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Air France pilots have called off a strike that has lasted for two weeks and cost the airline hundreds of millions of euros.
Linda Yueh asks if Hong Kong's future as a hub is at risk
California becomes the first US state to require students to have active consent before all sexual activity, as it seeks to tackle rape on campus.
Rescue teams in Japan have resumed their search for survivors of a volcanic eruption on Saturday.
Prada's two chief executives are being investigated by Italian authorities for possible tax evasion, the company said.
Standard Chartered and other lenders have suspended some of their operations in Hong Kong following pro-democracy protests.
Afghanistan's new government takes office on Monday, almost six months after the country's election process began.
The family of a teacher stabbed to death at her Leeds school describe her as a "dedicated wife" and "natural mother", ahead of a public memorial service in the city.
NY star treatment for Indian PM
A Gay Pride march has taken place in the Serbian capital Belgrade for the first time in four years, as Guy Delauney reports.
US hosts the largest amateur competition outside Japan
Thousands of Indian-Americans heard Indian PM Narendra Modi speak on Sunday at Madison Square Garden in New York; he meets President Obama on Monday.
The country with one people, and more than 1,200 sausages
India's first transgender anchor on a daily TV news show
UK manufacturers are overwhelmingly in favour of the country remaining a part of the European Union, a survey suggests.
Nationalists tear down a statue of Lenin in the centre of Ukraine's second-largest city, Kharkiv, in a move supported by officials.
A regional Mexican political leader, Braulio Zaragoza, is shot dead by unidentified gunmen at a hotel restaurant in the popular resort of Acapulco.
President Obama says American intelligence underestimated the growing strength of Islamic State militants occupying large parts of Syria and Iraq.
Defiant Taliban, fragile unity deal - worries for new Afghan leader