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Updated: 9 min 35 sec ago
Fifteen more people have been killed by the virus in China, as the country celebrates Lunar New Year.
One year on from the dam collapse at Brazil's Corrego de Feijao mine, many are still seeking answers.
Content moderators review hundreds of disturbing images each day for social media sites.
Representation of China's LGBT community is improving but many still struggle during Lunar New Year.
Meijer Nieweg was murdered in August 1942. It has taken decades for details of his death to emerge.
Wuhan is building a new hospital that will be finished within six days, according to China's state media.
Journalist Sajid Mir trekked for hours to reach villagers cut off in Pakistan-administered Kashmir.
Chinese overseas are concerned for their own health and that of their families back home.
SOS Chrétiens d’Orient says three French nationals and one Iraqi have been missing since Monday.
George Takei, star of the original 1960s Star Trek TV series, is jokingly demanding royalties.
At least 14 people are killed and buildings collapse after the 6.8 magnitude quake.
Six maps and graphics explaining how the respiratory virus has spread and how it is being dealt with.
A woman has been taken to hospital and gardaí described the deaths in Newcastle as 'unexplained'.
An oil worker in Alberta, Canada, rescued the animals while inspecting wells.
The Pentagon announcement comes after President Trump dismissed the injuries as "headaches".
As prosecution gives way to defence, we look back at what you might have missed and what to expect.
Vanessa Nakate releases an emotional statement after being cut out of a photo with white activists.
The president says he wants to defend unborn children, but critics accuse him of distraction tactics.
Footage shows the men washing themselves with soap and a bucket of water in southern Vietnam.
Anastasia Shevchenko has been under house arrest for a year and has found a spy-camera in her flat.