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Up to 120,000 people risk starving to death amid the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria, the UN warns.
A beaver's been caught rifling through Christmas decorations at a dollar store outside Washington DC in America.
A US man who was streaming himself on Facebook Live is in hospital after crashing his car while driving at 100mph.
Donald Trump has embarked on a 'thank you tour' of the United States.
The leaders of four major global cities say they will stop the use of all diesel powered cars and trucks by the middle of the next decade.
The death toll from wildfires raging across the US state of Tennessee rises to 11.
Aliza, a student at Mueller Park Junior School in Utah, describes how a gun-wielding classmate was disarmed by his parents.
Chanel says it will leave a historic French perfume site if plans for a high-speed train line go ahead.
The pilot of a plane that crashed in Colombia had been warned he might not have enough fuel, reports say.
A 12-year-old Australian boy in remission from cancer is granted his request to "blow stuff up".
Californians express outrage over a decision to allow a well-known mountain lion to be hunted.
What's at stake in Sunday's Italian referendum? James Reynolds hopped on a scooter to find out.
The brain disorder Parkinson's disease may actually start with bacteria living in the gut, according to scientists.
Caleb Mutombo was born severely disabled and weighs less than 40kg but is a successful bodybuilder in South Africa.
Gulnara Karimova, daughter of the late Uzbek president, has been out of the public view since 2014.
Could Park Geun-hye become the first South Korean president to be removed from office?
The BBC travels to Nepal to ask if life as a 'living goddess' demeans or empowers girls.
Women's sexuality is a little-studied area of science and new research is revealing that much of what we thought we knew was wrong.
Nelson Mandela's granddaughter speaks about how she has turned her life around and wishes her grandfather could see her now.
As winter approaches, the struggle Native American protesters face is growing harder by the day.