Celebrating 100 years of daylight saving time - VIDEO
"We explore the history behind Daylight Saving Time and the reason that Britain adopted the clock changes in 1916.
DST is now used in over 70 countries worldwide and affects over a billion people every year."
Bond inspires Day of the Dead parade - VIDEO - 30 October 2016
"Mexico City has held its first Day of the Dead parade, which tourism officials say was inspired by the opening scenes in last year's James Bond film."
Mexico City stages first Day of the Dead parade- Article + Pictures + Video - 29 October 2016
"Mexico City has held its first Day of the Dead parade, complete with floats, giant marionettes and hundreds of dancers and performers."
Australia asylum: Arrivals by boat face lifetime visa ban- 30 October 2016
"Australia has unveiled tough new plans to bar any asylum seekers who try to reach the country by boat from ever being able to enter.
The lifetime ban on visas would apply even to those travelling as tourists, for business, or who married an Australian." + Australia and asylum
Video shows hundreds of migrants camping out in Paris central reservation- 29 October 2016
"After the closure of the Calais 'Jungle' camp, French media report a large increase in the number of migrants sleeping in tents around Place de la Bataille-de-Stalingrad between Paris’s 10th and 19th arrondissements. Officials say the numbers in north Paris have increased from 2,000 to 3,000, just months after the area was cleared of migrants sleeping rough."
Emojis Find Their Place in Art- Text + Audio- 28 October 2016
"A Japanese telecommunications company created the first set of 176 emojis. They are now on display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City."
The set of 176 original emoji characters, which have been donated to the Museum of Modern Art
in New York City are seen in an undated handout image
Mammoth Cave: Grand and Gloomy - Text + Audio + Pictures
"This week on our national parks journey, we head to the southeastern state of Kentucky. Here you will find rolling hills and thick green forests.
But beneath the land is a strange and silent underground world. Welcome to Mammoth Cave National Park!"
Police Remove Pipeline Protesters from Private Land in North Dakota - Text + Audio + Pictures - 28 October 2016
"Police have removed dozens of protesters opposed to an oil pipeline from private land in North Dakota. No serious injuries were reported. Native Americans and their supporters are protesting construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. They say it could harm the water supply and destroy sacred sites."