Sitting on the Dnipro River in Russian-occupied Ukraine is Europe's largest nuclear power station - on the frontline of a worsening war.
The UK and other major European governments have called on FIFA and independent broadcasters to "quickly reach an agreement" for how the Women's World Cup will be televised in July and August.
China's Communist Party has warned about the potential risks of AI, a day after experts said it posed a similar risk as nuclear war and pandemics.
NATO-led peacekeeping troops have put up metal fences and barbed wire barriers in a northern town in Kosovo after clashes with ethnic Serbs left 30 international soldiers injured.
A patch of phosphorescent green liquid that appeared in Venice's Grand Canal was caused by the chemical fluorescein.
A bus driver and passenger were injured after they shot at each other on a moving bus in North Carolina.
We are standing on the huge deck of the Geo Barents rescue ship, where hundreds of people are waiting to start a new life.
Air New Zealand is reportedly going to weigh its passengers travelling internationally in June.
North Korea has attempted to launch its first military spy satellite - sparking emergency alerts in neighbouring South Korea and in Japan.
Russia's Vladimir Putin has said Ukraine is trying to scare and provoke Moscow after it blamed it for a drone attack in the capital.