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Government forces retreat as the district headquarters fall to militants after a year-long battle.
An intoxicated man has been rescued after falling on to the underground rail tracks in Somerville, Massachusetts.
An officer is suspended after a film shows him headbutting a Palestinian lorry driver in Jerusalem.
The latest victim appears to be a mother assaulted for four hours in front of her son.
A Russian man faces up to 10 years in jail for spreading a computer virus that cost victims more than $500m (£401m).
The 33 were found guilty of the abduction of five opponents of Gen Augusto Pinochet in 1987.
The head of a controversial nationalist school says he did give money towards it despite his denials.
The dump is used to supply the military in the east and officials say the blasts were sabotage.
The La La Land star was relieved the commotion over the best film mix-up was not "some kind of medical situation".
France, Germany and the US send messages of solidarity after the deadly attack near parliament.
The bombs were detonated during clashes triggered by army raids on jihadist militant strongholds.
A white US Army veteran who killed a black man with a sword had a hatred for black people, police say.
P. Ramlee enjoyed fame across South East Asia, even reaching as far as Hong Kong and Japan.
Apple is under scrutiny following reports it has paid no tax in New Zealand since 2007.
Trump Jr is accused of exploiting the tragedy by taking the London mayor's comments out of context.
The crater made by the asteroid that killed off the dinosaurs reveals clues to the origins of life on Earth.
BBC correspondent Andy Moore reports on the aftermath of the Westminster attack.
The Sewol sank on 16 April 2014 killing 304 people, almost all school children on a trip.
A number of young Russians are making names for themselves by posting videos of life-threatening stunts online.
The new clouds include the rare, wave-like asperitas, after a long campaign by skywatchers.