A Belgian minister arrived by bike to a news conference to promote cycling on Tuesday, only to find it had been stolen when he left half an hour later.
Since 1990, daily worldwide child mortality rates have fallen by 17,000 - the equivalent of not having 27 major fatal plane crashes every day.
The US Senate is to block an Obama-era regulation, due to come into force in December, that would prevent 75,000 mentally ill people buying guns.
India has broken a world record by launching 104 satellites in a single mission. The previous record was 37, set by Russia in 2014.
Icelandic police have been stopping people for ‘driving under the influence of the Northern Lights’ – the drivers in swerving cars are not drunk but mesmerised.
The Bank of England is to keep making plastic banknotes using small amounts of animal fat because it would cost £80m to change back to paper.
In Apple’s new reality TV show, developers make 60-second ‘escalator pitches’ to a panel of celebrities including Gwyneth Paltrow. It’s called Planet of the Apps.