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Political prisoner Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe released from solitary confinement
President Hollande tells French soldiers in Iraq their work against IS helps prevent terrorism at home.
A leading US Republican fears for the future of her grandchildren with Donald Trump as president.
A gunman who shot dead 39 people at an Istanbul nightclub remains at large, Turkish officials say.
A video games developer digitises BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones to appear in its next blockbuster game.
Colombia has rescued eight child soldiers illegally recruited by the ELN rebel group.
Was turning nitrogen from the air into fertiliser one of the greatest inventions of the 20th Century?
Ahead of the start of the giant CES tech expo, we pick some of the new products that may cause a stir.
In our series of letters from African journalists, Joseph Warungu identifies key people, places and events to watch out for in Africa in 2017.
The BBC's in-house cartoonist Kirtish Bhat picks five news events to give his humorous take on 2016.
May Chow has just been voted Asia's best female chef. She shares her story with the BBC.
A reinvention of the humble steamed bun by Hong Kong's top female chef takes the culinary scene by storm.