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Europe's human rights court condemns repeated arrests of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Saudi prosecutor says an intelligence officer ordered the writer's murder and not the crown prince.
President Museveni orders increased patrols to reassure Chinese investors after a spate of thefts.
The proposal would see traffic limited in the first four districts, known as arrondissements.
The Testimatic is to help men get checked for testicular cancer without having to face a doctor.
Margarita Gracheva's case highlights fears that a change in Russia's laws may be emboldening abusers.
A government minister says aid worth $9.8m will be withheld from Tanzania after anti-gay rhetoric.
Refugees in crowded Bangladesh camps are waiting to hear whether they'll be sent back to Myanmar.
The monkey entered a house in Agra and snatched the baby from his mother, who was breastfeeding him.
The 73-year-old president of the Philippines later defended his actions saying: "What's wrong with my nap?"
The ride-sharing firm's losses grew in the third quarter, with a slight rise in revenues and bookings.
Journalist Peter Tah describes how life in the Cameroon city of Bamenda has ground to a halt due to the separatist conflict.
Is poor management of forests to blame for deadly fires in California?
Fake news in Turkey is rampant, and targets many, including the BBC. But some are fighting back.
More than half a million students take on an exam for which they have been preparing all their lives.
The first lady said Mira Ricardel "no longer deserves the honour" of serving in the White House.
Plans to redistribute land from white farmers to landless black people are raising deep feelings. Here's why.
How Thai government critics risk being accused of "fake news" – and having the law turned against them.
The APEC summit is now underway in Papua New Guinea, but why are attending CEOs and other guests staying on cruise ships?
Authoritarian leader Ramzan Kadyrov forces citizens who complain to retract what they said on TV.