BBC News - World
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Footage emerges of the foreign secretary saying Saudi Arabia and Iran are "puppeteering" in the Middle East.
Rescuers search for survivors in Indonesia's Aceh province a day after a deadly earthquake.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says a victory in Aleppo would be a "huge step" towards ending the war.
A dramatic drop in the giraffe population over the past 30 years leaves them vulnerable to extinction.
In our series of letters from African journalists, Mannir Dan Ali considers why the Nigerian president is finding it hard to please anyone.
Glencore and Qatar buy a 20% stake in Rosneft, Russia's biggest oil company, despite US and EU sanctions.
Malta has become one of the most progressive countries on gay issues but bans abortion outright - why?
Islamic leaders in Australia back a campaign to produce a "halal cartoon" alternative to Peppa Pig.
The first US Somali lawmaker says she was subjected to "hateful" anti-Muslim threats from a taxi driver.
Women are more successful with online campaigns than men, according to petitions website Change.org. Why?
Gcina Mhlope is a traditional storyteller who narrates her tales in four South African languages.
Former porn star turned Bollywood movie actor Sunny Leone tells Yogita Limaye that she's ok with her 'sexy' image and 'objectification' isn't a bad word.
J Jayalalitha's sudden death has left a political vacuum in Tamil Nadu's politics.
France's leading financial regulator tells the BBC that banks are in advanced stages of planning to shift some operations from London to Paris.
Why Pakistan's Nobel Prize winning scientist Abdus Salam has been officially ignored for 30 years.
A Canadian teen is charged with planning to attack a school on the anniversary of a Montreal massacre.