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Japan's PM says plans to relocate a US military base there must go ahead despite a vote against it.
As tensions mount over foreign intervention, Venezuelans tell the BBC's Katy Watson what the future holds for Nicolás Maduro.
A look at what happened, who won what and who said what at the Oscars 2019.
The ceremony saw Black Panther make history and a surprise win for Green Book.
Scientist Mike Chase says during a recent aerial wildlife survey he found the remains of 88 elephants at poaching hot spots in northern Botswana. The government denies the claims.
The president's remarks come after his secretary of state said North Korea is still a nuclear threat.
The British actress wins over Hollywood with a tearful speech, while Green Book is named best film.
An Australian newspaper's image of Serena Williams having a tantrum drew global criticism last year.
Lady Gaga, Olivia Colman and all the Hollywood stars on the red carpet for the 2019 Oscars
Sanctions block US companies doing business with Venezuela's state oil company.
A study confirms one of the last elephant sanctuaries in Africa has "a significant poaching problem".
How three college students set up popular restaurant chain Sweetgreen.
Defecting troops tell the BBC President Maduro's government may "lash out" at their loved ones.
What kind of achievement might have the US and North Korea singing their way home from Hanoi?
The director of Leaving Neverland speaks about interviewing Michael Jackson's alleged victims for his documentary.
The agency's chief says there are "opportunities" too, but UK telecoms cyber-security must improve.
Rob DePiazza's home was destroyed by Hurricane Irma, so he's reconstructing it with shipping containers.
The 21st Century gladiatrix who's bringing ancient Rome back to life.
President Donald Trump said "substantial progress" had been made in trade talks with Beijing.
The Duchess of Sussex's pregnancy was celebrated with a special ceremony at an educational charity.