Thousands take part in a banned march that turns violent as hardcore protesters clash with police.
The New York to Sydney flight is part of research on how ultra-long haul journeys affect our bodies.
England are into the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 12 years as they ruthlessly dispatch old rivals Australia.
Australia captain Michael Hooper expects England flankers Tom Curry and Sam Underhill to be formidable opponents in Saturday’s Rugby World Cup quarter-final.
The force of the blast destroyed the roof of the mosque, in eastern Nangarhar province.
The man who opposed a deadly crackdown on 1989 protests died in 2005 after years under house arrest.
The world’s second largest economy is battling a trade war with the US and slowing domestic demand.
Security guards drag out opposition lawmakers in a second day of parliamentary protest.
Photographs show Jimmy Sham of the Civil Human Rights Front lying in the street, covered in blood.
City leader Carrie Lam’s annual address is suspended as legislators project slogans and wave placards.
The baby girl found buried alive in a clay pot is in a critical condition, her doctor tells the BBC.
The case has caused huge debate in Japan – and now the prime minister, Shinzo Abe, has weighed in.
Satellite images show extent of flooding as Japanese rivers burst their banks.
The typhoon – the worst to hit the country in decades – has left at least 37 dead, with 20 missing.
At least 23 people died after one of the strongest storms in years hit central Japan.
Typhoon Hagibis could be the worst in Japan since 1958, when more than 1,200 people died.
Friends say Tashpolat Tiyip’s secret prosecution is part of a wider crackdown on Uighur intellectuals.
A BBC investigation finds a co-ordinated campaign pushing pro-government Papua lines on social media.
Jolly Shaju is alleged to have poisoned six relatives to death with cyanide over 14 years.
China’s outrage shows the tricky balance for companies operating there and perceptions back home.