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Bosnia's young lugers are helping to restore an old Winter Olympic run in the mountains above Sarajevo.
Soldiers are sent to help Rio police after heavily-armed drug gangs fought over its biggest favela.
Shanu Babar loves train journeys so much that he began documenting his. Soon, others joined him.
Despite the gradual defeat of IS, Iraq's minorities fear for their future, says Yolande Knell.
The Catalan referendum places some uncertainty over the future of Spain's prestigious football club.
A number of Rohingya activists have had their social media accounts curtailed during the recent conflict in Myanmar.
The new Apple's iOS has Persian keyboard. BBC Persian's Sam Farzaneh discusses why it is an important feature.
Russia's foreign minister says Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are acting like fighting schoolchildren.
A cinematographer for an Oscar-winning film about Syria says the topic was overlooked at the UN.
Canada says it "will not stand by silently" as it targets 40 senior Venezuelan officials.
Despite a recent surge by Labour, incumbent Bill English has a slight lead in opinion polls.
The beauty pageant's organisers say they discovered the "unacceptable" tweet after the ceremony.
The senator says he "cannot in good conscience" approve the plan, which is backed by President Trump.
A dam has failed and caused "extremely dangerous" flooding in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico.
About 10,000 people are evacuated amid fears an eruption on the Indonesian island could be imminent.
A statue to Russia's creator of the famed AK-47 rifle is to be changed as it shows the wrong weapon.
Protesters drown out a speech to university students in Washington by ex-FBI director James Comey.
The inspector general will focus on Mr Price's private plane trips and "may encompass other issues".
A picture of the Star Wars character sitting beside the late King Faisal is mistakenly included.
Professor wins praise on social media for bringing his mother, who has Alzheimer's, to his lectures.