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Three generations of women in Iran reflect on how the 1979 Islamic Revolution changed their lives.
A doubly historic moon mission is on the way, and the details of two scandals should be revealed.
Around half a million concrete domed bunkers were built in Albania - and many of them still exist today.
The BBC maps the challenges facing Nigeria as it approaches a presidential election 20 years after the end of military rule.
A handful of Asian countries allow parents to take legal action against their children who fail to support them.
More than half the population in Escobares, Texas, live below the poverty line.
Neither war nor the Islamic state has stopped Abu Malek driving his 1952 DeSoto Powermaster Classic car across Syria.
Ralph Northam vows to keep his spot as governor of Virginia in an interview with US media.
Members of Congress had targeted agreement by Monday to be sure of hitting Friday's deadline.
Amy Klobuchar, the first woman to represent her state in the US Senate, vows to end "chaos" in politics.
Prime Minister Victor Orban wants more babies to be born to avoid the need for immigration.
Scientists hope to discover one of the most famous ships in Antarctic exploration history this week.
Mahershala Ali on his Bafta and Oscar nominated role in Green Book.
Abdurehim Heyit, a Uighur musician, is said to have died in a camp after a crackdown on the minority.
Abdelaziz Bouteflika has rarely appeared in public since he suffered a stroke in 2013.
An electoral commission office in Plateau state is destroyed six days before the general election.
Spain's right-wing opposition says the Socialist government is giving in to separatist pressure.
Residents, more used to rain, joke that the city in the US Pacific Northwest faces #Snowmageddon.
Lindsey Vonn wins bronze in her final professional race in the downhill at the Alpine World Championships in Sweden.
The auction goes ahead after prosecutors seize dozens of paintings over accusations of forgery.