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Navy chiefs give the first details of the ARA San Juan which has been found a year after disappearing.
The toll from the Camp Fire in California has risen to 71 with more than 1,000 people reported missing.
The CIA believes the Saudi crown prince ordered the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, reports say.
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The couple have both referenced marriage on Instagram, just months after getting engaged.
The joint base on Manus Island is seen as a move to curb China's growing regional influence.
Prince Harry says there is too much stigma surrounding the 'quick, simple' HIV test.
A homeless man who tried to stop a knife-wielding attacker is suspected of burglary and theft.
The ARA San Juan disappeared in the Atlantic Ocean with 44 on board almost a year ago to the day.
The Chinese leader's comments can be seen as a veiled swipe at Donald Trump's America First policies.
The CIA believes the Saudi crown prince was behind the journalist's murder, US media reports say.
Another eight bodies have also been found, bringing the death toll in the Camp Fire to 71.
Some imams in Kurdistan have officially banned a hugely popular video game – but others are hitting back.
When Nessa Wrafter suffered after the birth of her child, she decided to make a film about her experience.
Aldyr Schlee won a competition to replace Brazil's white kit after defeat in the 1950 World Cup.
The Jamaican government has deployed the army to patrol some streets and residents are welcoming it.
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The BBC spoke to two writers with differing views on the Sabarimala temple's rule that bars women.
Austria's capital has long been a hotbed of espionage, and it continues up to the present day.
Drivers plan to disrupt traffic across France on Saturday in a mass protest at rising fuel prices.