BBC News - World
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The murder case of a South Carolina officer who shot a fleeing black motorist ends in a mistrial.
French Socialist PM Manuel Valls announces he is standing in next year's presidential election.
The Bank of Canada have released the name of five women who could go on Canada's money. But will anyone recognise them?
Brazilian club Chapecoense, who lost 19 players and staff in an air crash en route to the Copa Sudamericana final, are awarded the trophy.
Italy's outgoing PM Matteo Renzi will resign after the 2017 budget is passed in coming days.
Jimmy Kimmel will host the 2017 Oscars ceremony, which will take place on 26 February.
A US father who left his toddler to die in a hot car has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Aleppo's tweeting girl Bana Alabed is safe, the BBC learns, after her account was deactivated.
US President-elect Donald Trump nominates ex-campaign rival Ben Carson for housing secretary.
Customers will be able to select items and walk out without waiting to pay at the Amazon Go shop.
An organised crime ring was giving out real US visas in Ghana's capital Accra for a decade - how did they get away with it for so long?
Germans are urged not to scapegoat migrants, as an Afghan youth is suspected of rape and murder.
US President-elect Donald Trump has attacked China on social media - how might Beijing respond?
The brother of slain Pakistani social media celebrity Qandeel Baloch is charged with murder.
A Gambian opposition leader who was serving a three-year prison term is released on bail.
A viral video which hides its real message in plain sight has clocked up millions of views.
Free meals, haircuts and even tombstones on offer if people convert dollars into lira.
A behind-the-scenes look at how phone calls get made between world leaders.
Police in Seattle arrest a suspect after a stolen BMW was tracked and the doors locked remotely.
Twelve fashion workers are reportedly jailed in Iran for "spreading prostitution" via online images.