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The suspected meteor shook buildings when it raced through the sky in Lapland.
Reports say Turkey's president and founder were used to illustrate the enemy in the Nato exercise.
Civil rights activist says he began to notice symptoms three years ago but was only recently tested.
The phallic outline over an airbase in Washington State provoked mirth, but not everyone was amused.
Mayor Antonio Ledezma, who had been under house arrest since 2015, escapes to Colombia.
Where do world leaders go when they're cast out of power and need to find a safe haven fast?
Why political veterans like Robert Mugabe still command the respect and goodwill of their opponents.
A vessel with 44 crew on board has not made contact for 48 hours, the navy says.
Tensions are high in the aftermath of an election boycotted by the opposition.
A few small areas are now all that remain under the militants' control in the country.
A lorry accident involving 20 tonnes of meatballs closed a road in Sweden.
The BBC's Jenny Hill says failure to reach a deal could herald the end of Mrs Merkel's leadership.
Dutch-speaking nationalists in Belgium show solidarity with the exiled Catalan leaders.
Reports say a 16-year-girl told police the actor and his bodyguard assaulted her in the 1980s.
An Italian court says his ex-wife has enough money to support herself and does not need alimony.
Lawmakers have been trying to help firefighters put out the blaze in the capital, Yaoundé.
Tesla has shown off the long awaited Tesla Semi truck, but surprised many with its new Roadster sports car.
Zimbabwe's President Mugabe makes first public appearance since army takeover on Wednesday, at a graduation ceremony
Atlas, a humanoid robot developed by Boston Dynamics, is now able to perform backflips.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.