Category: BBC World News
President Zelensky says soldiers who shoot at the Zaporizhzhia plant will become "a special target".
A company in Norway has developed an innovative "kite" that turns wind into electricity.
Authorities say a toxic substance is to blame, but the cause of the mass death is still unknown.
"We've never known a summer like this," says the mayor of one town threatened by wildfires.
The man suspected of attacking author Salman Rushdie is remanded without bail after a court appearance.
With about a third of the results confirmed, Raila Odinga has a slight edge over William Ruto.
French environmentalists sabotage golf greens to protest against their exemption from water bans.
The literary world has reacted to the attack on Salman Rushdie with shock and condemnation.
The Satanic Verses author was not worried about security before the stabbing attack in New York state.
The latest results from the presidential and parliamentary races.
Jason Alexander is convicted of trespassing and battery after disrupting the private ceremony in June.
The militants fire into the air as women call for "work and freedom" after a year of Taliban rule.
A local news outlet reports wind speeds of up to 65km/h tore off part of the festival's main stage.
At least 40 others were injured in bad weather at a popular electronic music festival near Valencia.
A report this year accused the largest US Protestant denomination of covering up abuse.
Dry conditions in the UK and Europe are stress on facilities including nuclear, say experts.