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Dutch windmill owners ask tourists to limit their numbers.
Shares in BAT and Imperial Brands tumble after reports suggest the US will ban menthol cigarettes.
The four hostages were not released along with the 76 students originally taken from their school.
Finland's PM suggests it was jammed deliberately in northern Finnish airspace during Nato exercises.
The US president was criticised for letting rain stop a memorial visit to honour US soldiers in France.
Officials say the victim became infected after being bitten by a cat in Morocco.
Canadian actor Douglas Rain voiced the chilling computer in the landmark sci-fi film.
Pilots are barred from drinking 12 hours before flying and pre-flight alcohol tests are mandatory.
Two crew members were able to eject and have been rescued by helicopter, the US Navy says.
A woman accused of hiding needles in strawberries may have wanted revenge, a court hears.
What began as a way to describe misinformation was quickly diverted into a propaganda tool. The BBC's Dave Lee examines how "fake news" went mainstream.
Six more bodies are found in the north of the state, taking the death toll to 31 with 200 missing.
Your Monday briefing on some of the most important stories coming up over the next seven days.
BBC research shows how a desire to reinforce national identity is pushing people to share fake news.
A BBC investigation has found that Russian media and officials presented false claims about a US-funded laboratory in neighbouring Georgia.
A death sentence for a young man selling cannabis oil prompts Malaysia to reflect on its drug laws.
Both the momentum for talks and the opportunity to engage with Pyongyang may be slipping away.
Torotoro National Park is a remote place in the Andes mountains that used to be home to lots of dinosaurs.
Palestinian officials say six people died in an exchange of fire near Khan Younis.
They gathered in Paris to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One.