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A group of young men hopes to put Iraqi Kurdistan on the fashion map - and effect social change.
A team of experts is using DNA technology to identify victims of the Bosnian war of the 1990s.
The BBC's Rayhan Demytrie reports from a mass baptism ceremony in Tbilisi, Georgia.
The vet who left behind her home in England to care for Sri Lanka’s street dogs.
Yahya Jammeh quits after trying to cling to power, paving the way for his elected successor to return.
The new US President Donald Trump tells the CIA that it has his full support despite feuding with it.
More than half a million people demand to be heard a day after Donald Trump is elected.
They joined many other demonstrators who turned out for more than 600 rallies around the globe.
Ghana withstand intense second-half pressure to beat Mali 1-0 and reach the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals.
Yahya Jammeh led the country for 22 years but refused to accept defeat in December's election.
Jewellery worth €75m was stolen in 2005 in one of the world's biggest diamond robberies.
Rallies take place as part of global protests on the first full day of Donald Trump's presidency.
Four more people were rescued overnight from a hotel in Italy destroyed by an avalanche three days ago.
A day after his inauguration, women around the world march to protest at Donald Trump's election.
The French politician tells fellow far-right leaders 2017 will see a nationalist rebirth across Europe.
An executive order allows traditional bull-taming contests to resume, bypassing a Supreme Court ban.
Nice striker Mario Balotelli says he was racially abused by home supporters during Friday's Ligue 1 draw at Bastia.
Turkish MPs vote for a new draft constitution which would heavily increase the president's powers.
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.