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The UN envoy for Libya proposes a national unity government, after months of negotiations between the country's two rival authorities.
Four Russian cruise missiles fired at Syria from the Caspian Sea on Wednesday landed in Iran, unnamed US officials say, but Russia insists they all hit their targets.
A South Carolina city reaches a $6.5m settlement with the family of Walter Scott, an unarmed black man killed by a white policeman in April.
Police in Brazil arrest nine of their fellow officers suspected of carrying out a series of killings on the outskirts of Sao Paulo in August.
Rome's embattled mayor, Ignazio Marino, steps down over allegations he paid personal restaurant bills using official funds
A new study warns that a third of all men currently under the age of 20 in China will die prematurely if they do not give up smoking.
Spencer Stone, hailed as a hero after an attack on a French train, is stabbed in Sacramento, California.
A new Ebola scare is reported in the southern Nigerian city of Calabar, a year after the country was declared free of the virus.
The head of the International Monetary Fund tells the BBC that the outlook for China, the world's second-largest economy, is not all "doom and gloom".
Nauru has rowed back on a pledge to process within a week all 600 outstanding refugee claims from asylum seekers at an Australia-funded centre.
The office of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull defends his use of a private email server for government business.
US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has outlined her plan to curb Wall Street abuses.
Lifeguards are usually called upon to help swimmers and surfers who have run into difficulties, but a whale was the subject of an unlikely rescue in Florida on Thursday.
The 48-million-year-old fossilised remains of a horse foetus have been described by scientists.
Republican Kevin McCarthy is dropping out of the race for Speaker of the US House of Representatives, surprising many who favoured him to win.
Rupert Murdoch apologises for tweets suggesting US President Barack Obama is not a "real black president" and supporting Ben Carson.
Guatemala announces it will build new houses for families left homeless by a devastating landslide which killed more than 200 people last week.
Lionel Messi will stand trial on tax fraud charges, a court in Spain rules, rejecting a request to drop charges against the Barcelona striker.
A 4,500-year-old African genome reveals how our ancient ancestors moved back and forth between continents.
Caf president Issa Hayatou takes temporary charge of Fifa after football's world governing body suspends Sepp Blatter.
Indonesia's president has asked for international assistance to put out forest fires that have sent a thick haze over the country and its neighbours.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says Hindus and Muslims should fight poverty, not each other, in his first comments on the lynching of a Muslim man.
Fifa needs a "credible external presidential candidate" to replace the suspended Sepp Blatter, says the IOC president.
A new cross-party campaign aimed at taking the UK out of the European Union is due to be launched, the second such group ahead of the EU referendum.
Seven Israelis are wounded and a suspected attacker is shot dead in a new wave of stabbings, while a Palestinian is killed in the West Bank.
At least 13 people have been killed an explosion at a wedding in a rebel-held village in Yemen, medics say.
The scale of the growing financial problems in the NHS in England will become clearer later, when the latest accounts are published.
Northern Ireland qualify for their first major championships since 1986 by beating Greece 3-1 at Windsor Park.
Volkswagen's US boss makes a "sincere apology" to US lawmakers for installing "defeat devices" to cheat emissions tests on its diesel cars.
Former Pimco bond trader Bill Gross is suing his former employer for wrongful dismissal and claiming $200m in damages.
Shares in Asia in positive territory after minutes from the US Federal Reserve's latest meeting suggest it may wait to raise rates.
Jurgen Klopp is appointed Liverpool's new manager, with the former Borussia Dortmund boss signing a three-year deal worth £15m.
Scotland's hopes of reaching Euro 2016 are over after Robert Lewandowski scores a stoppage-time leveller for Poland.
Republic of Ireland produce a stunning win over Germany to leave automatic qualification for Euro 2016 in their own hands.
Belarusian Svetlana Alexievich wins the 2015 Nobel Prize for literature.
James Bond star Daniel Craig has said he would only do another Bond movie "for the money", ahead of the release of Spectre in November.
Fifteen-year-old Magnus Dixon is selected as a winner of the Foyles Young Poets Competition for the third year in a row.
The latest to lose their life at sea was a baby boy found washed up on the shores of Kos.
A Singaporean package delivery firm flies a t-shirt and letter to a small island - but how long will it be before the tech is ready for regular use?
At 12 Polline was forced to become a soldier in Joseph Kony's army, now 26 she is telling her story to some of the most powerful and famous women in the world to raise awareness.
A Muslim lawmaker from Indian-administered Kashmir is beaten up in the state assembly by members of the Hindu nationalist BJP for hosting a "beef party".
A BBC team has been granted rare access inside the reclusive state of North Korea.
A contractor working for the Texas Department of Transportation is left dangling from a Houston bridge before rescuers manage to pull him to safety.
Volkswagen's US boss Michael Horn has said he would like to "offer a sincere apology" over the emissions scandal.
Shaimaa Khalil reports on a school where students are studying outdoors, 10 years after a major earthquake in Pakistan.
The changing face of North Korea
Nobel winner helped to shred Soviet myth and propaganda
Inside the world's first solar powered airport
A man who feeds the children of Boko Haram's victims
Helping Kalimantan amid forest fires
Why Lima's poorest have to pay so much to get a drink
Gulf "steps up" arms to Syria rebels after Russian strikes