In Asia, super-apps are already a vital part of everyday life, with everything available at a click of a button.
Some 66 deaths in The Gambia may be linked to four syrups made by an India-based firm, world health officials say.
Presenter Summaya Mughal says cultural barriers stopped her learning to swim during childhood.
In an exclusive interview with BBC Sport, Alex Albon discusses the rollercoaster ride that has carried him to Williams.
Nadia Hadhrami, 23, said women struggle to find modest clothing.
The district council has rejected two of Mr Clarkson's planning applications for the farm this year.
New licenses for North Sea oil and gas are incompatible with reaching net zero by 2050, a report says.
Councils in England say social care reforms have left them facing serious financial pressures.
The man, now a Home Office immigration official, has been suspended, after a BBC investigation.
At least 18 people are killed in the shooting which is being blamed on the Los Tequileros crime gang.
Pyongyang says the launch of short-range ballistic missiles is a response to US-South Korean drills.
X-ray scans of a tiny reptile fossil reveal the pterodactyls' ancestors scampered around on two legs.
More people identify as bisexual than gay or lesbian, says a study from the LGBT charity, Stonewall.
New guidance asks staff to share concerns with "trusted contacts", even without the student's consent.
A strike ballot opens, with the Royal College of Nursing demanding a pay rise of 5% above inflation.
Families of some of those affected are giving evidence at a public inquiry into the treatment disaster.
After winning his US Championship match, Hans Niemann said the game was "a message to everyone".
Can India become the new manufacturing hub as global firms try to reduce their dependence on China?
Taiwanese fruit growers are unable to sell their crop after Beijing banned their importation.
It is the first war where commercial space capabilities have played a significant role, a US general says.