The BBC's Jonathan Beale reports on 'Dynamic Mongoose', Nato's largest ever anti-submarine warfare exercise in the North Sea.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits China this week, as both Asian giants look to extend their sphere of influence.
Narendra Modi begins his first visit to China as India's prime minister on Thursday.
Secunder Kermani reports from Milan's central railway station which has become a temporary home for migrants arriving on trains from Sicily.
The children who have memorised the globe
The art revolution spreading across Mexico's walls
Striking, creative and thought-provoking - Peter Kennard on his unique art on the subject of war.
Chancellor George Osborne is to outline plans giving cities power over transport, housing, planning and policing, in his first speech of the new Parliament.
The Brazilian firm making women feel like models
Peru's diverse wildlife makes it a hotspot for the illegal trade in live animals - and the country's ecological police are struggling to cope.
Camp for children questioning gender identity
The government has promised an in-out referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union by the end of 2017. But what do UK firms think about a possible "Brexit"?
A further drop in the number of people putting their homes up for sale is pushing up house prices, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
The FARC rebel movement in Colombia is asking the government to include a smaller guerrilla group, the ELN in peace talks as soon as possible, to end more than fifty ears of conflict.
Hillary Clinton launched her presidential bid over a month ago but has only answered a handful of questions from reporters. Will voters care?
The US embassy in Kabul says that an American citizen has been killed in an attack on a guesthouse in the Afghanistan capital, Kabul.
A train that derailed in Philadelphia, killing at least seven people, was travelling at twice the speed limit. So how safe are US trains?
An attempted military coup is underway in Burundi with heavy gunfire in the capital Bujumbura and thousands of civilians fleeing the small, land-locked country.
The BBC's Gordon Corera reports on the radical Islamist preacher, Anjem Choudary, who some believe has prompted the government's plans to tackle extremism.
The travel firm Tui is dropping the Thomson and First Choice travel brands in a revamp of its business.