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Malappa was one of the thousands of indebted Indian farmers who killed themselves last year.
The Oscars get down to business at last, and D-Day looms on Russian doping.
A new treaty between two of Europe's closest friends - but why now, and what's in it?
Most of the world's population lives near venomous snakes - but some are at greater risk than others.
A standoff over funding for the US president's promised border wall has led to a shutdown. What's going on?
On 20 January 2018 Taliban gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul that was popular with foreign guests - Vasileios Vasilieiou was one of them.
The operation targets the elite Quds force of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, Israel military says.
Royal Navy pilot Phil Richardson found the wreckage of his grandfather Ron's WW2 plane in Norway.
What is Davos and why do people go? Here are 10 handy facts about the annual gathering in Switzerland.
The gunmen, said to be from an al-Qaeda-linked group, tried to storm a UN camp in the north.
President Iván Duque joins the protests, called after a car bomb attack killed 20 police cadets.
Security forces fire tear gas at demonstrators calling for President Omar al-Bashir to resign.
Protesters have clashed with police in the Greek capital Athens over plans to rename neighbouring Macedonia.
After a deadly pipeline blast, a new policy designed to crackdown on fuel theft is drawing scrutiny.
Tony Mendez is best known for a daring rescue mission which inspired a film by Ben Affleck.
Tens of thousands rally in Athens to oppose ratification of a deal on the Macedonia name issue.
Israel and Chad renew diplomatic ties in Israel's latest move to strengthen links with Africa.
The president says they dismissed his plan to end a government shutdown before he even presented it.
At least 12 people reportedly died in protests sparked by a sharp rise in fuel prices.
Two people were killed and more than 20 injured in the blaze at Courchevel in France.