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Four Canadian pensioners say the secret to a happy retirement is good roommates.
Fifteen-year-old qualifier Cori Gauff beats five-time champion Venus Williams in a stunning first-round upset at Wimbledon.
Activists had earlier stormed and ransacked the legislature following a mass demonstration.
Activists say the allegations against Biodun Fatoyinbo have triggered Nigeria's #MeToo movement.
BBC journalist Danny Vincent reports from inside parliament after protesters broke into the Legislative Council.
Renewed hopes of a US-China trade deal see investors sell gold, while US stocks hit a fresh record.
Critics say it is about erasing the contribution of ethnic Tutsis and replacing them with Hutus.
The reality star and designer does a U-turn following accusations of cultural appropriation.
A young fox has walked from Norway's Arctic islands to Canada in just 76 days.
The move, in response to US sanctions, is the most serious challenge by Iran to the nuclear deal.
The release of the six men comes after Turkey warns it could use force against their captors.
A new species of bee fly discovered in Western Australia is named after the Game of Thrones villain.
Officials say the missile was apparently launched during suspected Israeli air strikes on Syria.
President Bukele says his government has to fix the issues that force people to try to reach the US.
The five ships are the first to hunt whales for profit in Japanese waters in more than 30 years.
Two policemen have also been suspended for failing to provide protection to the wildlife officer.
Syrian state media say Israeli warplanes have targeted military bases near Damascus and Homs.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion talks to the BBC about motivation, motherhood and recovery.
Five ships will hunt up to 227 whales for profit, ending a three-decade pause despite criticism.
The light aircraft veered into a hangar shortly after take-off at an airport near Dallas.