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People in the Philippines are preparing for the worst as Typhoon Mangkhut powers towards them.
The Nigerian ringleader directed a multi-million dollar operation via 16 phones, police say.
The comments follow reports that the US and China may hold talks on the escalating trade conflict.
Officials warn Hurricane Florence could kill "a lot of people" as it nears the US East Coast.
Scott Morrison had been ridiculed for posting a video that was set to a famous hip-hop song.
More than 30 homes and buildings caught fire after a series of explosions rocked three towns.
Benedict Anslow talks about what life is like as one of the few young people on Rathlin Island.
BBC correspondents show us what they're seeing as the storm nears the coasts of the Carolinas.
It's a scream: Riding on some types of roller-coaster is an effective way of removing kidney stones.
Police are evacuating residents after at least 39 homes and businesses caught fire across three towns.
The Taliban are mounting deadly attacks across Afghanistan, and the 17-year war has no clear end in sight.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa and of Africans elsewhere this week.
France's new lottery is raising money for hundreds of historic buildings - borrowing a British idea.
The non-binding declaration by the International Whaling Commission angers pro-whaling nations.
Two suspects in the poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in the UK have said they were merely tourists.
A decade on, some of the big consequences of the financial crisis are also the most surprising.
Several women have accused David Keyes, a spokesman for the Israeli PM, of inappropriate behaviour.
Several people were hurt when a cliff collapsed on a popular beach on the Greek island of Zakynthos.
The president says Russia's biggest war games since the fall of the Soviet Union are purely defensive.
Andorra alleges companies doing business with Venezuela's state oil company were overcharged.