BBC News BBC News BBC News US agrees deal to free detained Huawei boss Chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou has been detained in Canada over US fraud charges since 2018. Elon Musk says he and Grimes are semi-separated The SpaceX founder said that their work had seen them spending significant amounts of time apart. Money doesn't buy happiness at plush NYC building A posh building on NYC's Billionaire Row has been facing a series of serious woes. Executions to return, says senior Taliban official Extreme punishments like executions and amputations will resume in Afghanistan, says the Taliban's head of prisons. Firefighters retreat as La Palma volcano intensifies Hundreds of homes have been destroyed and thousands displaced since the volcano erupted on Sunday. Harry Potter's Tom Felton collapses at golf event The actor, 34, is carried off a golf course after collapsing during a celebrity match in the US. Biden: 'People will pay' for horseback charge Images of US border agents charging at migrants have sparked outrage among many US lawmakers. China declares all Bitcoin transactions illegal Trading Bitcoin and other crypto-currenices is a criminal activity, China's central bank says. Delhi's most-wanted mobster shot dead in court Two men dressed as lawyers opened fire in court on a man police detained on charges of murder and extortion. Kim's sister says N Korea could be open to talks Kim Yo-jong was responding to a renewed call from the South to officially declare an end to the Korean War.