Facebook said it was "legally compelled" to block access to a page under new "fake news" laws.
The Australian bushfire agency said it wanted to say thanks to helpers in "the biggest way possible".
One dead and thousands are left without power after thunderstorms hammer Sydney.
The discovery raises fresh concerns about potential safety issues for the US plane-making giant.
The World Health Organization says "radical change" is needed before it is too late
How the childhood organisation became 'the largest paedophile ring on Earth' according to a lawyer.
A British university says "an incorrect story... spiralled" from its research into the virus's spread.
Jeff Bezos has pledged $10bn (£7.7bn) to fight climate change - but how should the money be spent?
As China struggles to cope with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, we look at the scale and importance of it's financial might.
There is no cure for a type of elephantiasis caused by minerals in western Uganda's volcanic soil.
The BBC has rare access to the annual check-up and cleaning of the Sistine Chapel's masterpieces.
The row over a Newsweek opinion piece comes as jurors hold a first day of deliberations in the trial.
The New York billionaire has apologised for controversial past remarks. What do his supporters think?
Osman Kavala, cleared over the Gezi Park protests, is accused of involvement in the 2016 coup attempt.
Behind the camp fire singalongs, lurked "the largest paedophile ring on earth", says a lawyer.
The men may face a jail sentence or fines of up to $40,000 under the country's strict laws.
Russian President Vladimir Putin dismisses one of his closest advisers, Vladislav Surkov.
The former New York mayor has qualified to take part in a Democratic debate for the first time.
The ravenous pests have devoured crops and pasture threatening a food crisis in East Africa.
Undercover filming showed the Ghanaian academics breaching university policies on sexual harassment.