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State TV and Russian social media users react to poisoning with alternative takes and scenarios.
Up to 50,000 people are said to have fled parallel advances by Turkish and Syrian government forces.
He shot to fame after his picture appeared on a fake story alleging he had married a snake.
Protesters clash with police after the death of a Senegalese man who they say was chased by officers.
Both the UK and Malaysia faced nerve agent attacks on their soil, but they responded very differently.
There is speculation the visit is part of preparations for a recently announced US-North Korea summit.
Rescuers are now at the scene, the US army says, amid reports that seven US soldiers were on board.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Vanessa Trump is reportedly seeking an uncontested divorce from Donald Trump Jr in New York's court.
The town of Karabash used to be at the heart of the Russian copper industry but has fallen on hard times.
Meet the people who are taking matters into their own hands.
Seven-year-old Rouaa has lived most of her life in a refugee camp and dreams of a better life.
Why one disabled BBC journalist has found the reporting of Stephen Hawking's death troubling.
Former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe calls on his country to "undo" his fall from power.
The government wanted migrants to accept money and a plane ticket to leave voluntarily or face jail.
A plan to open the nation's first safe consumption sites for drug use has split Seattle residents - here's what both sides have to say.
Do you know your Nad Tatrou sa blýska from your Zdravljica, your slovenčina from your slovenščina?
A witness says she heard "terrifying" screams from cars crushed beneath the fallen structure.
The BBC's Gordon Corera considers the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury.
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