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The man allegedly tasked with killing journalist Arkady Babchenko speaks exclusively to the BBC.
Yuwen Wu, who was in Beijing in 1972, reflects on a meeting with parallels to the Trump-Kim summit.
North Korean artists who once glorified Kim Jong-un speak out against his new public image.
Police make an arrest after one person is stabbed to death on a busy train between Tokyo and Osaka.
As the pair open a rift with President Trump, we take a look at the influential businessmen.
Sabrina Simader made history by becoming the first Kenyan woman to compete at the Winter Olympics.
How do you live in a conflict zone? The BBC finds six stories of hope in Balochistan.
How a landfill site poisoned a small town outside Moscow and sparked massive protests.
Most of us agree faeces belong in a toilet - so how do psychologists account for "phantom poopers"?
Some Belgian students are moving into a monastery to help with their exam revision.
Tech start-ups are developing ideas to help homeless people in cities across the United States.
Donald Trump leaves the summit in Canada in defiant mood after a tense two days.
The funds committed will go towards educating girls and women in conflict zones, Canada says.
More than 2,500 women stripped naked to break the world record for the largest skinny dip.
The UN said it was impossible to tell who was carrying out the attacks with so many militias around.
The US president is on his way to Singapore for an unprecedented meeting with North Korea's leader.
Jet2 said drinking alcohol illicitly contributed to the 'deplorable' behaviour on the flight to Ibiza.
World number one Simona Halep wins her first Grand Slam title by fighting back to beat Sloane Stephens in the French Open final.
Ali Bashar, who was arrested after returning home, reportedly admitted killing a German girl.
The actress played Sylvia Trench, one of 007's love interests in the first two official Bond films.