Prof Robert E Kelly has returned to BBC News to talk about his unexpected viral fame last week, when his children crashed his live TV interview to the amusement of millions of people who later watched the clip. Prof Kelly, an expert on South Korea, was joined in the follow-up video with his wife, Jung-a Kim and children Marion and James. He confirmed to the BBC's James Menendez that he was, despite online speculation, wearing trousers during the interview. .
It is 30 years since the tumultuous events of 1989, when the Berlin Wall fell, the Iron Curtain lifted and the Soviet Empire began to crumble. As part of a special series of reports on how Russia views 1989, BBC Moscow correspondent Steve Rosenberg has travelled to former East Germany. He took a look inside Wünsdorf, a complex near Berlin that housed tens of thousands of Soviet troops. .
Mo Asumang, daughter of a black Ghanaian father and a white German mother, talks to BBC News about her experiences making her new documentary, The Aryans, in which she confronts racists, both in Germany and among the Ku Klux Klan in America. #racism #kukluxklan #bbcnews Subscribe http://www.youtube.com/bbcnews Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews
Thirty years ago, Beijing's Tiananmen Square became the focus for large-scale protests, which were crushed by China's Communist rulers. The events produced one of the most iconic photos of the 20th Century - a lone protester standing in front of a line of army tanks. What led up to the events? Video by: Zichen Tsui, BBC Chinese .
Facebook has said it now believes up to 87 million people's data was improperly shared with the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica - many more than previously disclosed. The BBC has been told that about 1.1 million of them are UK-based. The overall figure had been previously quoted as being 50 million by the whistleblower Christopher Wylie. The details were revealed in a blog by the tech firm's chief technology officer, Mike Schroepfer. The BBC has also learned that Facebook now estimates that about 305,000 people had installed the This Is Your Digital Life quiz that had made the data-harvesting possible. The figure previously suggested had been 270,000. .
Italy has placed up to 16 million people under quarantine as it battles to contain the spread of coronavirus. Anyone living in Lombardy and 14 other central and northern provinces will need special permission to travel. Milan and Venice are both affected. Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte also announced the closure of schools, gyms, museums, nightclubs and other venues across the whole country. The measures, the most radical taken outside China, will last until 3 April. Italy has seen the largest number of coronavirus cases in Europe and reported a steep rise in infections on Saturday. The strict new quarantine measures affect a quarter of the Italian population and centre on the northern part of the country that powers its economy. .
As part of a series looking at some of the lesser seen sides of some of the world’s most misunderstood countries, Benjamin Zand heads to Sudan. A country long-ravaged by terrorism and civil war – he sets off on a journey to find one of the world’s largest collections of ancient pyramids, that few ever visit. .
Yemen is suffering from the worst humanitarian crisis on the planet. Two million children are severely malnourished and the country is also in the grip of the fastest growing cholera epidemic on record. 600,000 people have been infected and 2,500 have died. Last year the BBC's Nawal Al-Maghafi reported from one of the worst hit areas of the country, a year later she's returned. A warning, her report does contain distressing images from the start. .
Exactly 70 years ago today, the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland was liberated by Soviet soldiers. It was the largest camp established by Germany during World War 2 - and its name is forever associated with the Nazi plan to wipe out Europe's Jewish population. More than a million people, the vast majority of them Jews, were killed there Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews