Category: BBC World News
Brazilian communities are combatting soaring food prices and a hunger crisis with urban gardens.
More than 400 survivors and relatives gave evidence in the unprecedented trial that ended this week.
Developers are moving away from stereotypes of Arab characters and depicting them more positively.
Rallies take place in Tobruk, Tripoli and other cities amid anger at the country's political deadlock.
The US president warns some US states will attempt to arrest women crossing state lines for access.
A historical group was instrumental in discovering a crannog made from stone near Lough Neagh.
A police informant says he was told that the driver was "unaware" the air conditioning had failed.
Some 60% of the country's population faces severe acute food insecurity amid food aid cuts, aid workers say.
Support for Russia's elite fighting force looks less certain as the regiment reappears in Ukraine.
Grieving Honduran mother in despair over migrant relatives lost in Texas lorry tragedy.
Couples tie the knot nine months after the country voted for marriage for all.
Ship tracking reveals the route of a grain shipment from Russian-controlled Ukraine.
Some 60% of the country's population faces starvation amid food aid cuts, aid workers say.
If convicted on drugs charges Brittney Griner faces up to 10 years in prison.
The overnight strikes hit a residential building and a recreation centre in a village, officials say.
The Wikileaks founder seeks to appeal against a decision to extradite him over leaked files.