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The president's pledge to repeal Obamacare passes first hurdle by a squeak but now goes to Senate.
Across the street from the US Capitol protesters yell at lawmakers who passed an Obamacare repeal bill.
The star delights staff at a Canadian sandwich shop after it offers him a free meal.
Bad weather hampers the rescue of an Argentine climber stuck after earthquakes and avalanches.
Lucie Myslikova, 16, tells the BBC she was "not afraid" and urges others to confront extremists.
It was a well-meaning campaign to address bullying, but it ended in a passionate row over "tolerance".
Munitions are made at three sites closed off to OPCW inspectors, a Western intelligence agency says.
Major powers sign a plan to create non-violence zones, but Syrian rebels walk out of the ceremony.
A teenager in Mexico invents a bra to detect breast cancer. But does it work? And if so, how?
Open wounds and signs of malnutrition are found when a charity inspects a state institution.
Scientists speculate that female may soon have cubs.
Love for Leia, the real Darth Vader and the Australian-Galactic Twitter debate
Several explosions were reported in the factory near the capital, Madrid, officials say.
Germany suspects that Swiss intelligence used a ministry mole to help protect banking secrecy.
An Australian MP has told BBC 5 live how he knocked himself unconscious while laughing at TV comedy series Veep.
Following rumours about Leopoldo Lopez being taken ill, a government official shows a video of him.
People in Beijing describe how air pollution is affecting their health
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen each say they "exposed" their rival during a quarrelsome TV clash.
Youngest government minister shot dead after being mistaken for a militant Islamist, officials say.
The leader of Afghanistan's second-largest militant group agreed last year to abandon violence.