As world powers struggle to reach a deal with Iran on its nuclear programme, Republicans in the US could prove the biggest obstacle to an agreement.
Audio released of the 911 call made to US police records the caller saying that the gun being waved around by 12-year-old Tamir Rice is "probably fake".
Throughout the last decade Guillermo Galdos has covered all sides of Mexico's drug war. From cartel bosses to desperate families looking for their loved ones.
Ghoncheh Ghavami, who was imprisoned for a year for trying to gain access to a volleyball match in Tehran, is freed on bail.
Former British soldiers are reportedly in northern Syria battling the Islamic State group alongside Kurdish fighters - but who are they? And what happens when they come back?
The first group of GPs, nurses and other medical staff leave the UK today to fly to Sierra Leone to help treat people with Ebola. More than 1,000 volunteers from the NHS have stepped forwards so far.
The Islamist group al-Shabaab claims responsibility for killing 28 non-Muslims on a bus in Kenya. Witnesses said the gunmen spared Muslim passengers but ordered the rest off the bus to their death.
A sell-out crowd will watch England women's football team play Germany at Wembley on Sunday. Is it passing fad or do women offer the prospect of a bright and successful future for the national game?
Will a deal on Iran's nuclear programme lead to rapprochement between the US and the Islamic state after 35 years of enmity?