BBC News - World
Roger Stone: President Trump's clemency wipes fine and supervised release
The president's former adviser was due to begin a prison term on 14 July after lying to Congress.
South China Sea dispute: China's pursuit of resources 'unlawful', says US
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says China is treating the disputed waters as its "maritime empire".
Coronavirus: White House targets US disease chief Dr Anthony Fauci
A memo leaked over the weekend said several officials were "concerned" by Dr Fauci's past comments.
Coronavirus: California reimposes sweeping restrictions amid virus spike
The governor has rolled back reopening plans across the state as virus cases soar.
South Asian anti-black racism: 'We don't marry black people'
Amit's relationship with Michelle was a secret for years because he feared his family's reaction.
Coronavirus: How did Florida get so badly hit by Covid-19?
Florida is becoming the new US epicentre - but what's behind the rising case counts?
The woman leading the first Arab interplanetary mission
The UAE's Hope probe will study the planet's weather and climate, in order to learn about its past.
Tea, drugs and war: Hong Kong's British history explained
How the British obsession with tea in the 1800s started the unique story of Hong Kong.
Coronavirus: How to talk about conspiracy theories
Conspiracy theories have thrived during the pandemic - what's the right way to talk to someone who believes them?
Rouaa’s story: From Syrian refugee to UK schoolgirl
The BBC's Caroline Hawley follows Syrian refugee Rouaa to her new home, four years after first meeting her in Lebanon.