A number of soldiers have been killed and others injured after a train crash in Finland, it is being reported.
Former teen star Corey Feldman says he plans to reveal a Hollywood "paedophile ring" which he could "potentially bring down".
The person is likely to have died in Papua New Guinea about 6,000 years ago, scientists say.
Lazio stars wore shirts with the face of Anne Frank before their match on Wednesday night, days after their fans used images of the Holocaust victim to taunt rival supporters.
Police have fired tear gas in clashes with opposition supporters as voting got under way in a re-run of the presidential election in Kenya.
The TV commercial showed a mother scolding her daughter for not "bringing home a boyfriend".
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Alan Joyce tops a list of LGBT executives for campaigning for same-sex marriage in Australia.
The central bank is set to reduce the virtual money-printing that has kept the eurozone afloat. Some businesses and governments may be in for a shock.
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President Uhuru Kenyatta urges people to vote, but his opponent Raila Odinga wants a boycott.
Canberra should consider sending police to help asylum seekers it has detained, a rights group says.
Before the vote on whether he should stand trial, the president made major policy concessions and pledged money for legislators’ districts.
The lawmaker was known for pugnacious stands on the war in eastern Ukraine and heated attacks on Russia. His bodyguard was killed, and a commentator was wounded.
Turkey released eight people, including two foreign citizens, who had been charged with terrorism, a rare softening in its yearlong coup prosecutions.
With Madrid moving to reassert control over Catalonia, what powers do Catalans currently have?
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The BBC's Daniel Gallas asks how Mr Temer manages to cling on to power despite fraud allegations.
As Xi Jinping consolidates his hold on power, the BBC gets a rare first hand account of his 'war on law'.
Journalist Yousra Elbagir looks at why the #MeToo hashtag was not widely used in Sudan.
The urban gardener making Copenhagen's anti-truck attack blocks more friendly and functional.
An Interior Ministry inquiry began after the release of a critical Human Rights Watch survey on the treatment of migrants in Calais.
Rising political tensions between the USA and Iran, the world's two largest pistachio exporters, could affect how pistachios are traded.
Thursday sees the main part of the elaborate five-day funeral ceremony for King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
A Catalan government representative and a Spanish government minister fail to see eye to eye.
Narisa Chakrabongse, a relative of King Bhumibol, speaks about the "genuine love" for the late monarch.
An ex-head of Guatemala's football federation was sentenced to eight months in prison for fraud.
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The militants in Iraq and Syria cling to 5 percent of the territory they had three years ago but are likely to continue attacks even they lose it all.
A blast in the capital Kiev kills one man and injures three others, including a lawmaker.
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