At least 42 people, mostly soldiers and one child, were killed when attackers launched four suicide car bombings at security targets in a major Yemeni city, two senior government officials told CNN.
Three years after he was kidnapped by militants, Ali Haider Gilani, the son of ex-Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, tells the BBC about his time in captivity.
As businesses grapple with how to respond to Brexit, Germany's capital is keen to open new doors to Britain's tech-savvy talent pool.
Indian writer and photographer Sooni Taraporevala relates the story of a much-feted 31-year-old picture of a family in the city of Mumbai.
Iceland have made it through to the quarter finals of Euro 2016 after beating England 2-1.
The black boxes of EgyptAir Flight 804 -- badly damaged when they were found by searchers -- are being repaired and authorities hope they can help solve the mystery of what caused the plane to crash into the Mediterranean Sea last month.
Dr Michael Mosley investigates Britain's most secretive and controversial military research base, Porton Down, on its 100th anniversary.
As the EU prepares for a crisis summit after the UK voted to leave the bloc, the BBC's Laurence Peter asks where Europe goes from here.
With blue skies that stretch for thousands of kilometers across a red dirt horizon, Australia's Gibson Desert is one of the harshest, most remote places on earth.
Eritrea has endured a turbulent 25-year history since independence, but there may be hope for the future, says Mary Harper.
Hillary Clinton, facing direct criticism about her trustworthiness from rival Donald Trump, admitted Monday she needs to do more to earn voters' trust.
Nigeria's government is determined to sort out the environmental damage caused by the oil industry, but will a new multi-million dollar clean-up plan work?