Barcelona kit manufacturers Nike advertised the club's shirts with Liverpool midfielder's Philippe Coutinho's name on the back.
South Korea says 5,100-tonne tanker may have been heading to the North in violation of UN sanctions.
Four British people are among six killed after a seaplane ditched into a river near Sydney, according to Australian media.
The aircraft is said to be lying in 13 metres of water and police divers are at the scene.
The film superstar says he will form a party to "change the political system" in Tamil Nadu state.
Two protesters were reportedly killed in demonstrations that have quickly grown into a nationwide outpouring of anger.
Temperatures are set to remain below minus 10 degrees Celsius in the area for the next week.
Two protesters have been killed at a rally in Iran amid a wave of anti-government protests, an official has said.
After three days of demonstrations, the country's Revolutionary Guard threatens a crackdown.
A man known as the "Piggyback Bandit" has been arrested after allegedly inappropriately touching a teenage boy before handing him a thank you note.
In an apparent effort to avoid antagonizing Turkey, Greece’s prime minister moved to block asylum for a Turkish officer who fled last year’s failed coup.
Footage from the town of Dorud shows a crowd carrying what appears to be a wounded man.
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Winemakers in France are planning to introduce a new hybrid grape to negate the effect global warming is having on the production of Champagne.
This was Narendra Modi's toughest year on the economic front, writes the BBC's Sameer Hashmi.
False stories, pictures and video were widely shared, sowing confusion about the biggest news stories of the year.
The case of Tyler Haire, a 16 year old locked up for years without trial, reveals a deeper problem.
The experts, Michael Sharp, an American, and Zaida Catalan, a Swede, were investigating crimes associated with a rebellion in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
After the end of the tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, will wider worldwide justice be done?
Teenage environmentalist Autumn Peltier will speak in front of the UN General Assembly this spring.
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An Australian diplomat was told about "dirt" on Hillary Clinton in a London bar, reports say.
President Klaus Iohannis, who has long criticized efforts to weaken the fight against corruption, has 20 days to sign the measures into law or send them back to Parliament.
The helicopter pilot was among eight Turkish soldiers to flee after the 2016 failed coup there.
Openly gay, lesbian and transgender people face persecution across the Middle East. The exception may be in Lebanon, which has slowly grown more tolerant thanks to the work of activists.
Video appears to show demonstrators with gunshot wounds in a western Iranian town.
The action was an attempt to promote safety and reduce accidents, officials said, although some climbers said they intended to challenge the rule.
Despite tripling airstrikes this year, American officials concede an attack emanating from the chaotic, ungoverned spaces of Yemen remains among their top terrorism fears.
The controversial period epic has sparked protests across India by Hindu and caste groups.
She became a Black Lives Matter activist after her father died while under police restraint.
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