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A BBC investigation has found that the Turkish authorities have detained and deported refugees back to Syria.
India's capital Delhi is ending a trial imposing major restrictions on private cars to curb alarming levels of pollution.
The governor of China's Sichuan province, Wei Hong is suspected of "severe disciplinary violations", according to a senior official.
Australian family chose to stay in a bushfire's path
A new death from Ebola is confirmed in Sierra Leone, hours after the World Health Organization declared the latest West Africa outbreak over.
Juliet Stevenson has paid tribute to actor Alan Rickman, who has died at the age of 69.
Guatemalan former TV comedian Jimmy Morales is inaugurated as the country's new president.
BBC investigates claims that Turkey is returning Syria refugees
How ghosts of its first coup still haunt Nigeria
French Jews urged to wear headwear in defiance
Has Belgium created 'a system of apartheid'?
Lego upset Chinese artist Ai Weiwei when he tried to bulk buy bricks, but it is not the first time the company has been embroiled in controversy.