Bayer and BASF are told to pay huge damages to a Missouri peach-grower.
Hamas militants hacked dozens of smartphones by posing as female admirers, Israel's military says.
Problems with the electronic voting system led to the municipal election being suspended four hours in.
The UK and EU will "rip each other apart" as they vie for advantage, France's foreign minister says.
India's Supreme Court has ruled that all women officers will now be eligible for permanent commissions.
Women say they were harassed in the chaos after holders of fake tickets broke through barricades.
Srinivas Gowda, a local sporting hero, says he has no time to try out for the national team.
No-one has claimed responsibility for the incident, but an opposition party blamed the army.
The move comes as the US car giant retreats from more markets to focus on more profitable countries.
Toilet rolls have become hot property in the city due to a shortage from coronavirus panic-buying.
Twelve men arrested on Friday were allegedly plotting to attack mosques, politicians and immigrants.
Last year's police searches targeting ABC prompted papers to run "censored" front pages.
The world's third largest economy was hit by a sales tax rise, a destructive typhoon and weak global demand.
Sophie Trelles-Tvede is the boss of Invisibobble, which is now sold in more than 70 countries.
Journalists in Kashmir have been struggling in the wake of a crippling communications blockade.
China-based student Kem Senoua is the first African known to have contracted the virus - he spoke to the BBC.
President Macron's pension reforms reach the National Assembly - but the protests have not gone away.
The fertility expert Lord Winston warns the success rate could be as low as 1% but others say it is considerably higher.
Sixteen-year-old twins Ana Fernanda and Ana Luisa begin their journey from Mexico in the early hours.
The BBC meets the medics and lawyers across America who are using the app to help educate the public.