Syrian refugee students rebuild from Beirut
Why Kerala is the best place to die in India
After the most unlikely of Premier League triumphs, BBC Sport looks at what next season might hold for the Foxes.
Prosecutors in Brazil file a $43.5bn (£30bn) civil lawsuit against iron miner Samarco, and its owners BHP Billiton and Vale.
US Secretary of State John Kerry warns Syria's President Assad that seeking military gains will not end the civil war.
Britain's Andy Murray beats Radek Stepanek of the Czech Republic 7-6 (7-3) 3-6 6-1 to reach the third round of the Madrid Open.
The headquarters of the French tennis federation (FFT) and the home of its president are searched following allegations of illegal ticket sales.
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini and Leicester's Robert Huth are charged with violent conduct by the Football Association.
The Olympic flame has arrived in Brazil for the start of a torch relay that will culminate with the opening of the Olympic Games in Rio in August.
A conservative group says it has been sending men into women's toilets at Target stores to protest the company's policies toward transgender people.
Home life in Cuba with the hard-drinking writer
The mending craze gripping New York
Drones, autonomous bulldozers and 3D printing - how tech is transforming the building site.
Leicester City's title win will be hard to repeat because the rich teams almost always succeed, says manager Claudio Ranieri.
A top Spanish judge issues international arrest warrants for 12 Russians suspected of organised crime, including senior state officials.
From Egypt to Malaysia, the world reacts to Leicester's premier league title win.
Kenyan police say they have foiled a "large-scale" biological attack by a terror group with links to so-called Islamic State.
Genes are partly to blame for some dogs getting fat, say scientists who have studied Labrador retrievers.
The US defence secretary accuses Russia of "nuclear sabre-rattling" and says the US has had to step up its military presence on Nato's eastern flank.
A technical error was probably responsible for the helicopter crash in which 13 people died on Friday, Norway's Accident Investigation Board says.
Tackling polygamy, sex education and child marriage
The football club founded by the World Cup's creator rises again
Atletico Madrid reach their second Champions League final in three years by edging past Bayern Munich in a pulsating semi-final.
The founder of the German anti-Islam movement, Pegida, is convicted of inciting racial hatred.
Donald Trump is set to win Indiana’s Republican presidential primary, dealing huge blow to Ted Cruz's hopes, US media project.
The Israeli ringleader in the murder of a Palestinian teenager who was abducted and burned to death is sentenced to life in prison.
Nepal orders a Canadian man to leave the country, saying messages he has posted on Twitter are threatening national unity.
A detailed analysis of about 2,000 film scripts suggests that actresses are given fewer lines of dialogue the older they become.
A German comedian under investigation for mocking the Turkish president accuses Angela Merkel of "serving" him up to a "despot".
About $15bn (£10bn) was stolen from the fight against militant Islamists in Nigeria under the former government, the vice-president says.