UN: More civilians killed by Afghan forces than Taliban

The agency says, for first time, Afghan and international forces killed the most civilians this year.

Prince William given Maori greeting in Christchurch

The Duke of Cambridge is to meet those affected by the Christchurch mosque attacks, where 50 people were killed.

South Africa’s first free elections after Apartheid

After Apartheid ended all South Africans regardless of race were finally able to vote for the first time in 1994. Organising the elections was a huge logistical challenge.

The secret world of Russia’s North Korean workers

North Korean migrants working in Russia are facing uncertainty due to UN sanctions.

Notre-Dame fire: Has too much money been given to rebuild it?

An early estimate suggests that donations to the iconic cathedral now far surpass the cost of repairs.

How fake news from Sudan’s regime backfired

Omar al-Bashir’s regime tried to smear protesters with fake confession videos. It didn’t work.

Can India’s political prince unseat the PM?

Rahul Gandhi has energised a struggling party and has been increasingly setting the agenda.

Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong-un hold Vladivostok summit

Top of the agenda is North Korea’s denuclearisation following the failed Trump-Kim meeting in Hanoi.

How an anxious teen and an ex-YouTuber made an indie box office hit

How an ex-YouTube star created a US box office smash about teen life.

Millions of children miss measles jab

People rejecting vaccines are a “growing public health time bomb”, the head of NHS England warns.