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President Trump tweets that US will recognise Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights, seized from Syria in 1967 war
What does the Maori haka dance mean, and how is it linked to mourning the Christchurch victims?
The university continues to profit off of photos that belong to descendants of slaves, a lawsuit claims.
Two men were lured to a police station by a man whose car they were trying to steal north of Paris.
Michel Temer has been arrested as part of a wide-ranging corruption investigation, local media say.
Most of those on board the vessel that sank in a tourist area near Mosul could not swim, reports say.
Some consumers had complained about unwanted side-effects, prompting the authorities to investigate.
Eight tanks at the chemical plant caught fire earlier this week.
Another 30 people are injured in the explosion at a fertiliser-making facility in Yancheng.
His sixth album The Blueprint is the first hip hop album of the 21st Century added to the archive.
Intelligence agents have raided the house of the opposition leader's chief of staff, legislators say.
Dudes, it's been 28 years since we last saw the duo on the big screen but now they're back.
The embattled singer surrendered his passport last month and faces 10 charges of sexual abuse.
The move is aimed at restarting stalled peace talks after months of anti-government protests.
The anti-immigration Forum for Democracy looks set to be the second biggest party in the upper house.
There is a lack of evidence for the cut-off point adopted by athletics chiefs, a BMJ editorial says.
New Zealand will ban all types of semi-automatic weapons used in the Christchurch attacks.
The remains of mountaineers who died on the world's highest peak are being exposed as its ice melts.
Maryam Gul says she has forgiven the man who killed her parents and brother in the Christchurch mosque attacks.
A recent power cut caused major water shortages, but for many Venezuelans, dry taps are nothing new.
New Zealand will ban all types of semi-automatic weapons used in Christchurch attacks, says PM Jacinda Ardern
The BBC's Fergal Keane went to Mozambique to assess the devastation caused by Cyclone Idai.
Patrick Shanahan is accused of frequently praising Boeing in meetings about government contracts.
Fishermen initially mistook the flat fish's unusual appearance for a piece of driftwood.
Aid workers say thousands in Mozambique are still awaiting rescue from catastrophic flooding.
On Thursday, millions of people will celebrate Persian New Year, also known as Nowruz. Here's how.
Beaches on the Indonesian island of Sumatra are covered in plastic - and some of it is being dumped there by local businesses.
Kenya's Lake Victoria fishermen are struggling to compete with cheap Chinese fish imports.
Russian officials are facing appeals from hundreds of families to bring back IS wives and children.
Italy is ready to let Chinese money build its infrastructure - but its allies remain sceptical.
The NZ prime minister has been held up as an example of good leadership after the Christchurch attack.
It's the first election since the coup of 2014 and seven million young people are voting for the first time.
A man called for help after spotting a few snakes. When the professionals arrived, they found a lot more.
"Not my kind of guy," the president says of the late Republican senator in his latest attack on him.
Dramatic bodycam video shows police officers catching them from a third floor apartment in the American state of Iowa.
The kidnap follows the abduction of a top football club coach on Tuesday.
The Dutch man examined victims of major disasters like the 2015 Germanwings air crash.
We spoke to families with quintuplets and sextuplets to find out what it's like to raise multiple babies at once.
The US President says tariffs on goods could stay for longer to make sure China 'lives by the deal'.
President Trump said it highlights how much territory the Islamic State group has lost since his election.
A Russian brewery is under fire for its sado-masochistic bottle label.
Nathan Smith says he doesn't know how he survived the Al Noor mosque attack in Christchurch.
The memorial that preserves the death camp site urges people to avoid disrespectful photos.
Police helped children escape through smashed windows as the suspect set the bus alight.
Australians question whether the tone of racial rhetoric spurred the man accused of the Christchurch attacks.
Three Texas prisoners win a nearly seven-year lawsuit to grow their hair long for religious beliefs.
Four men allegedly filmed 1,600 guests in 30 South Korean hotels and sold the footage online.
A tribunal rejects the Bosnian Serb ex-leader's appeal and increases his jail term for genocide.
The online abuse of Australian rules footballer Tayla Harris is "abhorrent and disgusting" say leading pundits of the game.
Amnesty International says it recorded 14 recent deaths - the US says its targets are "terrorists".
Astana becomes Nursultan just one day after Nursultan Nazarbayev's surprise resignation.
Mainly celebrated in India and Nepal, Holi marks the beginning of spring.
The UN calls the aftermath of Cyclone Idai in southern Africa a "massive disaster", with hundreds dead.
Bestselling author Alaa Al Aswany is alleged to have insulted the president, army and judiciary.
The Turkish leader's use of footage from the New Zealand shootings is vintage Erdogan, says Mark Lowen.
The search engine has been fined for blocking rival online search advertisers.
A massive search found the boy 21km from where his parents lost him in western Argentina.
The law would halt sales until vaping's health effects are fully evaluated by US regulators.
The Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games are set to revolutionise the way spectators experience sporting events - by introducing robots
One of India's most popular politicians, she was expected to play kingmaker in case of a coalition.
Gunmen opened fire on a convoy carrying uranium to a nuclear power plant near Rio, police say.
New Zealand's PM tells the BBC that right-wing ideology must be confronted after the mosque attacks.
New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern has called for global action on extremism in an exclusive BBC interview.
A UN tribunal is to rule on the appeal of Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, who was found guilty of genocide.
It was broad daylight in Pasir Gudang, Malaysia, when up to 40 tonnes of waste slipped into the river.
The Hungarian leader has riled EU allies who are considering expelling his party from their bloc.
An arrest warrant is issued for former attorney general Thelma Aldana, who is running for president.
What Brexit, freedom of movement and citizenship mean to three people living in Berlin.
A widely-shared comic asks tough questions in the wake of Friday's attack in Christchurch.
Oleg Ivenko says he "talked" to Rudolf Nureyev as he played the superstar Russian dancer.