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Trump defends Saudi Arabia ties despite Khashoggi murder
The president points to Saudi investments in the US amid anger over writer Jamal Khashoggi's murder.
Nedim Yasar: Reformed gangster shot after book launch
Nedim Yasar, 31, dies in Copenhagen after promoting his memoir on how he left a life of crime.
The West Bank homes being dropped from Airbnb
Airbnb's decision to stop listing the properties is welcomed by Palestinians but condemned by Israel.
US adviser hints at evicting China from WTO
One of President Trump's top advisers says China has 'misbehaved' as a member of the WTO.
Millie Bobby Brown: 'I've been bullied... that inspires me'
The Stranger Things actor discusses her role as the youngest ever Unicef Goodwill ambassador.
Parents 'not wholly to blame for child weight gain'
A study suggests parents adapt their feeding styles in line with a child's natural weight and size.
E. coli outbreak: Romaine lettuce probed in US and Canada
At least 50 people in the US and Canada have been infected, health officials say.
Likely next Interpol chief Prokopchuk 'fox in the henhouse', US senators say
Interpol will be "seized by the mafia" if a Russian official is elected as its president, critics warn.
Alex Rodriguez: 'London is open for business and baseball'
Former Yankees star Alex Rodriguez is in London to promote Major League Baseball in the UK.
Afghanistan: Kabul suicide bomber kills dozens at gathering of clerics
The suicide bomb attack kills 50 and wounds 83, as scholars marked the Prophet Muhammad's birthday.
Saudi Arabia 'tortured female activists', charities say
Human rights groups say the state electrocuted, flogged and sexually harassed detained activists.
Carlos Ghosn : Renault names interim chief executive
Thierry Bolloré will lead the French car maker but Carlos Ghosn remains as chairman and chief executive.
Spain Brexit: PM Sánchez threatens to vote no over Gibraltar
Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez says Spain will reject the draft deal without clarification on Gibraltar.
Drones called in to save the Great Wall of China
A very 21st Century piece of tech is being called in to save the crumbling Great Wall of China.
Trump jokes about vote recounts at turkey pardon
The president managed to squeeze the mid-terms and Democratic subpoenas into a light-hearted speech.
Yemen: Where children rummage through rubbish for food
After nearly four years of war in Yemen, Houthi rebels and the Saudi-led military coalition appeared to agree to pause fighting. But it wasn’t to last.
What it's like to be in a 'throuple' relationship
Cathy and Thomas are married. They're also in a relationship with Nicole. They are in a three-way relationship, often referred to as a ‘throuple’.
Police officer rescues baby bear in California
The bear was rummaging for food in a dumpster in Truckee when it became trapped.
Huge waterspout hits Italy's south-western city
Eyewitnesses say the whirling column of air and water lifted containers in Salerno's port area.
'Why I send photos of my genitals to women'
Lewis Gregory says he sends pictures of his genitals to women, but never when they are unsolicited.
'UK's oldest twins' turn 102: Stourport-on-Severn pair mark birthday
Irene Crump and Phyllis Jones put their longevity down to good luck and "good food".
How the media became obsessed with gates
Journalists love to put a "gate" suffix behind scandals, but where did the habit come from?
Singapore otters photobomb UK couple's marriage proposal
The urban celebrities were otterly oblivious to the fact they were crashing a romantic moment.
Australian truck dangles off road bridge
The accident has resulted in lane closures and major delays on a freeway north of Melbourne.
Beloved cafe owner given state funeral
Murdered in a terror attack, Sisto Malaspina has been remembered for his remarkable "Australian story".
'I hire a man to pretend to be my daughter’s dad - and she doesn't know'
When Asako saw her daughter was bullied for not having a dad she hired a man to act out the role. Ten years on, her daughter doesn't know the truth.
What to look for in Brexit declaration?
Brexit involves a key political declaration on future ties - so what will it cover? Adam Fleming explains.
The crunch of an apple makes me want to run away
Margot Noel has misophonia, which means "hatred of sound". Noises that may be annoying to some people cause her real distress.
100 Women: The woman who decides if men can take a second wife
One of Malaysia's first female Sharia high court judges says her role allows her to protect women.
Would you buy a handbag from Plada or Loius Vuitton?
From fake shops to copycat products, firms around the world are losing billions to copyright theft.
How I set out to catch a romance scammer
Panorama's Athar Ahmad tracks down the fraudsters who are trying to get their hands on people's cash.
California wildfires: Why are so many listed as missing?
Local officials said at one point that more than 1,200 people were unaccounted for.
Forrest scores hat-trick as Scotland win to top Nations League group
James Forrest's treble secures Scotland a Nations League play-off place as Alex McLeish's side come from behind to beat Israel.
Albania 1-0 Wales: Humbling defeat for Giggs as Gunter breaks caps record
Wales suffer an embarrassing 1-0 friendly defeat in Albania to take the shine off Chris Gunter's record-breaking 93rd appearance.
FA Cup: Cameron King gives National League Halifax victory with twisting run and finish
Halifax Town of the National League take the lead over League Two's Morecambe via a twisting run and finish from Cameron King in their FA Cup first-round replay.
GB sprinter Levine banned for four years
British sprinter Nigel Levine, a former European 4x400m relay gold medallist, is banned for four years after failing a drugs test.
Somaliland: Starting a national team in a country that doesn't exist
Somaliland is not a UN recognised nation but this has not stopped four men attempting to develop a national football set-up.
Injured Ashton out of Australia match as tourists hit by stomach bug
England wing Chris Ashton is ruled out of Saturday's match with Australia, who have been struck down by a stomach bug.
Jordan Nobbs' injury hits England World Cup hopes - Kelly Smith
Jordan Nobbs' serious knee injury is a "big blow" to England's World Cup chances in France next year, according to record goalscorer Kelly Smith.
When Paradise burned down
The full story of the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California's history.
Jonestown: Rebuilding my life after surviving the massacre
Laura Johnston Kohl reflects on surviving the events of November 1978, when more than 900 died.
Suneung: The day silence falls over South Korea
More than half a million students take on an exam for which they have been preparing all their lives.
The girl who witnessed Kristallnacht
Eighty years ago the Nazis' persecution of the Jews suddenly turned violent. Ruth Winkelmann still remembers it vividly.