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US golfer Arnold Palmer, widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the sport's history, has died at the age of 87.
As the Cites conference on endangered species meets in Johannesburg, Matt McGrath travelled to Zambia to hear the voices of people with first-hand experience of conflicts between humans and wildlife.
A Catholic priest kidnapped in Mexico has been found shot dead, the third cleric to be murdered in the country in a week.
Once heading for the status of ghost town, Riace is now growing as migrants have moved into abandoned homes.
Despite the growing intolerance Copts face in Egypt, they are finding great success in the country's recycling business.
Two years have passed since 43 students went missing on their way to a protest in the town of Iguala but anger still burns, the BBC's Katy Watson reports
The hugely popular Priya Shakti, a raped comic "super hero", returns in a new role to liberate acid attack survivors, writes the BBC's Geeta Pandey in Delhi.
A conference in South Africa could make the trade in pangolin illegal.
The first Trump-Clinton debate takes place on Monday night - this is why it matters, and what you need to look out for.
Bosnian Serbs vote overwhelmingly to maintain 9 January as a national holiday in defiance of Bosnia's highest court.
Jose Fernandez, a pitcher for the Miami Marlins baseball team, dies along with two others in a boat crash aged 24.
Hungarian police search for a suspect who set off a homemade bomb in the capital Budapest on Saturday night, injuring two police officers.
The US ambassador to the UN accuses Russia of "barbarism" over the bombing of the Syrian city of Aleppo.
Swiss voters give overwhelming approval to new surveillance powers for the country's intelligence agencies.
Speedy sausage dogs have been entertaining crowds at at Melbourne's annual Dachshund Race.
A Jordanian writer charged with offending Islam after sharing a satirical cartoon on his Facebook page is killed in the capital Amman.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson suggests that Russia may have committed a war crime in Syria, if it was behind an attack on an aid convoy near Aleppo.
Elephant populations in Africa have declined by around 111,000 over the past ten years according to a new study presented at the Cites meeting in South Africa.
The world's largest radio telescope has received its first signals from space and is now entering an intensive testing phase.
Forty years on from their first jam in a Dublin kitchen, friends of U2 tell how the band rose to the top of the rock hierarchy.