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Hundreds of Iraqi Shia Muslim protesters storm Baghdad's fortified Green Zone, breaking into parliament, prompting a state of emergency to be declared.
Moderates and reformists are poised to take control of parliament in Iran after strong gains at run-off elections, early results suggest.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta sets fire to a huge stockpile of ivory in an effort to show his country's commitment to saving Africa's elephants, but the move has its critics.
German police detain about 400 left-wing demonstrators who were trying to prevent people entering a right-wing party conference in Stuttgart.
People in the Kenyan capital Nairobi are asked to leave their homes near a six-storey building that collapsed in heavy rain, killing at least 10 people.
A Hindu tailor once arrested for derogatory comments about Islam has been hacked to death in a district in central Bangladesh, police say.
Russia accuses a US Air Force jet of switching off its transponder signal over the Baltic on Friday, leading its own jets to intercept it.
UK consumers using their mobile phones in Europe will see cheaper bills from Saturday, as a further cap on roaming charges takes effect.
A Colorado woman is sentenced to 100 years in prison for cutting a nearly eight-month-old foetus from a stranger's womb in a brutal attack.
The Syrian army says it is observing a partial truce in most parts of Syria apart from in the divided second city of Aleppo, where air strikes have been reported.
More than 30 lions rescued from circuses in Colombia and Peru are being flown to a sanctuary in South Africa - in what is said to be the largest such airlift.
A trove of health journalism by US literary giant Walt Whitman is being published after lying in obscurity more than 150 years.
Cambodia has restarted passenger train services, on one route to coastal tourist areas, after a gap of some 14 years.
The Large Hadron Collider particle accelerator in Switzerland is offline after suffering a short circuit - caused by a weasel.
The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes begins a week in North Korea with three Nobel laureates and a European prince.
A six-storey building collapses in Nairobi in Kenya, after heavy rains and flooding across the country.
Donald Trump jumped a highway barrier to get to a rally near San Francisco after protesters blocked the entrance.
A US military report into an air strike on a hospital in Afghanistan in 2015 concludes that it "was not a war crime".
Thirteen people are presumed dead after a crash near Bergen in Norway, in which eyewitnesses say the rotor blades separated from the helicopter.
Conservationists say the legal trade in ivory on the domestic market in China and Hong Kong is just providing a cover for the illegal smuggling.
Caitlyn Jenner posts video of female toilet use after Donald Trump supported transgender right to choose which facility to use.
A two-year-old boy has accidentally shot and killed his mother in the US city of Milwaukee, as Andy Moore reports.
Why is this Indian woman painting her face black?
The online community who live stream their illegal calls
How Beyonce gave up hit singles to become an albums artist
Why is North Korea's congress meeting after 40 years?
Hitching a ride to North Korea with laureates and a prince
Nervous start for new Russian cosmodrome
Highlights from Obama's White House Correspondents' Dinners
The country worst hit by Chernobyl gets its own reactor