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Demonstrators in India's Tamil Nadu state want a ban lifted on centuries-old bull-taming contests.
A technique designed to help parents affected by genetic disorders is used to tackle infertility.
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny says Mr Trump's attitude towards Mr Putin is "strange".
Former national football star Mohamed Aboutrika is accused of funding the banned Muslim Brotherhood.
Western lowland gorilla dies in her sleep at a zoo in the US less than a month after her birthday.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald, who broke the Edward Snowden leaks on secret US surveillance, says Chelsea Manning "did a great deal of public good".
An Italian court sentences the group over the disappearance of Italian nationals in the 70s and 80s.
Australia says the search for MH370 could resume one day, but only with "credible new evidence".
What are the checks on a US president launching a strategic nuclear strike?
In 1991, the world's largest refugee camp opened in Kenya to shelter Somalis fleeing war.
The dark mood inside the iconic Tsukiji fish market ahead of a controversial move to a new location.
As Tokyo's legendary fish market prepares to move, a third-generation tuna seller tells his story.
China has launched a direct rail freight service to London, as part of its drive to develop trade.
Some of the British schoolgirls who met Michelle Obama in 2015 pay tribute to the outgoing US first lady.
Scores are killed when a military jet targets a refugee camp, thinking it was Boko Haram militants.
How Australia's deadliest train crash - 40 years ago on Wednesday - reshaped its response to disasters.
Relatives of passengers aboard flight MH370 give their reactions to a decision to halt the search for the Malaysian airliner that vanished in March 2014.
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen has visited the site of Aleppo's Umayyad Mosque to see what's left after the war in Syria.
Italian conservative wins after his EPP group allies with liberals to counter rising populism.
Aerial video shows a huge ice crack which is forcing British Antarctic Survey staff to leave their base.