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On the 80th anniversary of the Nazi Kristallnacht, the French PM details a 69% increase in offences.
A man who survived the deadliest mass shooting in recent US history was killed in Wednesday's attack.
Emmanuel Macron invited BBC Essex presenter Dave Monk to France after hearing about his grandfather.
Environmentalists celebrate as the Keystone XL oil Pipeline from Canada to the US is blocked.
A stack of crypto-currency mining machines was found after teachers complained about excessive noise.
One person is dead and an alleged attacker is critical after an incident in Melbourne, Australia.
A BTS member has caused controversy in Japan after wearing a shirt depicting an atomic bomb.
Imelda Marcos, wife of late Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos, earned notoriety for her shoe collection.
Victor Mallet's Hong Kong work visa was not renewed in October, and he is now barred from entering.
Netflix and Warner Brothers face a $50 million (£38m) lawsuit over a statue of goat deity Baphomet.
The 15-month-old girls from Bhutan may share more than one organ, Australian surgeons say.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Some popular ways Indians try to beat air pollution - but do they really work?
Hauwa Ojeifo set up a mental health helpline for women after suffering from depression herself.
Six members of one family died in an arson attack during clashes in Nicaragua.
Nearly half of countries are producing too few babies to maintain their populations, say researchers.
Microplastics have swamped our ecosystem. Can tech help prevent them entering our water systems?
Can people in today's Germany mourn their dead without whitewashing their country's past?
As Northern California's hillside burns, some residents have even been forced to flee the blaze on foot.
Illegal migrants entering from Mexico will be ineligible for asylum in the US, a statement says.