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India agrees on the rates for its Goods and Services Tax, its biggest reform of the tax system since independence.
Being one of the "worried well" might actually increase heart-disease risk, a study suggests.
As so-called Islamic State militants are driven out of Mosul, Paul Moss reports on the continuing plight of the Yazidis.
Abdullah al-Ibbi lost 27 members of his family in an air strike on his home in northern Yemen, devastating his life in an instant.
Chinese investors are spending billions buying Western games companies - what are the pros and cons?
The French are renowned as enthusiastic hunters, but their enthusiasm is waning fast, reports John Laurenson, as younger generations baulk at causing harm to animals.
Syrian rebels intensify attacks on the government-held part of Aleppo, reportedly killing 12 people.
The last residents of the Calais "Jungle" camp were evacuated to temporary accommodation centres on Thursday.
Authorities in the US state of Iowa charge a man with ambushing and murdering two police officers.
Steven Seagal has become the latest international actor to be granted Russian citizenship.
China's Shenzhen is re-launching an unusual measure to tackle motoring offences.
German prosecutors arrest a Syrian man who they suspect of links to the so-called Islamic State.
A US mother charged with killing her baby son sent his father videos of his body, police say.
Iran are fined by Fifa after fans sing religious chants at a World Cup qualifier played on a holy day in the country.
Swiss prosecutors investigating corruption seize 11 cars from Equatorial Guinea leader's son.
What is behind the months of stand-offs at the Dakota Access pipeline?
The US food regulator is asking Nutella fans how much they eat at once, in a row over serving sizes.
The Islamic State group releases audio purportedly from its leader, urging no retreat from Mosul.
Clive Derby-Lewis, jailed for the 1993 murder of anti-apartheid leader Chris Hani, dies at 80.
More than 200 migrants are believed drowned in two shipwrecks off the Libyan coast, officials say.