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Residents of the Libyan city of Sirte say they feel "abandoned" nearly two years after Islamic State fighters left.
India has published a list which strips about four million people in Assam of their citizenship.
The air raids on Hamburg saw a new level of destruction - and the start of a new phase of World War Two.
A group of European politicians declared the Cambodian election free and fair, despite international condemnation.
Many questions remain unanswered about the murder of three men shot dead in Central African Republic.
He says he was ridiculed by colleagues after DNA testing showed he has sub-Saharan African heritage.
Import tariffs the US is preparing on $200bn of goods from China may be higher than expected.
She had spent six weeks away on maternity leave after giving birth to her first child.
As thieves in Sweden steal the country's priceless crown jewels, we look at other high-profile robberies.
The US says the move is a response to Turkey’s failure to release jailed US pastor Andrew Brunson.
The eight-months pregnant Alberta woman said she was only offered a replacement coffee.
Bishop Merkorios is greeted by followers 27 years after the church split amid Menguistu's overthrow.
The president said his former campaign manager, now on trial, is being treated worse than Al Capone.
Musicians Booba and Kaaris are arrested after their altercation causes flight delays.
Fan Bingbing has reportedly not been seen in public for a month and has gone silent on social media.
Troops open fire in the capital Harare after opposition MDC Alliance supporters go on the rampage.
All 103 passengers survive a crash in the Mexican state of Durango, but 97 of those are injured.
All 103 passengers have survived a commercial aviation accident in Mexico, but how unusual is this?
A New Zealand store owner faces a trademark fight from local cereal Weet-bix.
About 90 people had to be treated for jellyfish stings in just three days at a single beach.