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The Feijão dam in Minas Gerais state collapsed in January killing at least 250 people.
BBC Arabic reports on the story behind an abandoned high-rise taken over by protesters in Baghdad.
A power-sharing deal brokered by Saudi Arabia is intended to end infighting between the allies.
A TV anchor says Buckingham Palace "threatened us a million different ways" to bury the story.
Kerry Bloch is inundated with kind messages after her 21-year-old son asks "Would someone like me?"
People celebrated the end of the rainy season with home-made hot air balloons.
Police rescue 259 people being held in an illegal detention centre inside a mosque compound.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says Brexit is a "too-long story" that should end.
Russian customs detain her on the Chinese border after her unusual step draws their suspicions.
The Chinese handset-maker is the first to produce phones with such high-resolution image sensors.
Around 11,000 scientists have endorsed research that says the world is facing a climate emergency.
The reforms, now reversed, set the retirement age for women lower than for men.
Iran will begin injecting gas into uranium enrichment centrifuges at its underground Fordo facility.
Low-level, non-violent offenders in Oklahoma have their sentences commuted after changes in the law.
Lionheart, ineligible for best international film, represents how Nigerians talk, its director says.
The singer-songwriter wore one while filming in Afghanistan for her new film, A Dog Called Money.
Instagram and WhatsApp are among products that will carry the new branding in the next few weeks.
Kellen Winslow Jr admits raping an unconscious teen and sexual battery to avoid life in prison.