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The UN calls the aftermath of Cyclone Idai in southern Africa a "massive disaster", with hundreds dead.
Bestselling author Alaa Al Aswany is alleged to have insulted the president, army and judiciary.
The Turkish leader's use of footage from the New Zealand shootings is vintage Erdogan, says Mark Lowen.
A massive search found the boy 21km from where his parents lost him in western Argentina.
The law would halt sales until vaping's health effects are fully evaluated by US regulators.
The Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games are set to revolutionise the way spectators experience sporting events - by introducing robots
The Dalit leader says she stepped aside for the good of a coalition formed to fight the ruling party.
Gunmen opened fire on a convoy carrying uranium to a nuclear power plant near Rio, police say.
New Zealand's PM tells the BBC that right-wing ideology must be confronted after the mosque attacks.
New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern has called for global action on extremism in an exclusive BBC interview.
A UN tribunal is to rule on the appeal of Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, who was found guilty of genocide.
It was broad daylight in Pasir Gudang, Malaysia, when up to 40 tonnes of waste slipped into the river.
The Hungarian leader has riled EU allies who are considering expelling his party from their bloc.
An arrest warrant is issued for former attorney general Thelma Aldana, who is running for president.
What Brexit, freedom of movement and citizenship mean to three people living in Berlin.
A widely-shared comic asks tough questions in the wake of Friday's attack in Christchurch.
Oleg Ivenko says he "talked" to Rudolf Nureyev as he played the superstar Russian dancer.
Chandrashekhar Azad has emerged as the newest political icon for India's 200 million Dalits.
The US and Brazilian presidents may be ideological soulmates, but this bromance faces a big test.