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In our series of letters from African journalists, Yousra Elbagir criticises the Sudanese government's failure to get to grips with a cholera pandemic.
Moscow's plan for mass demolition of old housing is causing much anguish, Sarah Rainsford writes.
A White House official says the president called for "unity in the region to fight extremism".
President Trump's latest foray into Twitter diplomacy is belied by the complex reality of Gulf politics.
In 1953, Americans Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were executed for spying for the USSR, leaving two young sons
One victim was a nurse from South Australia, her family said, while the other has not been named.
Survivors of America's worst mass shooting are using their experience to encourage others to donate blood.
The peacock strutted into the shop of its own volition but then failed to find its way out again.
Michelle Carter urged her boyfriend's death so she could play a "grieving girlfriend", a court hears.
Male students use an offensive acronym in a note about girls' attire in an Alberta school.
The taxi-hailing firm sacks more than 20 people after an ex-employee went public about her time at the firm.
Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani tells the BBC there is "no evidence" that Qatar is supporting radical Islamists.
The mother of a witness says her daughter was withdrawn socially after Bill Cosby's alleged attack.
The arms dealer known for his lavish lifestyle had been suffering from Parkinson's disease.
Medieval aqueducts help beat dry spells in the Indian state of Karnataka, as Sanjoy Majumder reports.