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The French centre-right presidential candidate is accused of fraud - but will not quit.
The almost simultaneous attacks targeted a police station and intelligence agency offices.
Nigerian shop-owner Emmeka Uhanna tells the BBC that he is worried following recent xenophobic attacks in parts of Johannesburg.
A document and a pair of trousers of one of the missing have now been found 300km from their city.
As mainstream disaffection laps at Australian shores, opportunists vie for greater influence.
How Australia has managed to protect itself against recession for a quarter of a century
They include scientist Katherine Johnson, who was portrayed in the film Hidden Figures.
The arrest of a German-Turkish journalist is causing a diplomatic row between Germany and Turkey.
A bus with the message "If you are born a man, you are a man" is removed from the Spanish capital.
Anna Larsson has inspired thousands after cutting sugar out her four-year-old daughter's diet.
The mayor of Karamursel in Turkey is lauded for rescuing a diver in difficulties.
Investigators say government forces used chlorine bombs and rebels shelled civilians indiscriminately.
Ali Sonko, a dishwasher from The Gambia, is a long-time team member at Noma in Copenhagen.
Traditional music and dance combine with spectacular circus stunts as Mother Africa opens in London as part of a global tour.
A lower court had ruled that the mass murderer was being kept in inhumane conditions.
The centre-right hopeful's dramatic move raises more doubts about his campaign.
Algorithms are being used to offer help to Facebook users who appear to be considering killing themselves.
IS militants in the west of the city are now cut off from their nearby stronghold of Tal Afar.
An Australian court hears a man charged with using a 3D printer to make guns let his hobby get "out of hand".
A rebound in exports and domestic spending brings Australia close to a record for uninterrupted growth.