More young people are turning to social media to explore their faith.
Death isn't easy to talk about, but London now has a "Coffin Club" where people plan their final farewell.
Daniel Horton, 29, is accused of attacking a worshipper in his 70s during afternoon prayers.
A selection of striking news photographs from around the world this week.
Man Utd fan Daragh Curley said Liverpool were "winning too many games" and it was making him sad.
They will begin to replace the current burgundy passports, following the UK's departure from the EU.
The growing violence has contributed to a deteriorating security situation in central Mali, with impunity being one of the aggravating factors, an independent UN human rights expert warned on Friday.
Pep Guardiola says his players are 'free to say what they think' as Raheem Sterling is interviewed by Spanish press about a move to Real Madrid.
Cheap and easily accessible small arms are increasingly becoming the “weapon of choice” for many terrorist groups, the UN counter-terrorism chief told an event on Friday aimed to raise awareness of the nexus between terrorism, organized crime and illicit small arms trafficking.
Four senior UN officials issued a joint statement on Friday deploring the continued human rights abuses committed against civilians, including women and children, in the south-west and north-west regions of Cameroon.
In a tersely delivered statement on Friday, the UN Secretary-General appealed for an end to the “man-made humanitarian nightmare” currently unfolding in Syria, where ongoing military operations in the north-west have displaced hundreds of thousands amid bitter winter temperatures.
With 17 non-self-governing territories remaining worldwide, the United Nations must continue to be the place where their concerns can be heard, the Secretary-General said in New York on Friday.
Former internationals Tom Shanklin, Shane Horgan and Matt Dawson discuss Shaun Edwards' impact on France as he returns to Wales on Saturday.
Deadly attacks on villages in Burkina Faso have forced 150,000 people to flee in just the last three weeks, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Friday, warning of a displacement emergency in the wider Sahel region.
As the show celebrates its 35th birthday, six of the show's youngest stars test their Albert Square knowledge in our quiz.