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Chemnitz unrest: German top spy Maassen forced out
Germany's domestic intelligence chief is moved to another post amid a row over far-right violence.
Russian aircrew deaths: Putin and Netanyahu defuse tension
Fifteen personnel died when an aircraft was downed by Syrian fire after Israel launched an air raid.
Celia Barquín: European golf champion murdered in Iowa
A man is charged with murder after Spanish golfer Celia Barquín is found dead on an Iowa golf course.
China hits back at Trump with tariffs on $60bn of US goods
The measures come after the US imposed tariffs on $200bn of Chinese imports.
The heartbreaking photo that raised $43,000 in one day
Indians were moved by the photo of the son of a sewer worker grieving next to his father's body.
Rolling out the red carpet
President Moon Jae-in was warmly welcomed as he and his wife arrived in the North Korean capital for talks.
Nicolás Maduro: Fury over Venezuela leader's Salt Bae 'feast'
Video of Nicolás Maduro eating in an Istanbul steak restaurant causes anger in crisis-hit Venezuela.
Casualties in Madrid Ritz building works collapse
Currently under renovation, local media reports say the hotel's sixth floor partly collapsed.
French jobseeker tells Macron to help him find work
A jobless gardener hits out at the French leader, who said he could get work by "crossing the road".
Musk to fly Japanese billionaire over moon
The first private passenger to fly around the Moon with SpaceX will be a Japanese billionaire.
McDonald's workers strike over sexual harassment policy
American employees call on the fast food giant to do more to tackle workplace sexual harassment.
Amanda Reid: Australian Paralympian 'exaggerated symptoms'
A former coach and other athletes tell the BBC of suspicions about Paralympic athlete Amanda Reid.
South Africa's highest court legalises cannabis use
Pro-marijuana activists cheer following a landmark ruling by the country's highest court.
UK visas: High-skilled migrants cap 'should be scrapped'
A key report commissioned by the government says there should be no limit on skilled workers coming to the UK.
Regret over shaming homeless man filmed shaving on train
A viral video of a man shaving on the train has got people questioning if we should be so quick to shame people online
Belgian chips set to shrink due to drought
Potato crop yields have been reduced by 25% in Belgium, threatening the country's signature dish.
Tariq Ramadan: #MeToo in the Muslim world
Several women have come forward to accuse Tariq Ramadan, one of the Muslim world’s most famous thinkers, of sexual assault.
Sandra Oh's mother lights up The Emmys red carpet
Young-nam Oh delights social media by wearing a traditional Korean dress to support her daughter.
Typhoon relatives' wait for call that never comes
Families are waiting for rescuers to retrieve bodies buried by a landslide that hit as Typhoon Mangkhut battered the Philippines.
Yusaku Maezawa: The Japanese billionaire who wants to fly to the Moon
Yusaku Maezawa wants to take a group of artists along with him on a voyage into space. So who is he?
The 70th annual Emmy awards did not disappoint
The Brits had a great night at the 70th annual Emmy Awards in Los Angeles but the standout moment was a proposal.
CCTV footage of 85-year-old tackling armed raiders goes viral
When three would-be robbers stormed into a County Cork bookmakers, they did not bet on facing a formidable 85-year-old.
Khan al-Ahmar: The West Bank village facing demolition
After ten years of legal battles, Israel's Supreme Court has authorised the destruction of Khan al-Ahmar.
South Korea's Moon Jae-in: Caught between Trump and Kim
South Korea's Moon Jae-in, making a high-pressure trip to the North, faces a series of challenges.
Australia's elder abuse scandal 'beyond belief'
Chilling incidents have stirred public horror - now there will be a national inquiry.
Zimbabwe's cholera emergency: 'Stench of sewage' in Harare
Amidst a collapse in public services, water supplies have become contaminated with untreated sewage.
South Africa crime: Can the country be compared to a 'war zone'?
Recent data shows that the national murder rate in South Africa is going up.
Wilmington: A community cut off after 'terrifying' storm
The city of Wilmington for a while became an island encircled by deluge of Florence.
Using a cheap smartphone to catch fish
Indian fishermen are using cheap smartphones to map the coastline and stop encroachment.
Ben Stokes and Alex Hales charged with bringing game into disrepute
Ben Stokes and Alex Hales are charged with bringing the game into disrepute by the ECB following an incident outside a Bristol nightclub.
Billy Joe Saunders: World champion boxer charged with misconduct over 'sickening' social media video
British world champion Billy Joe Saunders is charged with misconduct by the British Boxing Board of Control over a social media video described as "sickening".
NFL: Chicago Bears defence dominates Russell Wilson's Seattle Seahawks
The Chicago Bears defence puts in a dominant performance to overwhelm Russell Wilson's Seattle Seahawks and secure their first win of the season in a 24-17 victory on Monday night.
Jack Bussey: Toronto Wolfpack forward given eight-match ban for biting
Toronto Wolfpack forward Jack Bussey is banned for eight games after pleading guilty to a Grade F biting charge.
Hearts: Scoring, signings & the George Burley comparison
Hearts are unbeaten in their opening 10 games and are five points clear in the Premiership. But what has changed?
Last call for Nevada’s brothels?
Brothels have been legal in Nevada since 1971 - but could they face the axe?