Thousands of mourners pay their respects to late Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalitha.
Kenyan officials have said nothing about the country's 'largest military defeat' at El Adde.
Enterprising Indians are seeing opportunity after almost 90% of bank notes were withdrawn.
The BBC 100 Women season speaks with three Arab female mathematicians to get their advice for younger girls.
Scenes of grief outside the hospital where India's popular and powerful politician Jayalalitha died.
Scenes of grief outside the hospital where India's popular and powerful politician J Jayalalitha died.
The 2016 Turner Prize is won by sculptor Helen Marten, who says she will share her £25,000 winnings with her fellow nominees.
After two years in a Russian jail, Ukraine parliamentarian Nadiya Savchenko warns against warmer relations with Moscow
Adam Sax is president and CEO of Sky Guys, organizer of Canada's first international UAV show
Minister of International Trade Chrystia Freeland says Canada is eager to trade, despite recent global developments
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs on the halt of construction of the Dakota Access pipeline
Terry Abel, executive vice-president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, on the huge questions that energy companies face
Brace yourself for higher premiums in 2017. Here's why.
The symbolism and pageantry of Castro's final journey is carefully orchestrated, as Adrienne Arsenault discovers
Man was 'self-investigating' report of child abuse internet hoax
Decision to deny permission met with cautious optimism
The CBC's Adrienne Arsenault reports on the end of 9-day national mourning period for Cuba's divisive former president
The CBC's Karen Pauls reports from South Dakota as construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline is halted
CBC's Ottawa bureau chief Rob Russo on the implications for Canada's pipeline projects
Uzbeks, forced to work abroad to support their families, hope that a new President will bring them a better life in their home country
Financial elder abuse on the rise in Canada, RCMP says
Economist Mario Monti, who was brought in as PM of a technocrat government in Italy in December 2011, has explained why he voted against Matteo Renzi's constitutional reforms. Many Italians did not want to be forced to give a political judgement on the constitution, he said, and were not attracted
In June 2015, G7 leaders took a group photo, 17 months later, five of them are out of power or close to it.
US President-elect Donald Trump has posted a series of tweets criticising China for its monetary policy and its operations in the South China Sea