Tens of thousands gather in Athens to urge the government not to back down.
China joins Russia in condemning a newly-announced US policy to develop smaller atomic bombs.
Two Amtrak staff members died when a passenger train collided with a goods train in South Carolina.
Germany's spy chief says Pyongyang's Berlin embassy is procuring parts for its arms programme.
The joint North and South Korean women's ice hockey team loses 3-1 to Sweden in their first match.
Being labelled 'ugly' brought curious visitors to the Belgian city of Charleroi.
The actor's brother's keys, wallet and phone were left on his kitchen table in Alberta, Canada.
The government says any bid to arrest the president for disobeying a court order would be illegal.
They are thought to have been migrants trying to reach Europe from North Africa.
It is deeply personal battle over whether he should be blocked from returning to power.
MPs describe rumoured cuts as "militarily illiterate" and warn the Treasury "has got to cough up".
The driver stopped at nothing to escape the police and avoid capture.
A conservative is favourite to become the next president after a ruling on same-sex marriage.
Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly is reported to the police for alleged criminal damage to a car clamp.
The latest global news, sport, weather and documentaries
Stories from around the world
Email us at email@example.com
Send an SMS or MMS to +44 7624 800100
Follow Have Your Say on Twitter
Why you can trust BBC News