BBC News - World
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Donald Trump's team seeks to allay negative views of their candidate overseas, as polling looms.
A person has died after being shoved in front of a moving subway train at Times Square station in New York City, police say.
The US is "deeply concerned" over the electoral process in Nicaragua after Ortega wins a third term.
Iraqi Kurdish forces fight their way into a town held by Islamic State militants north-east of Mosul.
A US mother of two from California missing for five days is believed to have been abducted.
South African opposition leader Julius Malema challenges apartheid-era law and repeats calls to occupy white land.
French women were urged to walk out of work at 16:37 local time to highlight the gender pay gap.
Could Mikheil Saakashvili further stir up Ukrainian politics after storming out of his job as Odessa governor, asks Tom Burridge.
More than half of the health facilities in Yemen are closed or partially functioning, the WHO says.
Barcelona's Brazil international footballer Neymar faces a fraud trial after judge overturns decision to dismiss charges.
India's government suspends a one-day ban on NDTV's Hindi channel amid widescale criticism of the move.
Nigeria police deploys 100 female officers to camps for displaced people, following reports of sexual abuse.
An earthquake measuring magnitude 5.0 shook central Oklahoma on Sunday, causing damage to buildings.
Ex-Georgia leader Mikheil Saakashvili quits as head of Ukraine's Odessa region, angry at corruption.
Only 8% of engineers in the UK are women. Why are efforts to get more girls to choose it as a career failing?
A crocodile, over 17 feet long, was captured in Matara, Sri Lanka. It was stuck in a canal leading off the Nilwala river.
The first woman to be US Attorney General, Janet Reno, has died in Miami, US media say.
Donald Trump says the FBI couldn't review 650,000 emails linked to Hillary Clinton in eight days - is he right?
A British labour rights campaigner flees Thailand and says there's too much pressure to work effectively there.
A pair of knickers, which once belonged to Eva Braun, have sold for nearly £3,000 at auction.