BBC News - World
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China's anti-corruption watchdog admits corruption within its ranks and tightens rules.
High in the Himalayas, young novice monks take their lessons in the 15th-Century Thiksey monastery.
As a young child, Sungju Lee dreamed of becoming an officer in the North Korean army. But by the time he was a teenager, he was fighting for survival in a street gang.
Paralympic hopeful Pani has never had a girlfriend and faces his fear of dating by appearing on The Undateables.
Iran's Supreme Leader lauds "companion" ex-President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, who has died aged 82.
A fare-dodging passenger - a snake - leads to a flight from Oman to Dubai being cancelled.
Chinese media warns the US to respect the one-China policy, as Taiwan's leader stops in Houston.
East Timor axes a maritime border treaty with Australia to renegotiate access to lucrative oil reserves.
India YouTuber Sumit Verma faces backlash after randomly kissing women in public areas for a video.
Israel's prime minister says the man who killed four soldiers in Jerusalem probably supported IS.
Meryl Streep strongly criticises Donald Trump as she receives a Golden Globes lifetime award.
McDonald's agrees to sell 80% of its China and Hong Kong business, as it focuses more on franchises.
Hollywood musical La La Land wins a record seven film prizes at the Golden Globe Awards.
A man in Queensland tries to set a world record by playing lawn bowls continuously for three days.
Eytan Rund, an Israeli guide who survived the Jerusalem lorry attack, recounts his ordeal.
Senior Samsung execs are questioned over the corruption scandal around the country's impeached president.