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Germany election: Merkel wins fourth term, nationalists rise
The chancellor is re-elected but nationalists make a historic breakthrough, sparking protests.
How Germany reacted to result
Chancellor Angela Merkel has been re-elected and will be joined in parliament by the nationalist AfD.
US expands travel ban to include N Korea
People from Venezuela and Chad will also now face restrictions on travel to the United States.
Iraq's Kurdistan region holds independence vote
Despite objections from Iraq and other nations, Kurds are pressing ahead with their key referendum.
Tennessee church shooting halted by 'extraordinarily brave' usher
Police praised the "extraordinarily brave" actions of the usher at the church near Nashville.
Jared Kushner used private email for White House business
Trump's adviser and son-in-law used a private account, a practice Hillary Clinton was attacked over.
Bus crash in Austrian Alps averted after tourist applies brake
The passenger reached the brake moments before the vehicle left the road in the Alps, police say.
Bali volcano: 35,000 evacuated from near Mount Agung
Indonesian authorities say the mountain's seismic energy is increasing and has the potential to erupt.
Brexit: Fresh round of negotiations to take place
Brexit Secretary David Davis will lead UK negotiators into their fourth round of talks.
Australia to create national space agency
The country is one of the world's only developed nations not to have a dedicated agency.
Trump NFL row: Defiance after US president urges boycott
Players kneel in protest during the US anthem as the president's remarks are strongly condemned.
Uber seeks talks with London mayor to renew licence
Taxi app firm says it is willing to change, as Tories clash with Labour and unions over Uber's future.
Falling jet wing panel damages car in Japan
An airline launches an investigation after the panel falls near Kansai International Airport.
Sri Lankan caught hiding gold in rectum
A customs officer told BBC Sinhala they spotted the man because "he was walking suspiciously".
The fishermen saving Pakistan's island dogs
Dozens of stray dogs live on an uninhabited island off Karachi, where fishermen help keep them alive.
Living with violence in the DR Congo
Violent clashes between government and rebel forces has led to huge civilian displacement.
Man clings to train's windscreen wiper in Australia
A man is arrested after apparently riding a 110kmph train in Perth by clinging on at the back.
A modern muse: The enduring appeal of Audrey Hepburn
Hundreds of the Hollywood actor's personal items are on display at Christie's ahead of an auction.
Killer whales join in on Norway surfing competition
Two killer whales have been spotted alongside participants in the semi-finals of a surf contest in Norway.
'I fell from the top of the jungle to save an eagle'
Alexander Blanco's conservation work is helping to save the world's most powerful eagle.
Teaching the children of Boko Haram fighters
Zannah Mustapha founded a school for children affected by Boko Haram violence in the heartland of the Islamist insurgency in Nigeria.
The winners of 2017's Insight Astronomy Photographer award
Judges has to choose between 3,800 entries from all over the world.
'I want to get rid of my Polish accent'
Kasha lives in the UK but has found some people are hostile because of her Polish accent.
Germany election: A hollow victory for Angela Merkel
The German chancellor may have won the election but the result does not feel like a victory.
Abandoned at Burning Man, bicycles now head for Houston and the Caribbean
How the abandoned bikes of Burning Man are making their way to hurricane victims.
How plastic became a victim of its own success
Cheap plastic has become ubiquitous, but we need to get better at recycling it.
Jean-Michel Basquiat: The neglected genius
The artist became hugely famous very young, but a lack of support led to drugs and death at 27, says a friend.
Jeans giant Levi Strauss gets its mojo back
The US clothing firm is now enjoying five years of profit growth as it recovers from past woes.
North Korea-US tensions: How worried should you be?
Here are three reasons why you should take a deep breath and not panic, for now.
The island where people eat puffins
In a remote corner of Iceland, the taste of the seabird is a reminder of home.
What's the right thing to say to someone with cancer?
This cancer survivor is changing the "sugarcoated" greeting card business
England v West Indies: Moeen Ali hits 53-ball century in Bristol win
Moeen Ali hits an exhilarating 53-ball century in England's 124-run win over West Indies in Bristol to take a 2-0 lead in the one-day series.
Billy Vunipola: Saracens and England player would take pay cut to avoid burnout
England and Saracens number eight Billy Vunipola says he would take a pay cut to play less rugby.
Brighton & Hove Albion 1-0 Newcastle United
Tomer Hemed scores the only goal as Brighton beat Newcastle United to record their second successive home Premier League win.
NFL protests after Donald Trump comments unlike anything I've seen - Osi Umenyiora
Protests at NFL games on Sunday were "unlike anything I've ever seen before", says two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora.
Luke Campbell reveals his father died two weeks before Jorge Linares fight
Luke Campbell reveals his father died two weeks before Saturday's world title defeat by Jorge Linares in California.
Garth Crooks' team of the week: Kane, Morata, Coutinho, Eriksen, Sane
Which player is a "genius"? Who is a "model professional"? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week.
Fifa to lift ban on displaying poppies after talks with UK football associations
Football's world governing body is set to lift the ban on displaying the poppy following talks with UK football associations.