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How widespread is CTE, the disease found in dead former NFL player Aaron Hernandez?
Entry to the Zeitz Mocaa in Cape Town is free at certain times for anyone with an African passport.
The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan talks to families searching for loved ones as rescue efforts continue.
Protesters have condemned France's new labour laws, but they are a key part of the president's plans.
The San Ysidro border crossing is closing for the weekend to enable construction work to go ahead.
The storm remains a dangerous category 3, as Puerto Rico counts the costs of its devastation.
The bodies of Orouba and Halla Barakat were found in their flat in Istanbul, Turkish police say.
The usual treatments are failing 60% of the time in some regions of Cambodia, scientists say.
A British helicopter lifted a woman and two children from a vessel to safety as Hurricane Maria hit the Caribbean.
The Mexican Navy apologised on Thursday for conflicting reports about survivors.
Violence erupts at a New York hotel as protesters heckle Turkey's leader with chants of "terrorist".
Doubts surround a Pacific island campaign for a statue of pilot Amelia Earhart.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa and of Africans this week.
Pyongyang threatens a nuclear test in the Pacific - how real is this threat and what would it mean?
The 14th Century term has never been so popular after North Korea's leader used it to insult Trump.
North Korea's leader says the president's threats have convinced him developing weapons is "correct".
A politician said asking students to wear a dress for charity was "absurd" but it caused a donations surge.
It's highly controversial, but these Kurds are adamant they will vote for their own state on Monday.
Rescuers are frantically removing rubble - by machinery and by hand - in a race to reach survivors.
The Rohingya children born in Bangladeshi camps after their mothers fled the violence in Myanmar.