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Lights have been going out around the globe for Earth Hour to draw attention to climate change.
After a magistrate tells a transgender woman to "dress like a man", activists fight the law behind it.
Major global landmarks go dark to draw attention to climate change.
A look at how the parents of mass killers cope after the incidents.
Isabelina was just five when she was taken from her family - she didn't see them for another 30 years.
Spare a thought for those who are given troublesome names. In Zambia, Chris Haslam came across some very surprising choices.
A Beijing-backed candidate is the favourite despite firm resistance from pro-democracy campaigners.
Two years on from the start of the Saudi-led offensive, the BBC's Mai Noman returns to her home country.
Collage artist Hayato Takano creates portraits of famous musicians using only sheet music.
About 40 were killed when a police convoy was ambushed in the central province of Kasai.,
Chile and Egypt have also lifted bans imposed over claims that unsafe produce was sold for years.
Bangladesh has seen an escalation of suspected jihadist violence in recent weeks.
People in London, Rome, Berlin and other cities mark 60 years since the Treaty of Rome was signed.
Europeans take to the streets of London, Rome, Warsaw and other cities, as EU marks 60th anniversary.
Having failed to scrap Obamacare, Donald Trump says he will focus on tax reform and "big tax cuts".
"A boy had told my pupil her hair was ugly, and she was sad. I told her she was wonderful."
Thousands march in Minsk on historic anniversary to protest against levy on under-employed.
Italy's justice minister is investigating the Turin judge's decision, which has caused outrage.
One resident says 100 bodies still lie in the rubble as the offensive against IS continues.
Ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn met Turkish officials during the election campaign.