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At least 31 people die in weekend clashes between tribal militia and security forces in DR Congo.
We provide three answers about the Italian referendum and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's resignation.
Abducted as a child by Uganda's Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebel group, Dominic Ongwen became one of its most ruthless commanders, so should he face trial at the ICC?
When Corinne Maier spoke to the BBC attacking baby mania, her honest account of parenting struck a chord around the world.
The BBC 100 Women season speaks with three Arab female mathematicians to get their advice for younger girls.
Portraits of the female veterans who risked their lives for their country
Heloise Letissier, aka Christine and the Queens, talks pansexuality and rejecting gender stereotypes.
One of India's most influential and colourful politicians, J Jayalalitha, dies at the age of 68.
The Ghanaian presidential election is about to take place.
How planting trees helped a 105-year-old Indian woman cope with infertility
Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube link up to curb the spread of extremist images on the platforms.
A criminal inquiry opens into a fire that killed dozens of people at a warehouse party in California.
A top Brazilian judge orders Senate head Renan Calheiros to stand down over embezzlement charges.
Russia and China veto a draft UN resolution calling for a ceasefire in Syria's embattled city of Aleppo.
The BBC's Seoul correspondent Stephen Evans profiles the controversial leader.
US ex-Vice-President and climate activist Al Gore holds talks with Donald Trump and his daughter.
A father in China is accused of exploiting his daughter’s cancer in order to get donations.
Donald Trump claims the US media is crooked and biased. So where do his supporters get their news?
In June 2015, G7 leaders took a group photo, 17 months later, five of them are out of power or close to it.
An Australian city is not allowed to hold citizenship ceremonies on its alternative national day.