The rapper and two members of her team have been charged with 12 crimes each.
Efforts by Saudi Arabia, the EU and Japan are seen as part of a backlash against UN climate action.
BBC Sport's Alex Scott links up with rapper JXSE to talk about his Dance Like Mbappe hit and discuss the influences for his music.
British Transport Police statistics reveal an 80% increase in reports of thefts on the Tube in the last three years.
The shapewear range is touted as inclusive, but Japanese people say the name disrespects tradition.
For years Ian Brady was able to mix with borstal boys in jail, newly released official papers reveal.
Boris Johnson says the UK must leave on 31 October but Jeremy Hunt calls this a "fake deadline".
The latest swimrun was held in south Devon where about 100 entrants competed across 10km and 25km routes.
A live stream tour of a tiny museum open only one day a week attracts nearly half a million viewers.
Philippine children are being forced into online sex abuse videos by family, paid for by people in the West.
Naeema Zehri grew up in a village in Pakistan where armed men stopped her from going to school.
Emma O'Connor's nine-year-old son became so anxious he stopped going to classes altogether.
Money spent on audiobooks in the UK rose by 43% in 2018, with Michelle Obama leading the way.
Three women tell HRW how they were assaulted by the now exiled leader - allegations his party deny.
For the first time in 20 years, French teenagers are taking part in a four-week training programme.
Harsher terms proposed for people found guilty of organising dog fights or neglect of farm animals.
Is it really the miracle product of the free market, as many economists have claimed?
Campaigners have called for victims to have the same right to anonymity as other sexual offences.
The Texas facility reportedly made changes to alleviate its overcrowding in order to house the children.
Sterling's woes make life tougher for some foreign workers, but for many firms, it's good news.