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The English film you've never seen - but Germans watch it adoringly every New Year's Eve.
The way trainers are made and sold is allowing newcomers to break into the market.
The Venezuelan migration crisis is a major concern for South America and shows no sign of ending.
This Canadian man is being called the world's most extreme grandpa.
Why does the year begin in January?
Instagram photographer Kholoud Nassar wants to show us a different side of Gaza.
Italy's parliament approves a budget for 2019, amid complaints it was revised to placate the EU.
A Thai man has made it his life's mission to help people through their grief with animals.
Incoming President Jair Bolsonaro says he plans to sign a decree to allow more people to own guns.
New footage has emerged ahead of a report into the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
China and the US have imposed billions of dollars in tit-for-tat tariffs throughout 2018.
The airport is currently closed to flights, with a man who drove through a gate under arrest.
A list of 44 BBC reporters, including their personal data, was published online by Russian websites.
A media investigation using new footage alleges officials were underprepared for the Parkland attack.
A British Army officer has become the second person ever to trek unaided across Antarctica, after American Colin O'Brady completed the trip two days earlier.
High-power pumps arrive at a flooded "rat-hole" mine where 15 workers were trapped 16 days ago.
There are concerns over violence ahead of Sunday's vote in Africa's second-largest country.
Demonstrators allege black beachgoers were asked to leave the area by private security guards.
A panda takes frolicking to an art form - and some of the other stories you may have missed this week.
Abdullah Hassan's mother, a Yemeni national, fought a high-profile battle to see her dying son.