BBC News - World
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A US regiment of musicians called the Harlem Hellfighters helped the French discover the joys of jazz.
Clicking on an app allows Los Angeles cannabis users to order supplies which are delivered to their door.
Douglas Braga looked set to have a promising career as a footballer in Brazil - so why did he not?
Abdul Alim, who used to work in a mine in which 15 men are now trapped, quit just days before the accident.
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has introduced dramatic reforms but still faces ethnic divisions.
When Jessica Share bought sperm from an anonymous man to start a family, she never imagined she would ever meet the donor, never mind fall in love.
The Dutch company offering an an alternative form of stress relief.
Bucky Bailey was born with facial deformities and is worried that his unborn baby will share the same fate.
BBC World Service economics correspondent Andrew Walker looks at what 2019 has in store for the global economy.
Writer and comedian Bob Einstein, best known for Super Dave and Curb Your Enthusiasm, dies at 76.
Apple boss Tim Cook says the firm 'did not foresee the magnitude of economic deceleration' in China.
An Iranian and a Briton are arrested on suspicion of arranging "movement of migrants" across the Channel.
National parks have become health hazards, museums are shuttered and thousands are working without pay.
US President Donald Trump reacts to senior fellow Republican Mitt Romney's stinging personal attack.
Two Indian women made history by walking into a temple that for centuries had banned women of menstruating age.
World champion Michael van Gerwen discusses the reaction to his triumph, his future targets and the 'price of selfies'.
The first detailed picture from Tuesday's historic flyby in the outer Solar System is released.
South Africa's Jacob Zuma is recording an album of protest songs, to be paid for with public money.
The urns fell off a ship before a planned funeral at sea.
Three migrant fishermen saved Greeks fleeing the wildfire that killed dozens near Athens last July.