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Egypt attack: President Sisi pledges forceful response
More than 200 people were killed in a gun and bomb attack on a mosque in the Sinai peninsula.
US to stop arming anti-IS Syrian Kurdish YPG militia - Turkey
The US confirms making "adjustments" to support for Syrian groups, but does not name the YPG militia.
Zimbabwe's new president Mnangagwa vows to 're-engage' with world
President Emmerson Mnangagwa vows sweeping changes, after the dramatic departure of Robert Mugabe.
Mugabe 'my father and mentor'
Zimbabwe's new president paid tribute to his predecessor and promised to rebuild the country.
Georgia fire: Deadly blaze hits Batumi resort hotel
At least 12 people have died at a 22-storey hotel in the Black Sea city of Batumi, officials say.
Fresh Poland protests over judiciary reform
Thousands of people rally across Poland over proposed bills that they say threaten the rule of law.
Iran hits back over Saudi's prince's 'Hitler' comment
A war of words intensifies after the Saudi crown prince compares Iran's supreme leader to Hitler.
Argentina missing submarine: President pledges inquiry to 'know the truth'
President Mauricio Macri orders an inquiry to find out what happened to the 44 people on board.
Flies more germ-laden than suspected
Flies' disease-carrying potential may be greater than previously thought, say US researchers.
Germany coalition: Merkel and SPD to meet in new bid for deal
Germany's chancellor is to meet her ex-coalition partners, who have refused to renew their alliance.
Tiger shot in Paris after roaming streets
A circus tiger escaped and briefly roamed an area near the Eiffel Tower in the French capital.
Leo Varadkar hopes talks can avert Irish general election
Leo Varadkar says he does not want an election but will continue to back his under pressure deputy PM.
Morocco prays for rain as shortage threatens agriculture
Demonstrations were held across the country as a lack of rainfall threatens its agriculture.
London Tube stations reopen after alert
Sixteen people are hurt amid panicked scenes at Oxford Circus, as police probe a fight on a platform.
The poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko
Alexander Litvinenko died in a London hospital after he was poisoned with Polonium 210.
Tencent: Inside the company's new AI lab
China's biggest social media company is developing new apps which use artificial intelligence.
War victim bringing Bosnians and Serbs together
The story of a Serb who has opened a culture centre in Sarajevo.
Week in pictures: 18-24 November 2017
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Who are the crew of Argentina's missing submarine?
Details of the crew of the Argentine submarine ARA San Juan which disappeared on 15 November.
Couple get engaged in Ashes Test pool
Michael Langridge proposes to girlfriend Tori Roebuck in the pitch-side pool at the first Test between Australia and England at the Gabba.
North Korean defectors answer 'stupid questions'
Three defectors answer some of the more unusual questions they are asked.
Three dogs help injured woman survive Canadian wilderness
Dog walker Annette Poitras was rescued this week after falling during a hike in the BC wilderness.
World Hacks: How to deradicalise a Neo-Nazi
A former Nazi leader in Germany has developed a system to fight extremism.
Iran football fans' advice for presenter's dress
Russian sports host gets advice on what she should wear when she presents the World Cup final draw.
Quiz: What does John Lennon's final diary entry reveal?
7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?
Fake Sinai photos on social media
In the aftermath of the bomb attack on a Sinai mosque, fake photos have been shared on social media.
Mugabe and me: A personal history of growing up in Zimbabwe
As Zimbabweans usher in a new era, author Petina Gappah considers the long shadow ex-president Robert Mugabe has cast over her life.
How INXS Kick-started their career
The rock group look back at the 30th anniversary of their breakthrough album, Kick.
Honduras elections: Security key issue as Hernández runs again
With security the top issue in the elections, BBC news takes a closer look at the candidates.
Mongolia domestic violence: 'I screamed for help, but nobody came'
Mongolia's domestic violence victims struggle for support amid austerity and arctic temperatures.
Israel and Saudi Arabia: What's shaping the covert 'alliance'
Why there's a covert Saudi-Israeli "alliance" after decades of hostility.
How a speedy emergency services app is saving lives
Not every country has a single number to call in an emergency. One start-up is trying to change that.
What is on the wish list of women in India PM Modi's hometown?
Since 2014, Narendra Modi has promised toilets, which residents in his own hometown are yet to see.
The citizenship saga hampering Australia’s government
The country's political system has been put under strain by a crisis over dual-nationality MPs.
'Sexist' inclusive writing row riles France
The government steps into a growing row over gender equality in the French language.
The unknown Indian woman doctor on Google Doodle
One of British India's earliest practising doctors, who also got Queen Victoria to dissolve her marriage.
Rihanna backs a teen sex victim jailed for murder
Celebrities tweet #FreeCyntoiaBrown to support a former teen abuse victim jailed for murder at 16.
Paloma Faith: 'I feel less fragile'
The star says she's "more resilient" since becoming a mum, and reveals how a banana inspired her new album.
Rugby League World Cup: Thomas Burgess on England against Tonga
England can "feel in their guts" the significance of Saturday's World Cup semi-final with Tonga, says prop Thomas Burgess.
West Ham United 1-1 Leicester City
West Ham earn their first point under new manager David Moyes as they come from behind to draw with Leicester City at London Stadium.
England Women 4-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina Women
England captain Steph Houghton scores twice as her side continue their unbeaten World Cup qualifying campaign with victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Autumn Tests: Wales face New Zealand with England, Scotland and Ireland also in action
Wales aim for first win over New Zealand for 64 years in Gatland v Hansen IV, while England, Scotland and Ireland are all in action too.
Scottish Premiership: Dundee 2-1 Rangers
Mark O'Hara's brace lifts Dundee off the bottom of the Premiership and condemns Rangers to a second straight defeat.
In pictures: New president sworn in
Crowds gathered in a stadium in the country's capital to see their new president.
Emmerson Mnangagwa: Will he be different from Mugabe?
How different might Emmerson Mnangagwa be from Robert Mugabe, as president of Zimbabwe?
Robert Mugabe: 'The last political king of Zimbabwe'
Zimbabwe's ruling party is intent on retaining power after the earthquake of Robert Mugabe's overthrow.
Emmerson Mnangagwa: The 'crocodile' who snapped back
Zimbabwe's new president has had a volatile political career.
Zimbabwe after Mugabe: What happens next?
Singing and celebration spring from the belief that the worst is over, our Zimbabwe correspondent writes - but is change coming?
Zimbabwean's hopes and fears for the future
Momentous changes in Zimbabwe have left some asking: What next? What happens after Mugabe?