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The BBC's Nuala McGovern visits a section of the US-Mexico border fence where separated relatives can see each other face-to-face.
Schoolchildren experience aftermath of Nagasaki atomic bomb through 3D computer model.
Jeremy Vine on the complicated maths that decides the US presidential election results.
British banker Rurik Jutting is found guilty of the sadistic murders of two women in Hong Kong.
An Australian tourism ad slogan barely concealing a profanity sweeps the internet, stirring mixed feelings.
A Filipino sex worker who met former British banker Rurik Jutting just months before he killed two women in Hong Kong says she feels lucky it wasn't her.
The Supreme Court says the body of former leader Ferdinand Marcos can be moved to the Heroes' Cemetery.
Amateur footage captures the moment a huge sinkhole appears in a street in Fukuoka, Japan.
A giant sinkhole in Fukuoka city in southern Japan causes disruption but no serious injuries.
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A tweet about an accidentally stolen "free tea" gives a chance for some cultural understanding in Japan.
Australian police investigate 15 hoax transmissions to planes over Melbourne, including one that forced an aborted landing.
Mr Trump tells supporters in New Hampshire they are "just one day away" from change.
At a campaign event in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton urges people to vote for an America where people "build bridges not walls."