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A look at how Russian media are siding with "unpretentious" outsider Donald Trump.
Gowhar Geelani reports on schools in Indian-administered Kashmir that have been set on fire.
Police divers in Bulgaria discover about €13m (£11.7m) in fake banknotes hidden in a reservoir.
Who does Japan support in the US election?
The US state of West Virginia is struggling as the coal industry declines, but most residents blame politicians' apathy for the state's troubles.
The Human Library, where visitors can "borrow" people to hear their stories, came to Singapore.
Superkilen park has rejuvenated Norrebro, a former no-go part of the Danish capital, and brings together people from more than 60 different nationalities.
Venezuela's opposition-led parliament delays the trial of President Nicolas Maduro.
There have been sightings of a strange green light in the sky over eastern Japan.
The BBC's Ian Pannell is with Iraqi counter-terrorism forces who are trying to reclaim Mosul from so-called Islamic State.
The yes campaign has won 93% of the vote in Sunday's referendum on a new Ivory Coast constitution.
BBC team embedded with Iraqi special forces tweet from the front line in the battle for Mosul
Iraqi troops enter the IS-held city of Mosul, facing heavy resistance, embedded BBC journalists say.
A close-up view of the city warfare confronting Iraq's battle-hardened elite forces in Mosul.
One of the world's biggest telescope projects might be forced to move its location.