N Koreans on Trump: 'Is he even a human?'

Talking to ordinary North Koreans about Trump and the US.

22 Apr 2018 10:43

Intipuca: A town that relies on remittances braces for end of TPS

Residents of eastern El Salvador town worry about how they will survive after the end of US Temporary Protected Status.

22 Apr 2018 10:43

Pakistan's long #MeToo moment

Over the past few months, Pakistan has witnessed a growing trend of women speaking up publicly about sexual harassment.

22 Apr 2018 10:43

Is North Korea serious about peace?

Kim Jong-un announces the suspension of all missile tests, ahead of historic talks with South Korea and the US.

22 Apr 2018 12:30

UN tries to restart Syria talks after regime advances

A week after US missile attacks on Syria, the conflict between the US and Russia appears to have calmed, but rebel enclaves continue to fall to the Assad regime as the UN pushes for peace talks.

21 Apr 2018 04:10

US students urge gun control on Columbine massacre anniversary

Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school joined others across the US in a walk-out demonstration calling for gun control reform on the 19th anniversary of the school shooting in Littleton, Colorado.

21 Apr 2018 04:10

Tammie Jo Shults: Southwest pilot praised for safe landing

Tammie Jo Shults, a US Navy veteran, exhibited "nerves of steel" during the emergency landing.

21 Apr 2018 04:10

Democrats sue Russia, Trump camp for alleged election conspiracy

US president's campaign team, Moscow and WikiLeaks accused of conspiring to influence the 2016 presidential election.

21 Apr 2018 07:36

North Korea 'halts missile and nuclear tests', says Kim Jong-un

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's announcement is welcomed by the US, South Korea and China.

21 Apr 2018 07:36

Elliott Broidy plotted to force Chinese dissident from US: NYT

Documents obtained by US daily show Republican fundraiser drafted plan in hopes of getting payoffs from China and UAE.

20 Apr 2018 08:11

Pakistan rights worker 'intimidated' in alleged house raid

Watchdog alleges that burglars broke into house of editor of critical report on state of human rights in Pakistan.

20 Apr 2018 08:11

Tammy Duckworth's newborn makes history at US Senate vote

Tammy Duckworth's daughter was allowed into the US Congress' upper chamber after a rule change.

20 Apr 2018 08:11

Two years for teen 'cyber terrorist' who targeted US officials

Kane Gamble accessed the details of top US security officials from his bedroom in Leicestershire.

20 Apr 2018 08:11

Will the US confront Iran's forces in Syria?

US officials have stated that they want to challenge Iranian influence in Syria but how likely is a confrontation?

20 Apr 2018 09:56

Iranians sue US government over 'mass denials' of refugee status

The Iranians are religious minorities seeking refugee status through a special US government programme.

20 Apr 2018 09:56

Alabama executes Walter Moody, 83, oldest in modern US history

Moody's age reflects the aging of death row across the US, where almost 3,000 people are to be executed.

20 Apr 2018 09:56

US: Arizona teachers vote for first-ever statewide strike

The vote to strike comes amid a growing movement of educators demanding better pay and increased funding for US schools.

20 Apr 2018 09:56

Comey memos detailing conversations of Trump meetings published

Detailed notes by the former FBI director document sensitive conversations with the US president.

20 Apr 2018 09:56

Comey: No one around Trump to stop impulsive behaviour

The ex-FBI chief tells the BBC the US is becoming "numb" to the president's "impulsive behaviour".

20 Apr 2018 12:44

Lance Armstrong settles $100m US government lawsuit for $5m

Lance Armstrong agrees to pay $5m (£3.5m) to the US government to settle a long-running lawsuit that could have cost him $100m (£71m) in damages.

20 Apr 2018 12:44