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Animal rights activists caught in social media cross-fire regarding banned bull-taming tradition.
The survivors were rescued after two days in freezing conditions, but some 15 people remain missing.
Donald Trump targets Obamacare and swears in top security staff in his first hours as president.
Australia says it will seek better access for businesses before reaching post-Brexit UK trade deal.
Supporters of new US President Donald Trump give their views on his inauguration speech.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
When Islamic State seized control of his hometown and began killing his police colleagues, Iraqi officer Abu Alawi resorted to unconventional measures to stay alive.
Two metal detector enthusiasts found a huge hoard of Celtic treasure, reports Robert Hall.
One teacher saved many pupils by dragging them from the burning bus, one official says.
From his bank balance to his lack of pets - here's how Donald Trump is making presidential history.
Army helicopters are evacuating the injured after a Taliban bombing at a marketplace in Parachinar
Four were pulled from the snow overnight, bringing the total number rescued to nine.
We asked Africans to tell us their thoughts on the inauguration of US President Trump and how his presidency might effect Africa.
Some of President Donald Trump's youngest fans explain what they like about the 45th US president.
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have the first dance at the inaugural ball.
The Ecuadorian is suspecting of running off with gold flakes valued at about $1.6m (£1.2m).
Violent protests broke out in Washington DC as President Donald Trump was sworn in as president.
Rescue workers cheer as they pulled the first survivors from the buried ruins of the Italian hotel.
Those closely affected by the Chapecoense tragedy speak to the BBC on the eve of the club's first match since the fatal plane crash.
The Belgian creators of a play, Us/Them, which relives the Beslan killings through the eyes of two children, say recent attacks have brought the story closer to home.