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Nahín, 17, left her home in Honduras with a migrant caravan headed for the US but turned back in Mexico.
George Weah, at one time named the world's best footballer, is marking a year in power in Liberia.
The planned release of Abu Bakar Ba'asyir on medical grounds is reviewed amid Australian unease.
Peppa Pig may be doing more for Brand Britain and soft power than many other British exports.
Jazz musician Musa Manzini was kept awake for part of his surgery to have a tumour removed.
Microgravity is ideal for making a range of materials, but will space manufacture ever be cost effective?
A warming climate shifts the distribution of the krill species eaten by whales and other predators.
Brandon Truaxe founded the beauty company best known for skincare brand The Ordinary in 2013.
Homeowner Alla Wagner has launched a "write a letter, win a house" competition for her Alberta home.
A train carrying 30 vintage T-34 tanks arrives outside Moscow after an epic journey from Laos.
Millions of ready meals were withdrawn from sale after they were found to contain horse, not beef.
Rescuers try to reach sailors as an explosion and fire on two ships in the Black Sea kills at least 10.
Climate change could make South Korea a banana producer.
As nominations day looms, we take a look at who and what could be the main talking points.
The suspects in the Novichok poisoning and their superiors are hit with EU sanctions.
At least 20 people are killed as militants detonate a car bomb in central Afghanistan, officials say.
Members of the National Guard are arrested for allegedly plotting a revolt against the president.
Filmmakers say the Supreme Court justice deserves to be "immortalised in Lego".
Kamala Harris, who previously served as an attorney general, says she is "very excited" about running.
Jacinda Ardern says it's tough juggling her roles but hearing her baby giggle can put things in perspective.