Dongyuan Li admitted to assisting Chinese nationals have their children born in the US.
Tottenham throw away a two-goal lead as last season’s Champions League finalists are forced to settle for a point against Olympiakos in Greece.
Having been stranded in a canal in Florida for days, the 14-person strong wall encouraged the dolphins to sea.
Controversy over a ship in New Zealand shows how tensions remain over national identity.
In a BBC exclusive, the Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel says it was never his intention to humiliate Boris Johnson by holding a press conference without him.
An investigation rejects Russian claims that Jeanne Calment actually died at 59, rather than 122.
The Federal Reserve has cut rates by 0.25% for the second time since the financial crisis.
A lawyer shot dead in Amsterdam was investigating a notorious, violent drug gang.
Somerset’s Championship title hopes remain in the balance after Hampshire complete a 136-run victory at the Ageas Bowl.
Businessman and former model Ed Buck has been arrested after a third man overdosed at his home.
The US president says the move will cut car prices but it is likely to spark a legal battle.
South Africa’s president says urgent action is needed amid a spike in murders and rapes.
Pilots’ union Balpa calls on the airline to “negotiate seriously” with a view to ending the dispute.
As they prepare for an opener against South Africa and a bid for a third straight Rugby World Cup, are the All Blacks wobbling on their throne?