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The United Nations says the rule of law is "virtually absent" in the crisis-wracked country.
The country has a no tolerance policy on drugs - it's not clear how the plants got there.
The site will let video-makers charge fans a monthly fee for exclusive content.
Kate Spade's father, "heartbroken" over her death, dies a day before the designer is laid to rest.
"He left us a final gift," the rapper's mother says, days after his murder in Florida.
The eurozone agrees a long-awaited deal, which pushes back the repayment schedule for Greece's debt.
The women were performing a street play to raise awareness on human trafficking when they were abducted.
Police apologise for a picture of a lynched man being dragged by a mob with three officers present.
Aman Aburrahman was convicted of masterminding an attack in Jakarta that left four civilians dead.
The Conners features many of the original cast, after ABC dropped Roseanne Barr over a racist tweet.
The European planemaker says no-deal Brexit would force it to reconsider its investments in the UK.
Italy claims the two boats, carrying hundreds of migrants, are "illegally" flying the Dutch flag.
The European Union has gone ahead with retaliatory duties against $2.8bn worth of US-made products.
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Three people tell their stories about coming to the UK on the Windrush.
The US grapples with the issue of accommodation for migrant children, as Melania Trump visits Texas.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
In India's desert state of Rajasthan, rural women are training as solar entrepreneurs, to bring power to those living off grid.
A new system of government was approved in a controversial referendum last year.
Asia, a widow in Pakistan, is broke gender stereotypes by becoming female bus driver.