- Yellow vest protest in Paris sees police detain hundreds
Police fire rubber bullets and tear gas at rioting protesters in Paris as cars are set alight.
- Trump chief of staff John Kelly to leave White House job
The announcement comes after persistent reports that Mr Kelly was under pressure to go.
- Gypsy Girl: Missing mosaic pieces returned to Turkey
Fragments of the ancient Gypsy Girl mosaic given back by a US university go on show at a museum.
- Huawei arrest: China demands Canada free Meng Wanzhou
The foreign ministry demands Canada release CFO Meng Wanzhou, who faces fraud charges in the US.
- Italy nightclub stampede kills six and injures dozens
Dozens of people are also injured in the incident near Ancona on the east coast.
- Trump ex-lawyer Michael Cohen’s help with Russia probe revealed
A memo reveals how an ex-Trump lawyer detailed attempts by Russians to influence the 2016 election.
- Priyanka Chopra: US writer sorry for ‘scam artist’ comment
Mariah Smith apologises for calling the Bollywood actress a “scam artist”, which outraged Indians.
- Algeria beatifications are first in a Muslim nation
The first such ceremony in a Muslim nation was for 19 Catholics killed in Algeria’s civil war.
- Copa Libertadores final: Boca Juniors’ bid to postpone match rejected by Cas
Boca Juniors have a late attempt to postpone Sunday’s Copa Libertadores final second leg rejected by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
- NZ police believe UK backpacker murdered
A 26-year-old man is to appear in court on Monday as police continue to look for the body of Grace Millane.
- Yellow vest movement: Hundreds arrested
Protesters have taken to the streets of Paris for another weekend of demonstrations. Some clashed with police.
- Near miss for Melbourne dog
The passenger pooch narrowly avoided cars when it fell out of a car window
- The photographer who puts disabled and severely ill children in fantasy scenes
Angela Forker photographs babies with disabilities and terminal illnesses, placing them in fantasy scenes.
- Gilets jaunes: Are nationalists infiltrating the ‘yellow vests’?
Protesters from all sides of the French political spectrum have found a home in the “yellow vest” movement.
- Cherrie: I’m not 100% Swedish or Somali
Hip hop star Cherrie talks success and identity as a black woman of Somali heritage in Scandinavia.
- ICYMI: Celebrity splits, scandals and epic spills.
Here’s a look back at a few things you may have missed in the last week.
- Russia: Why some of its biggest musicians were arrested
Stars such as IC3PEAK have had concerts cancelled without clear reasons. They say it’s a covert cultural war against Russian youth.
- Taiwan students DNA-tested in yoghurt thief whodunnit
Hundreds of Taiwanese taxpayers’ dollars have been spent on an investigation into the theft of a yoghurt drink.
- Poland seeks top 100 national dishes
Poland’s agriculture ministry plans to publish a canon of the country’s national cuisine.
- China employees fined for walking fewer than 180,000 steps
Staff at a real estate firm had to walk 6,000 steps a day in order to avoid a fine.
- Armenia election: Gloves come off after ‘Velvet Revolution’
The man who led Armenia’s peaceful mass revolt is on course to boost his political clout.
- Inside US training course to arm teachers
In 14 US states, there are already schools in which some teachers carry guns. Here’s what they’re taught.
- Huawei: The rapid growth of a Chinese champion in five charts
China’s tech giant leads the market for telecoms infrastructure, and is second only to Samsung in smartphone sales.
- India’s richest family caps year of big fat weddings
It’s been a year unlike any other for celebrity weddings – with Instagram the main competition arena.
- Complacency kills: Caribbean gears up for tsunamis
The region runs the risk of complacency over a tsunami threat, which experts warn is a real possibility.
- Is Germany’s new ruling party chief Merkel 2.0?
The German politician takes over from Angela Merkel as the leader of the Christian Democrats.
- ‘We’re fed up with promises from politicians’
How France’s “gilets jaunes” began to organise on Facebook, and why people are still protesting.