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Critics say the policy to prohibit indigenous displays at war commemorations is offensive.
Thousands of moderates were barred from standing, with the outcome likely to weaken the president.
Germany's government is facing calls to do more to combat far-right extremism following the attack.
A mail order bride moved to the US with her gay son, but her conservative husband had a surprise in store.
Spain's child abuse laws are set for an overhaul under the new government thanks to James Rhodes.
A block of flats in Sweden is tackling loneliness by mixing age groups - and making socialising an obligation.
President Volodymyr Zelensky urged people to show solidarity and remember "we are all human".
Nic Bonne, who uses 3D-printed models to study galaxies, wants more people to stargaze.
Developers say you can now converse effortlessly using translation tech, but others are not so sure.
Hundreds of seafarers are stranded around the world on board ships abandoned by their owners.
A crazy week in the world of Spanish act Hinds, who are on the road with the New York indie icons.
Port Harcourt resident Kalio says air pollution in the Nigerian city is damaging her health.
People gathered to remember the nine people killed in a gun attack in Hanau.
President Trump hailed the "great American comeback", so why are working families still struggling?
Three German Kurds talk to the BBC about the aftermath of the attack and racism in Germany.
Twelve British nationals suspected of running the underground factory in Spain were arrested.
The "disgust at the defendant's belligerence should transcend party," a US judge said of Stone.
The suspected gunman killed nine people "of migrant background" in shisha bars on Wednesday night.
The UK Foreign Office said October's attack was designed to undermine Georgia's sovereignty.
The item was in a mail package sent from Canada and labelled "Antique Teaching Specimen".