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Government forces allegedly fired directly at demonstrators demanding the president's resignation.
The airline cuts its forecast, blaming a fall in air fares and over-capacity on short-haul routes.
Defending champion Caroline Wozniacki is knocked out of the Australian Open by five-time Grand Slam winner Maria Sharapova.
Other countries have barred the Chinese firm from their network infrastructure over security concerns.
Israeli student Aiia Maasarwe was attacked while on the phone to her sister, police say.
Evie Amati randomly struck customers in a Sydney convenience store, leaving two badly injured.
Japanese officials are trying to work out whether the famous British street artist has paid a visit.
Egypt is the first Arab country to authorise the sale of flibanserin - but how well is it going down?
Trafficked into the sex industry after defecting from North Korea, two young women spent years in captivity.
A selection of photographs from around the African continent this week.
The conflict is having a long-term impact on the lives of people even away from the battlegrounds.
EU judges tell Austria to compensate an ex-policeman in a gay sex case going back to 1976.
A film about Manmohan Singh is a hatchet job on him and his party months before elections, say critics.
The Chinese video streaming service blurring earrings worn by male actors has sparked a debate online.
The African Union calls on the country to delay the final results of its disputed presidential election.
Two years into a history-defying presidency, the BBC's Nick Bryant assesses how Donald Trump may be remembered.
Members of Congress who were due to join the trip are left sitting on a bus at Capitol Hill.
Thousands of students skip school in Belgium to join a march demanding action on climate change.
The rapper says federal workers going back to work without getting paid needs to be taken seriously.
Five key takeaways from the US secretary of state's breakneck tour of the Middle East.