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Could technology create a world in which economic inequality becomes biological inequality?
Most Nigerians are not fleeing conflict but are economic migrants in search of jobs and opportunities.
What are the political priorities in Berlin, Paris, Rome, Madrid and Warsaw?
The Russian leader urges the parties involved to "refrain from using belligerent rhetoric".
Dr David Dao will be paid an undisclosed sum after being violently dragged off a United flight.
Fights broke out after an ethnic Albanian was elected as parliamentary speaker.
With questions over whether the Blue Whale challenge exists, and no confirmed link to reported deaths, how concerned should you be?
Riot police clash with protesters in a western city as tension rises in the presidential race.
BBC defence and diplomatic correspondent Jonathan Marcus answers your questions on US-North Korea tensions.
The intercept came hours after Israel reportedly launched a missile at a military site near Damascus.
Alexei Navalny, who has been agitating against the government, tweeted that it "hurt like hell".
An English couple have married at a Spam museum in Minnesota.
French prosecutors are investigating the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups and have questioned former Fifa president Sepp Blatter.
This will be the fourth time that veteran politician Raila Odinga runs for president.
The Mexican woman was told she was over the bank's age limit until the press intervened.
Jesse Watters was criticised for a remark about the first daughter but he denies it was lewd.
A tip-off led to the discovery of 11 undocumented prisoners in a room hidden behind a bookcase.
An arrest warrant's out for a man who dropped a bag of drugs during a court appearance in Ohio.
Mina Guli is attempting to complete a gruelling 1,600km (1000 miles) feat across six continents.
Congress is set to vote on a short-term spending bill to avert a government shutdown for one week.