Two Isis fighters who were dubbed part of the Beatles have reportedly been captured in Syria. Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh were detained by Kurdish forces.
London-based designer Debbie Wingham constructed a 120kg bridal cake for display at the Bride Dubai wedding show. It features five $200,000 white diamonds.
A Saudi Arabian father reportedly punished his son for being the victim of a sexual assault by burning his genitals with an iron.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says 384 people, including 94 children, have been killed in the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta region since 29 January.
Netanyahu's government is offering 20,000 male migrants, most of whom are from Sudan and Eritrea, $3,500 (£2,500) and a plane ticket to what it says is a safe destination in Africa.
Iran executed at least three child offenders in January 2018. Only four countries in the world, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Yemen, carry death penalty for children.
Nato is considering a renewed commitment to a long-term training mission in Iraq as the US puts pressure on its European allies to help hold the country against Isis militants.
Mohammed bin Salman's trip to London on 8 March faces demonstrations by anti-war campaigners and human rights groups.
The Syrian regime claimed that most of the projectiles fired by Israeli forces were intercepted.
Global children's charity Unicef launches pilot scheme asking gamers to create Ethereum to fund emergency aid in Syria.
"You must have calculations against Turkey, Iran or maybe Russia," said the Turkish president.
Argument sparked by woman's demand to replace bananas with riper fruit quickly escalates into major marital row.
Islamic watchdog says only "demons" feed themselves with their left hand.
Russia is hailing a pilot who killed himself with a grenade to avoid capture in Syria as a national hero. Major Roman Filipov was awarded the Hero of Russia medal.
London-born Lucas Kinney stars has appeared in a new al-Qaeda propaganda video where he appeals for jihadists to join the fight against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Arabic.