BBC News - World
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Dozens of Swarthmore College students have occupied a fraternity since Saturday over claims of abuse.
As Indonesian orangutans come into closer contact with humans, they are at increasing risk of capture.
Smartphone revenue falls at its steepest-ever rate, but the technology giant is upbeat on the future.
Emperor Naruhito formally takes up the Chrysanthemum throne a day after his father's abdication.
The BBC gives Beyond Meat's key product - its vegan burger - a try ahead of its stock market listing.
Mark Zuckerberg announced changes to Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook at a speech in San Francisco
A US sailor who lost his leg takes his first steps using a prosthetic limb after documenting his recovery.
Lebo Diseko reports as rain continues to hamper aid efforts in Mozambique in the wake of Cyclone Kenneth.
The move against the Middle East group would prompt wide-ranging sanctions.
The fiery crash left a trail of debris on a busy residential street as bystanders attempted to help.
Juan Guaidó has called on the military to support him in ousting President Nicolás Maduro.
As World War Two neared an end, Dutch Queen Wilhelmina was asked to help save Belgium's royal family.
Anger over feared privatisation of the education and health sectors spills over into street battles.
The list of animals used in espionage is longer than you might think.
Emperor Akihito is the first emperor to abdicate in over 200 years.
In a video published on Twitter, opposition leader Juan Guaidó appears speaking in front of uniformed men.
Teachers, students and doctors clash with police in Honduras during protests against planned reforms.
Mobile phone sales worldwide are declining but is our love affair with them over?
An elderly man who died near Taranto was beaten up repeatedly by a gang, prosecutors say.
The story of Wild Boars, who were trapped for more than two weeks, will be told by streaming giants.