Part three of the BBC's series on online conspiracy theories: US mass shootings and victim trolling.
Sabrina Simader is the first Kenyan woman to compete in alpine skiing at the Winter Olympics.
Authorities begin excavating a factory site over the disappearance of three children 52 years ago.
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How IS used online videos and social media to spread its message - and why it suddenly dried up.
Things didn't go to script when Meghan Markle attended her latest official event as a royal fiancée.
'Judy' recalls her life being brought up by parents in a strict homeschooling community in the US.
Boston and Philadelphia, two cities steeped in history, are set to face off on Super Bowl Sunday.
A Michigan police chief told one of Larry Nassar's victims that "we wish we had this one back".
The international air search for a ferry that sank with more than 80 people aboard was called off almost a week after seven survivors were found in a dinghy.
In Kenya, a struggle has unfolded between the news media and the president, who had warned journalists not to cover an important event by his political rival.
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Lactalis, a giant dairy products company, has had to recall more than 7,000 tons of products contaminated with salmonella. It did not alert regulators to past problems.
Exiled former president Mohamed Nasheed also saw his terrorism conviction overturned.
A teenage girl will spend 40 years in a mental hospital after stabbing a classmate to please a fictional horror character called Slender Man.
The facility built under 20m of rock is hit in the latest attack against hospitals, aid workers say.
A mass brawl between Afghan and Eritrean migrants has left at least four fighting for their lives.
Inside China's police state, where a man would rather his family die than be detained in a camp.
Investigators say Wood's then husband, Robert Wagner, has "changed his story" about how she died in 1981.
Children in northern Syria chanted their thanks to Turkey as President Erdogan's fresh military operation inside his neighbour's territory was heralded a success.
Joice Mujuru's NPP party says she was pelted with stones in an act of political violence.
A secret Republican Party memo claiming FBI bias against President Donald Trump could be released on Friday, despite a warning being issued by the law enforcement agency.
A 12-year-old girl is in custody after opening fire on classmates, leaving five injured, police say.
A 12-year-old girl is believed to have taken a gun into school and shot a 15-year-old boy in the head.
The Nazca Lines, scratched into a plain south of Lima, are the world’s best-known example of geoglyphs. The damage was significant, but it can be repaired.
All options on the spectrum of defeat involve acknowledging American aims as largely unachievable and Afghanistan’s future as only partly salvageable.
A decades-long battle to make the lyrics of Canada’s anthem gender neutral found success this week.
Hollywood star Dwayne Johnson has revealed his mother attempted to kill herself in front of him when he was just 15 years old.
John Battaglia will be executed for the two murders, but his lawyers claim he is mentally unwell.
At least four teenage migrants have been shot in Calais after fighting broke out following meal handouts.
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