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The 1891 killing of 11 Italian-Americans is thought to be the largest US lynching ever recorded.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy played the president on TV - now exit polls have him winning the the first round.
Ali Haddad is a long-time backer of embattled President Bouteflika who is facing calls to step down.
Lewis Hamilton inherits victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix after an engine problem hits runaway leader Charles Leclerc's Ferrari.
Highlights of the pontiff's weekend visit to the overwhelmingly Muslim country.
The foreign minister calls an urgent meeting after three die and 50 are forced to leave their homes.
The BBC has the first broadcast interview with Hamza Parvez, an ex-police cadet turned extremist fighter.
The US president wants to cut aid to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras in order to stem migration.
The move comes a day after several Palestinians were killed in clashes with Israeli forces.
With the country in an economic slump, the vote is widely seen as a referendum on the president.
Pyongyang calls for an investigation and says it is watching rumours that the FBI played a role.
An investigator working for Jeff Bezos says Saudi Arabia accessed data on the Amazon boss's phone.
Petro Poroshenko is seeking re-election but the surprise front runner is comic Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
A film about Prime Minister Modi is facing criticism for mythologising him ahead of a national vote.
Brazil's Brumadinho dam disaster is having consequences in towns which are near similar dams.
Victor Willis, the pop group's former singer and songwriter, has overcome legal battles and rehab.
One school apparently shot teachers "execution style" with pellets as part of a rehearsal for the real thing.
A lawsuit claims reckless behaviour by storm chasers before a fatal crash. Is there a wider problem?
In Malawi, doctors say resistance to antibiotics is making their work increasingly difficult.
A judge says marking the 1964 coup does not amount to rewriting history or hiding the truth.