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Delhi's rickshaw pullers say they don't contribute to air pollution, but are still the worst affected.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu is set to meet his finance minister, in a last-ditch attempt to avoid elections.
The UN wants to recruit more women as peacekeepers. In Mali at present they make up just 3% of a 15,000-strong force.
Laura Johnston Kohl reflects on surviving the events of November 1978, when more than 900 died.
Bids to host the summer and winter Games are falling. Is time up for the 'greatest show on Earth'?
Farwiza Farhan on efforts to protect the forests where orangutan, rhinos, elephants and tigers co-exist.
The man hoping to be Florida's first black governor admits defeat after votes are recounted.
Rebels attack near a DR Congo emergency centre and it is unclear when healthcare efforts will resume.
Zhang Yimou's Shadow wins the most plaudits at the 55th Golden Horse film awards in Taiwan.
The State Department counters reports the CIA believes the Saudi crown prince ordered the murder.
Alfred Yekatom, an MP, is flown from the Central African Republic to the Hague to face trial.
Osun's Rauf Aregbesola says he did not need a salary while in office as he was put up by the state.
Thousands of people have marched in high-visibility yellow vests to protest a price rise in diesel.
Andrej Babis denies allegations that he committed fraud, then had his son kidnapped in a cover-up.
This huge mosaic on the Aletsch Glacier was made from 125,000 drawings, to highlight climate change.
Navy chiefs give the first details of the ARA San Juan which has been found a year after disappearing.
The toll from the Camp Fire in California has risen to 71 with more than 1,000 people reported missing.
The CIA believes the Saudi crown prince ordered the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, reports say.
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