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The main suspect in the mosque massacre was familiar with Austria's far-right scene.
Some of the world's most famous landmarks are plunged into darkness to draw attention to climate change.
Mark Zuckerberg writes an open letter calling for new laws to monitor internet content.
The accused Christchurch mosque attacker says he is being deprived of prison rights, media say.
The Taliban say they tried to kill Gen Abdul Rashid Dostum, in an ambush in which a bodyguard died.
The pontiff is visiting Morocco, which has a small Catholic community, to promote inter-faith dialogue.
At least 32 people die as rains hit an area where drought forced many from their homes last year.
Details are emerging of the final moments of the flight, which crashed six minutes after take-off.
Six baby elephants who were stuck in steep muddy pit for two days are rescued by Thai park rangers.
Migrants forced to sleep outside as US border patrol says processing facilities are overwhelmed.
Mick Jagger's doctors have advised him not to travel.
The men have been accused of terrorist activity after seizing a tanker and sailing it to Malta.
The rallies on the border fence with Israel began a year ago and left at least 189 Palestinians dead.
Sheryl Sandberg promises to explore limits on who can live-stream video, following the NZ attacks.
Mexico's president said he would not be drawn into confrontation and the threats were down to politics.
If elected, political newcomer Zuzana Caputova will be Slovakia's first female president.
The BBC's Dan Johnson was expecting a hot, dry, sunny climate when he was posted to California. That's not how things worked out.
The judge said the celebration was not "compatible with the process of democratic reconstruction".
In Japan, time is marked by the reigns of emperors - and the country is about to start a new era.
Amid a court case about discrimination on the basis of a hairstyle, what's the state of Kenyan hair?