As talks fail with Ethiopia, Sudan says water levels drop downstream and Egypt demands "clarification".
The 20-year-old, who joined the Islamic State group in Syria, has been denied a fair hearing, judges say.
The UK, US and Canada say state-backed hackers tried to steal coronavirus vaccine research.
The president follows up his vow to leave the world health body by formally notifying the UN.
The £2bn pledge for the young unemployed will be part of the chancellor's proposals outlined on Wednesday.
In a special investigation, several gymnasts tell BBC Sport of an alleged "culture of fear" in the sport of weight shaming and abuse.
Protests over the killing of Hachalu Hundessa spread from Oromia, where he was seen as a hero.
A Swedish football referee admits his career is 'effectively' over following his suspension for offensive remarks aimed at Guinea's...
Six people who dared to go bare on the shores of Lake Como are spotted by a marine patrol.
The court rules locking down Gütersloh after the outbreak at the Tönnies plant was disproportionate.
Former journalist Ivan Safronov is suspected of passing secrets to a Nato country.
The inquiry into 72 deaths is urged to be on the "right side of history" when it publishes its findings.