint as a war of words escalates.
The US president warns North Korea of serious consequences if threats to Guam turn into action.