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The French authorities have already made detailed plans for moving migrants out of the Jungle camp near Calais.
A newborn baby girl left to die on the pavement in Delhi is a stark reminder of attitudes to women in India, the BBC's Geeta Pandey writes.
Clothes made by child refugees in Turkey are ending up among those sold by leading British brands, a Panorama investigation reveals.
The concept of shopping via a daigou is booming in China, with people employing them in Australia to get their hands on goods such as baby milk formula.
China's Communist Party holds a "Dialogue with the World", but can the BBC's Carrie Gracie get anyone to speak?
The Donald Trump campaign admit the Republican lags behind Hillary Clinton with just over two weeks to go before Americans cast their votes.
At least 150 inmates are on the run in Haiti after 170 escaped from a prison in Arcahaie on Saturday, 45km (30 miles) north of the capital Port-au-Prince.
Commanders say that large advances have been made against the Islamic State group in northern Iraq, but there have been losses.
Two developments in Canada, one still under development, have been hurt by Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Kurdish forces attack IS positions north-east of Mosul to retake the town of Bashiqa while Turkish forces launch initial attacks on IS in Iraq.
Polish protesters have launched fresh demonstrations against new efforts to further tighten abortion laws.
US Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton says she no longer cares what her Republican rival Donald Trump might say and will focus on issues instead.
The opposition Socialists in Spain effectively vote to allow the conservatives to rule as a minority government, avoiding the need for a new election.
The chief whip of South Africa's governing political party is urging its leadership - including President Jacob Zuma - to quit over abuses of power.
French officials are making final preparations before they demolish the migrant camp in Calais known as the "Jungle".
One person has been killed and three injured after multiple blasts in a park area of the Japanese city of Utsunomiya, officials say.
US telecoms giant AT&T announces that it will buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly $86bn (£70bn), but the deal still needs regulators' approval.
Crowds celebrate in Chicago after the Cubs beat the Los Angeles Dodgers to reach the baseball World Series for the first time since 1945.
US comedian and Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones takes aim at the hackers who published nude photos of her and private details online.
The world's top DJs are in Amsterdam for one of the biggest electronic dance music festivals.