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The Dance Theatre of Harlem launched in 1969
The falling cost of solar power is helping it to disrupt the global energy market.
If you fall asleep in a self-driving car, it will try to wake you - then stop, wherever you happen to be.
The BBC's Dave Lee tries out a slow-motion selfie on the iPhone 11.
Speaking after a trip to Africa, Pope Francis says he is "not afraid" of a Catholic Church schism.
The new handsets gain "ultrawide" angle lenses and longer battery life, but there is no 5G phone.
Barely a week goes by without an ambassador somewhere being summoned. But what does this mean?
The Foreign Office says Iran has transferred its cargo of oil to Syria, breaching EU sanctions.
President Trump says he disagreed with many of the US national security adviser's suggestions.
Israel's PM vows to apply sovereignty to part of the West Bank under occupation since the 1967 war.
The boy, 4, was taken from the Florida couple after they skipped his chemotherapy and fled the state.
Nigeria is detaining thousands of children allegedly linked to militants Boko Haram, a report says.
A nationwide epidemic of lung illnesses has included 450 reported cases and at least five deaths.
They were found in a property which once belonged to the family of Paraguay's former military ruler.
The stampede occurred as Shia Muslim pilgrims marked Ashura in the city of Karbala.
One of the most influential photographers of the 20th Century has died.
The Kremlin says an alleged US agent was not a high-level official and had been fired years earlier.
Scientists reconstruct the seconds, minutes and hours following the dino-killing asteroid impact.
The environment minister says storage space for contaminated water from Fukushima will run out in 2022.
Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen names most gender-diverse executive team in the bloc's history.