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Jason Langston talks about his experience of loss and how baby Calvin is in his thoughts every day.
The US president says good progress has already been made on the wall.
The New Year’s Eve disaster that brought down a block of flats and devastated families in Russia.
Some 50 villages with strange names are trying to convince the government to grant them a new ones.
Sam is part of an international community of teenagers getting rich from legally hacking websites.
Emotional robots, beer pods, flexible phones and 8K TVs are all part of our CES tech show preview.
Mr Trump's proposed border wall is at the heart of his row with Democrats over government spending.
Five teenage girls are killed while celebrating a friend's birthday at an escape room in Koszalin.
A rare warning from Apple and trade tensions are putting pressure on existing economic strains.
The US military is trying to verify if the man behind the 2000 ship bombing died in an air strike.
The number of people trying to enter the bloc illegally falls to a five-year low, an EU body says.
The two women who defied a religious ban to enter an Indian temple speak exclusively to the BBC.
They shared a video of one of them giving money to the life-size cutout of an officer in Sri Lanka.
A woman who defied a religious ban sparking two days of protests says she has 'no fear'.
Top lawmakers meet the president in a bid to resolve the wall dispute and reopen the US government.
The highly-decorated platoon leader plans to plead not guilty to the killing and other charges.
Lorries and two diggers are used to steal €2.3m in a highway robbery in southern Italy.
It is predicted to be the worst storm to hit southern Thailand in 30 years.
US network CBS says it has rejected a request by Egypt not to air an interview with its president.
US employers add 312,000 jobs in December, far more than expected.