India under fire as it deports Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar Image copyright AFP Image caption Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have fled violence in Myanmar India has deported seven Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar, despite last-minute appeals that doing so put them at risk.
The men had been detained since 2012 for immigration violations. Earlier in the day, the Supreme Court refused to step in to stop their deportation.
At least 700,000 Rohingya have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh to escape violence in Myanmar in the past year.
UN officials have accused Myanmar's military of ethnic cleansing. The army says it has been tackling insurgents.
The Rohingya are one of many ethnic minorities in Myanmar, where the government sees them as illegal immigrants from neighbouring Bangladesh and denies them citizenship.
The seven men deported on Thursday had been interred in a detention centre in India's Assam state. They were handed over at the Moreh border crossing in neighbouring Manipur ..
WW1: New memorial for Pembrokeshire's Japanese dead Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionHirano Maru victims are being remembered in Pembrokeshire A new memorial is being unveiled in a Pembrokeshire churchyard to the crew and passengers of a Japanese merchant ship sunk by a U-boat in the last weeks of World War One.
Over 300 died aboard the Hirano Maru and 10 are recorded as buried at Angle Church.
But the original wooden memorial there has rotted away and local people have raised money for a replacement.
Japanese officials and families will be at Thursday's ceremony.
The Duke of Gloucester will perform the unveiling, 100 years to the day since the sinking, in front of representatives of the Japanese embassy as well as the shipping line and the granddaughter of an officer aboard the Hirano Maru.
Image caption Rotted away - the original memorial for 10 of the victims Local historian David James who started the campaign for the new memorial said he felt ..
Wife of former Malaysian PM Najib charged with money laundering Image copyright AFP Image caption Ms Rosmah is known for her love of shopping and branded goods The wife of ex-Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has been charged with money laundering and tax evasion, as part of an investigation into a multi-million dollar corruption scandal.
Rosmah Mansor, who is known for her love of luxury goods and jewellery, pleaded not guilty to all 17 charges.
Her husband, Mr Najib, has been accused of pocketing $700m (£517m) from state development fund 1MDB.
Mr Najib currently faces 32 different charges in relation to 1MDB.
Ms Rosmah smiled, wave and blew kisses at the media as she arrived in a Kuala Lumpur court on Thursday.
The 66 year old had spent a night in detention following her arrest by anti-corruption officials on Wednesday.
Bail for Ms Rosmah was set at 2m ringgit ($483,200; £373,127). Prosecutors had originally sought 10m ringgit in bail.
Mr Najib also appeared at another courtroom..
Xi Jinping game show: How well do you know China's leader? Image copyright Hunan TV It's dinnertime in China, the evening news has just aired, and primetime TV-watchers are settling down for the real entertainment of the night.
"Let's listen to President Xi's speeches and comprehend his thought," enthusiastically declares the host of a game show called, yes, "Studying Xi in the New Era".
The "Xi" - in this instance - is a reference to China's leader Xi Jinping who has steadily tightened his grip over the state. Just one year ago "Xi Jinping thought" - an articulation of his political philosophy - was enshrined in the constitution of the Chinese Communist Party. Nothing like that has happened in a very long time.
Now it's moved onto Hunan TV, China's most popular entertainment channel aimed at young people, which means that it's clearly time to ensure China's Generation Z and millennials are on board.
Image copyright Hunan TV So is it any f..
Six rescue divers drown trying to save teen in Malaysia Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The divers were from Malaysia's Fire and Rescue department Six rescue divers have drowned while trying to save a teenager from a disused mining pool in Malaysia.
They were searching for a 17-year-old boy who is thought to have fallen into the body of water while fishing with his friends on Wednesday.
Authorities said the divers became caught in a "whirlpool" and sudden strong currents caused some of their equipment to come off.
The search for the missing boy resumed on Thursday.
'A very sad day'The boy and his friends were about to start fishing at the mining pool in Sepang district in Selangor state when he fell in, reports said.
The divers followed all safety procedures as they went into the pool on a search and rescue mission, according to Sepang district police chief Abdul Aziz Ali
They were all wearing complete diving equipment and were tied to a single rope, he said...
Honda to invest $2.8bn in GM's self-driving car unit Image copyright Reuters Image caption GM has done extensive testing of its Cruise robot cars in cities and on busy roads Honda will invest $2.75bn (£2.1bn) and take a stake in General Motors self-driving unit, GM Cruise, as firms continue to team up in the race to develop autonomous vehicles.
The Japanese carmaker said it wants develop a self-driving car that could be manufactured at high volume.
Earlier this year, Japan's Softbank invested $2.25bn in GM Cruise.
Honda's shares were up 1.2% in early Tokyo trade following the announcement and GM's shares rose 2.1% in the US.
Honda will contribute approximately $2bn over 12 years to self-driving vehicle initiatives, which together with a $750m equity investment in Cruise, brings its total commitment to the project to $2.75bn, the two firms said in a statement.
Analysts have said that GM is among the leaders in the development of self-driving vehicles.
Priyanka Chopra invests in dating app Bumble Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The TV and film star also invests in a US coding school Indian actress Priyanka Chopra will invest in dating app Bumble as the service prepares to expand into her native country later this year.
She will also act as an adviser to the app - which requires women to make the first move - for its Indian launch.
Bumble's expansion comes as firms push to make women feel safe using dating apps in India.
The actress becomes the latest in a string of celebrities to take a stake in a tech venture.
Bumble said Chopra will become "partner, advisor, and investor" to the tech firm.
"I've always believed that investing in women is key to social transformation and economic growth," Chopra said in a statement from Bumble.
"Women want love, they want friendship and they want to find a career, and that's the uniqueness of what Bumble delivers," she added. Her manager, Anjula Acharia, is also an a..
United Airlines flight lands safely after mayday call Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The United Airlines plane (not pictured) landed safely in Sydney A United Airlines flight has landed safely at Sydney Airport after issuing a mayday call due to low fuel reserves, authorities have said.
Flight UA839, carrying 194 people, had been on a 15-hour flight to the city from Los Angeles.
Police said they activated a "full emergency response" shortly before the jet landed at 06:36 local time on Thursday (20:36 Wednesday GMT).
United Airlines called it a mechanical issue and said all on board were safe.
"The aircraft taxied to the gate and all customers disembarked normally," the airline said in a statement.
The pilot of the 787-900 Dreamliner had earlier issued a mayday call due to low fuel levels, said Airservices Australia, the nation's aviation navigation authority.
New South Wales police said the incident forced the brief closure of Australia's busiest airport and sur..
The Indian state where police kill with impunity Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The Uttar Pradesh government has said that it conducts "police encounters" to improve law and order A series of alleged extra-judicial killings by police in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh has raised serious concerns about its force. Sharat Pradhan and Nitin Srivastava report for the BBC.
"I got a call from the police at around 6.30am, asking if I wanted to film a gun battle going on with two criminals," says a TV journalist from Aligarh, a city in Uttar Pradesh, who has requested anonymity.
He rushed to the spot, where to his surprise he was joined by several other journalists brandishing mics and cameras.
Together, they filmed a scene that could have been out of a Bollywood film.
Live images beamed across most of India's national television channels showed policemen armed with sophisticated assault rifles, kneeling behind thick bushes and firing at a bungalow.