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The Asaro mud men from Papua New Guinea's eastern highlands are known for their ghoulish clay masks - now four of them are "artists in residence" at Sydney's Australian Museum.
The leader of Spain's opposition Socialists, Pedro Sanchez, steps down after losing a crucial party vote over joining a coalition government.
The 45th Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is taking place, with more than 500 hot air balloons expected to join.
Fresh eruptions from the Colima volcano in western Mexico force hundreds of people to evacuate.
An air raid on the rebel-held eastern half of the Syrian city of Aleppo has hit the area's largest hospital for the second time in a matter of days, a medical charity says.
The Pope says Mass in a largely empty stadium on a visit to Georgia after the majority Orthodox Christian Church asks followers to stay away.
A tax evasion amnesty in India prompts tens of thousands of people to declare more than $9.5bn in undeclared income and assets.
South Korea's president urges North Koreans to defect, just days after a soldier from the North defected across the heavily policed Demilitarized Zone.
Seven species of yellow-faced bee native to Hawaii are the first bees to be added to the US list of endangered species.
Some Orthodox priests have been protesting at a visit by Pope Francis to Georgia, where the pontiff has been celebrating Mass.
The 37-year-old denies murdering Joshua Shutter with a sword at their home in January 2015.
Russia's increasing military action in Syria is forcing moderate elements within the opposition into the hands of extremists, the US state department says.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge take part in a fishing trip and a canoe trip to Haida Gwaii during their trip to Canada.
Communities nearby were evacuated as Mexico's Colima volcano became more active.
Arab nations join forces with African countries in a bid to suppress the illegal live trade in cheetahs, with a special focus on social media.