The report contains enough potential red flags to spur congressional scrutiny of the president.
Sudanese protest groups require unity to secure civilian rule, the BBC's Alastair Leithead says.
Details are emerging from the mammoth 448-page report into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Walter Onnoghen is convicted of not declaring his assets and is banned from public office for 10 years.
The humanoid, named Alex, causes a stir as he makes his debut on state news channel Rossiya 24.
A wooden structure could be built outside the front of the fire-ravaged cathedral in Paris.
Nelson was captured by a militia who believed the vulture was transmitting military secrets.
President Emmanuel Macron will present the controversial writer with the Légion d'honneur.
An MEP performs on a harmonica for the last day of the current European Parliament.
The incumbent leader said he had clearly won the vote, despite his challenger's claims to the contrary.
Mario Estrada is accused of conspiring to import cocaine to the US to fund his presidential campaign.
A reference to the Soviet dictator in a line of dialogue was changed to Adolf Hitler.
The country's foreign ministry claims the US Secretary of State is "reckless" in nuclear talks.
The pair could face the death penalty after the navy accused them of building a home in Thai waters.
The bones of the huge creature belong to a new species which roamed east Africa 20 million years ago.
Peter Tabichi from Kenya, who was named World's Best Teacher, shares what makes him stand out and what he hopes for teachers in Africa.
Ex-New Zealand military attaché Alfred Keating secretly placed the device in the country's US embassy.
The bus had been carrying German tourists when it plunged off a road near the town of Caniço.
Police arrest a man carrying petrol and lighters who entered St Patrick's Cathedral in New York.
Using modern technology to preserve a medieval building is nothing new in France.
Nusrat was set on fire after accusing her headmaster of sexual harassment, but spoke out before dying.
Nicaraguans in Costa Rica face a backlash from those angry about the growing numbers seeking refuge.
The cathedral has come to symbolise the heart of France since it was built 850 years ago.
A child known as Baby A became the subject of a high court case that has prompted Kenya to start changing its approach to intersex children.
A project on Indian farmers helped an Italian man win Photographer of the Year at the Sony awards.
A team of conservators are working to breathe new life into a collection of Buddha statues destroyed by the Taliban
Automation could wipe out many jobs in developing countries, says globalisation expert Ian Goldin.
A pink-maned pony "spotted" around an island in Montreal, Canada became an internet sensation. But it was just a hoax.
As the US moves to expand indefinite detention for asylum seekers, here's what you need to know.
Paulette was threatened with deportation to Jamaica despite living in the UK for 50 years.
Former US first lady Michelle Obama talks about the Notre-Dame fire during her Paris book tour.
Bill Shorten could become the nation's sixth leader since 2013 if he wins an election next month.
People around the world share emotional stories about seeing important cultural sights destroyed.
Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno tells the BBC why his government revoked Julian Assange's asylum.
A Chinese school's family cars exhibition has triggered a fierce debate online about class discrimination in the education system.
How the Notre-Dame fire spread and the damage it caused, shown in graphics and images.
A Russian Orthodox priest has been posted to a remote village as punishment for his wife's participation in a beauty pageant.