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A claim that President Trump told his lawyer to lie is "not accurate", the special counsel says.
The government increased fuel prices by more than double, but what is behind the sudden price increase?
The Dutch worry that part of central Amsterdam is now just a sleazy tourist trap.
Government forces allegedly fired directly at demonstrators demanding the president's resignation.
The reported split follows claims of sexual abuse made against the R&B star, which he denies.
Jason Van Dyke is jailed for almost seven years for killing black teenager Laquan McDonald in 2014.
Footage emerges of divers getting up close and personal with a massive great white shark.
Avenue Q puppet coach Nigel Plaskitt passes on his puppeteering skills to young actors.
The magazine apologises for mistakenly identifying reporter Noor Tagouri as a Pakistani actress.
How the First Amendment protected a man accused of harassing a US lawmaker.
A man who allegedly killed his defence lawyer years after murdering his wife ends up killing himself.
The women trying to coax Japan’s reclusive young men out of their bedrooms.
Canada's town of Moose Jaw wants to win back the crown of having the world's tallest moose statue.
The announcement came after the US president met Kim Jong-un's right-hand man at the White House.
What is the Moscow tower, and why has it become a key point in the Russia inquiry?
The day after a doctor was shot dead by Sudanese police, another medic tells the BBC why he feels like a target.
A Belarusian model deported from Thailand for soliciting is detained in transit at a Moscow airport.
Calls for justice mount after poachers beat up two rangers and leave them to die in the Kazakh steppe.
Mohamed Jubair Monir's family say he is innocent and maintain that he was only 13 during the 1971 war.
Her unborn baby had a fatal foetal abnormality but a termination was refused, Irish MPs are told.