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Kingdom to introduce new rules in bid to address shocking accident rate.
France is carrying out operations against so-called Islamic State in Iraq from the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle, reports say.
Thai health officials confirm two cases of microcephaly, a severe birth defect in babies linked to the Zika virus, the first in South East Asia.
The low-tech solution helping to preserve an ice grotto in Switzerland's Rhone Glacier.
Indian villagers living close to the border with Pakistan are fleeing, one day after India said it launched strikes targeting militants in Kashmir.
The US announces plans to build a military air base in Niger that will be capable of deploying drones, as part of anti-Islamist efforts.
China's recent obsession with glass tourist attractions goes round the U-bend with the opening of see-through treetop toilets.
India's army carries out "surgical strikes" against suspected militants along the de-facto border with Pakistan in Kashmir.
The story behind the suicide of two teenage girls in France opens an intense debate about how teenagers treat each other and how they are looked after at school.
As Barack Obama's time at the White House draws to an end, film-makers are turning their attention to his early life.
As Colombians decide whether to accept a ceasefire with the Farc, a look at the work of photographer Jesus Abad Colorado Lopez.
Grace Livingstone reports on how a row about proposed changes to a number of museums in Argentina highlights divisions about how the years of military rule should be remembered.
Photographer Subrata Biswas documents the fallout of India's dependence on coal to meet its energy requirements.
The Russian government has been giving away free land in the Far East of the country. The scheme has been rolling out - but not without its problems.
To mark 50 years of Botswana's independence, Alexander McCall Smith writes an exclusive short story featuring his lady detectives.
The BBC has learned that at least a 1,000 refugees and migrants each week are trying to reach the EU via the Balkans.
Hillary Clinton says presidential rival Donald Trump appears to have violated US laws, after a report said he broke a trade embargo with Cuba.
Saudi Arabia says it is a matter of "great concern" that 9/11 relatives in the US may be able to sue the kingdom for damages.
Federal officials arrive in New Jersey to begin the investigation into how a commuter train crashed at Hoboken terminal.
Raffaele Sollecito, who spent four years in prison for the murder of British student Meredith Kercher before his conviction was quashed, has told BBC Newsnight that he wants to rebuild his image.