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After Colombia legally recognises a union between three men, will polyamorous marriages follow?
Three men from Colombia speak to BBC World Service about life as a polyamorous throuple, after having their romantic union officially recognised.
Muslim Uighurs detained by Egyptian police fear harsh treatment if they are deported to China.
A half-mile stretch of rail track in Philadelphia has become a refuge for hundreds of addicts, but the city is about to descend.
The bag was used by astronaut Neil Armstrong to collect the first ever samples of the Moon in 1969.
As President Trump finishes his first half-year in office, we look at which campaign promises he's fulfilled.
His decrees aim to maintain "the highest readiness levels to keep up with the latest developments".
An emotional OJ Simpson cannot contain his relief as he is granted parole after nine years in prison.
A 10-year-old boy's stumble unearthed a prehistoric skull, which he then got the chance to help excavate.
Former sports star and actor OJ Simpson is granted parole after serving almost nine years in prison for armed robbery.
Police say the star, who was close to Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell, hanged himself.
Former US football star OJ Simpson asks to be released from a Nevada prison after nine years.
Utility workers called 911 as the homeowner methodically fired at all the tyres on their vehicles.
US President Donald Trump gave a wide-ranging interview which threw up some surprising nuggets.
Emmanuel Igunza reports from the ancient city of Harar in Ethiopia, where it appears man and hyena have evolved a mutually beneficial - if unlikely arrangement.
Critics say the bill is a threat to the rule of law, giving control of the judiciary to politicians.
The oil giant must pay $2m for engaging with Russia despite US sanctions on that country over Crimea.
Xanda, the six-year-old son of Cecil the lion, is said to have been shot by trophy hunters.
Wade Seago tells the BBC he had no choice but to kill the beast which was terrifying his daughter.
Jeff Sessions says he will continue to serve President Trump despite a stinging rebuke.