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Despite Israelis' love of Eurovision, many view Europe with distrust, says James Landale.
Photographer Barry Lewis discovered the colourful world of Miami Beach and documented its rejuvenation.
How technology and community support is keeping people with dementia in Japan safe.
Colombian farmers are piloting a way of raising cows that's better for the environment.
Narendra Modi and Donald Trump have used anti-immigration rhetoric to divide voters on national identity.
Two prostitutes who work on the streets of Freetown tell their stories.
Dwytt Lewis is one of the 400 Morehouse College graduates whose debt is being wiped by a US billionaire.
Researchers say global sea levels may rise by 2m by the end of this century, double the current predictions.
Eight are found guilty of attacking six black youths in an immigrant neighbourhood near Lisbon in 2015.
Doctors began removing Vincent Lambert's life support after an earlier ruling, but must now resume it.
Researchers used detailed images of the heart to look for signs of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
Donald McGahn told Robert Mueller that Mr Trump repeatedly tried to thwart his investigation.
Fans partied on the streets of Manchester as an open-top bus paraded through the city.
Thousands of North Korean women and girls are forced to work in China's sex trade, says a new report.
Ahmed Abiy's event at the Menelik palace was to raise funds for infrastructure in Addis Ababa.
The 21-storey Martin Tower, former headquarters of a US steel company, is demolished in Pennsylvania.
Who is the US philanthropist who paid off 400 students’ loans in a graduation speech this weekend?
The performance by Madonna, criticised by some, has popped up on her YouTube - and it sounds a bit different.
Force Ngwira is fighting the use of mosquito nets for fishing, which depletes stocks in Lake Malawi.
The Paris landmark has been evacuated and the police are on the scene.