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Five years after Akhilesh Yadav led his Samajwadi Party to a spectacular win, can he do an encore?
Maryam Sharif is tipped to follow her father into politics but could the Panama leaks derail her?
Senior US officials say Washington will work with Moscow, but only in certain policy areas.
The president says the media is distorting the truth about his achievements, amid criticism about his first month.
President Donald Trump has made a dig at the BBC in a sharp exchange during a heated White House press conference.
Mark Zuckerberg talks to the BBC about globalisation, fake news, and a new Facebook manifesto.
Disney cut ties with the YouTube star over allegations his videos contained Nazi references.
A car bomb at a used car market in Bayaa in southern Baghdad kills at least 48 people.
Assassination is one of the oldest tools in the book - and there are many ways to do it.
Organisers of the Tokyo Games come up with a novel way to make the prizes more sustainable.
The politicians say they are worried about potentially classified information being published.
A military helicopter pilot gets some help from a lorry driver after losing his bearings during a training exercise in Kazakhstan.
A car bomb in southern Baghdad kills at least 48 people - the third such blast in three days.
Is it right to discuss Donald Trump's mental health? Professionals are divided.
As New York Fashion Week draws to a close, here are some highlights from the catwalk.
The dead bird is found near a car park in the south-western German city of Mannheim.
UN head Antonio Guterres says there is 'no alternative' to the long-held US goal for peace.
Fifa president Gianni Infantino says he is "not at all concerned" about the threat of hooliganism at next year's World Cup in Russia.
Huge wildfires on the edge of the New Zealand city have left one dead and destroyed several homes.
Eight women and a child are reported to have died in an overnight air strike on Yemen's capital.