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The second day of the government's assault on the IS stronghold begins with artillery fire.
The mystery over Kim Jong-nam's killing has intensified tensions between Malaysia and North Korea.
The Iranian Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, has called on the United States to stop threatening Iran.
The Principality of Hutt River in Western Australia draws curious tourists and just crowned a new "prince".
But Lenin Moreno may not have enough votes to avoid a run-off ballot, partial results show.
There have been many such agreements in the past and the omens for peace are not good.
The red phone, which has the Nazi leader's name engraved on it, was sold to an anonymous bidder.
In a divided America, two groups at the extreme ends of the political spectrum are doing battle online, and on the streets.
Rebel groups that supported recent peace moves warn they will respond to shelling.
Chum Mey was one of the few people who left Cambodia's notorious Tuol Sleng torture prison alive.
Sweden sought clarification after he referred to a security incident there which did not happen.
Bela Bhatia is the latest in a series of activists, lawyers and journalists who have come under pressure to leave.
Indonesian Sri Rahayu was forced to live under the control of so-called Islamic State.
Catherine Gazzoli is producing a range of organic baby food influenced by her Italian roots.
The sequel to 2001's ocean series is due to be shown later this year on BBC One.
Kraft Heinz "amicably" agrees to withdraw plans to buy Anglo-Dutch giant Unilever.
He was winched to safety almost five hours later in a complicated rescue in dense bushland.
The actress spoke to the BBC ahead of the release of her new film, First They Killed My Father.
Angelina Jolie on her new film - based on the genocide in Cambodia - politics and her family.
Animal rights activists were due to hold an anti-bullfighting march close to where the blast happened.