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Henrik Olsson Lilja is reportedly shot in the head and chest, leaving him in a serious condition.
Kenyan couple Shiko and Rama delivered their baby on their own - then posted it on YouTube.
China says its Confucius Institute is for language and culture, but critics say it has other aims.
The UK volcanologist John Murray has painstakingly measured Mt Etna for half a century.
France has announced measures to tackle violence, but how does it compare with the rest of Europe?
He's a Jewish billionaire philanthropist who has given away $32bn. Why does the hard right fear him?
Mugabe is a hero to some, but his legacy has been tainted by oppression and economic collapse.
Peru's president says "goodwill alone is not enough anymore," as a regional agreement is reached.
India's space agency lost contact with Chandrayaan-2 shortly before the craft was expected to land.
Videos that are old or from other countries are going viral, misrepresenting events in South Africa.
Former South Africa international and 1995 World Cup winner Chester Williams has died at the age of 49.
India aims to become the first country to make a soft landing on the Moon's south pole.
There is concern for people who stayed on Ocracoke island as hundreds remain missing in the Bahamas.
A new law to avoid a no-deal exit has passed the House of Lords - but is no deal still possible?
The foreign minister says the number of arrivals on the US border has fallen by 56% since May.
Canan Kaftanciouglu is the Istanbul head of the main opposition CHP party that now runs the city.
Lam Wing Kee, who publicly defied China, raised the money in a single day after moving to Taiwan.
Thousands use social media to call for their country to be banned from global competitions.
US state officials will investigate whether Facebook "stifled competition and put users at risk".
Police say a masked man attacked Russia's top election official Ella Pamfilova before local polls.