Gareth Bale will miss out on the final round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am after play is delayed because of strong winds.
The former president, who seized power in a coup in 1999, survived numerous assassination attempts.
The ex-PM's comments are the first detailed remarks she has made since she was forced out of No 10.
Wetlands are being lost at a faster rate than forests, but in some regions beavers are part of the solution.
Amanda Serrano beats Erika Cruz to become undisputed featherweight champion and set up a rematch with Katie Taylor.
Pakistan's military ruler found himself on the front line between militant Islamists and the West.
Cameron Norrie confirms Great Britain's place in September's Davis Cup Finals group stage by beating Colombia's Nicolas Mejia in straight sets.
Thousands lined the bridges and canal banks of Venice to watch the floating parade.
The Trevelyan family, who owned more than 1,000 African slaves in the 19th Century, will also pay reparations.
It's the fifth week of mass protests across Israel over government plans to curb the judiciary's powers.
More than 20 people are killed in Chile as wildfires sweep through 40,000 hectares of land.
The white balloon - which the US has confirmed bringing down - is seen falling through the sky.
Video shows the vessel capsizing in rough Pacific seas as the man on board is rescued.
Flames light the sky over a village near Pittsburgh after about 50 carriages reportedly derail.
Locals in Santiago collect beer from the road after the vehicle carrying it was involved in an accident.
BBC security correspondent Gordon Corera explains what it's all about.
Chase Doak filmed the suspected Chinese surveillance balloon from his driveway in Billings, Montana
Punxatawney Phil may be the star of Groundhog Day, but US towns have many other predictive rodents.
Two French musicians brought a piano to entertain travellers in Nantes, France.
A former Russian military officer speaks to the BBC about abuses he says he witnessed in Ukraine.