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The Pope's comments on the war in Yemen could overshadow the first papal visit to the Arabian peninsula.
Rodrigo Cadete took part in the peace talks in Cuba but ultimately decided against laying down arms.
Seaweed is helping many women sustain their families in south India.
When Bernie was struck by motor neurone disease, a friend helped grant his lifelong wish.
Dozens of students were arrested for enrolling at a fake campus set up by US immigration officials.
The experiment saw 2,000 people paid €560 (£490) a month, instead of their unemployment benefit.
Rosamund Pike's film about Marie Colvin comes after a court blamed the Syrian regime for her death.
Georgia State Panthers players tell Newsbeat why they love football and what Colin Kaepernick means to them.
As US retail chains close, workers are asking why company bosses have made millions from their demise.
Robert Mueller could decide the fate of the Trump presidency. So who is the man behind the headlines?
Kim Bok-dong, who was forced into a brothel by Japan aged 14, refused to give up her fight for justice.
Days of talks in Sudan culminate in an agreement to end years of bloodshed, but the terms are unclear.
Thousands of demonstrators call for President Nicolás Maduro to go - but others turn out to support him.